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3. Superhero | S2: New Folsom

Critics Say Prop. 47 Has Fueled a Spike In Property Crime. The Data Do Not Show That

A man wearing a dark suit and a woman wearing a white wedding dress stand next to each other on the steps of a dais inside a cathedral. They are facing with their backs towards the camera, the man on the left and the woman on the right. The cathedral is ornately decorated with gold crosses, latin words embossed in gold stretching across a wooden beam and archway above the couple. An officiant stands before them, a man with gray hair and goatee and glasses. The wooden pews are filled with people.

2. Running the Race | S2: New Folsom

An Oakland police officer puts yellow crime tape around a sidewalk.

Newsom to Send State Prosecutors to Oakland to Help Crack Down on Rising Crime

A car with black and white paint that reads "Highway Patrol" in gold letters is parked on the highway.

Newsom to Deploy 120 CHP Officers to Fight Crime Surge in Oakland

A young man looks at the camera, wearing an official Department of Corrections beanie and a patterned jacket over his uniform. He sits in a nondescript office in front of a bulletin board and a printer.

1. Welcome to the Family | S2: New Folsom

FCI Dublin Women's Prison in Dublin on Aug. 16, 2023.

Fate of Infamous Dublin Women's Prison Now in Hands of Federal Judge

A collage of nine photos made over the course of 2023.

2023 in Photos: Moments That Shaped the Bay Area and Beyond

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California AG Bonta Declines to Charge Vallejo Officer Who Shot, Killed Sean Monterrosa

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San Mateo County Supes Unanimously Approve Civilian Oversight of Sheriff's Office

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