Sam Stanton

Reporter, Sacramento Bee

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Reporter for the Sacramento Bee

Sam Stanton on KCRW

Police in Sacramento today say they’ve caught the man known as the Golden State Killer, East Area Rapist, and Original Night Stalker.

Sacramento authorities arrest Golden State Killer

Police in Sacramento today say they’ve caught the man known as the Golden State Killer, East Area Rapist, and Original Night Stalker.

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There are 680 condemned inmates on San Quentin’s Death Row, but legal challenges have prevented any executions for three years.

California Debates New Regulations on Lethal Injections

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