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How do I get online newspapers?

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You can access specific newspapers such as the Sacramento Bee by going to the Databases page and clicking on the letter S in the alphabetic listing.

Or, you can search one of our newspaper databases such as ProQuest Newsstand - which includes full text of the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Wall Street Journal, and other major US and international newspapers - by clicking on Newspapers category in the subject listing.

You can search 98 California newspapers (including the Sacramento Bee) using the California Newspapers database under the letter C.

Additional regional and international newspaper can be searched in Westlaw.

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