Woman Suing BLM Sacramento For Posting Fake, Racist Emails Claiming She WroteThe Sacramento chapter of Black Lives Matter is being sued by a Texas woman after, she says, the group’s founder accused her of racist and threatening emails she never sent.
Activists Hope Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict Will Be Catalyst For ChangeFor activists fighting for racial justice, the guilty verdicts in the Derek Chauvin trial mark a small victory in the battle for police reform.
'It's A Monumental Day': Sacramento Activists React To Chauvin VerdictAfter three guilty verdicts were delivered by a Minnesota jury this afternoon, locals activists in Sacramento hit the streets to applaud the verdict.
North Highlands Dad Angry His Daughter Is Being Taught About Black Lives MatterA North Highlands dad wants his daughter to be able to opt-out of the "Black Lives Matter" lesson in her ethnic studies class, saying it doesn't align with his family's beliefs.
Sacramento Officer-Involved Shooting Prompts Calls For Transparency From Community And PoliceLaw enforcement has been under a microscope recently, but so have demonstrators calling for change.
Defund The Police? City Council Member, Black Lives Matter Activist Discuss What That Means To ThemAmong a national call to defund the police, a newly elected Sacramento council member is proposing cutting $10 million from the police department's new budget.
Police Investigating Officer Seen Punching 14-Year-Old Boy On Viral VideoThe Rancho Cordova Police Chief is speaking out after a viral video shows an officer attacking a child on the ground.
Group Calls Photo Of Murdered Officer Waving Thin Blue Line Flag Insensitive And RacistThe picture which has been shared across the country, shows Officer Corona waving a Thin Blue Line Flag to honor fallen law enforcement, but some groups say the flag is insensitive to people of color, even racist.
Sheriff Scott Jones Defends Blocking Inspector General, Black Lives Matter Activists Protest MeetingSacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones went before the board of supervisors Tuesday to defend his authority in blocking the county’s inspector general from investigating crimes, including officer-involved shootings.