Sacramento Will Keep Overnight Shelters Open Year-RoundThe city council unanimously voted to keep the shelters open, despite the weather.
Sacramento Institutes Curfew Monday Night After Another Night Of LootingAfter another vandalism spree amid protests over the death of George Floyd, the City of Sacramento says they will be instituting a curfew Monday night.
Pop-Up Women And Children Shelter Proposed For Meadowview NeighborhoodThe newest plan to help ease the homeless crisis in Sacramento may bring a 100-bed pop-up shelter to the Meadowview neighborhood.
2019 Point In Time Count Finds Number Of Homeless Grew By 19% In SacramentoA new count is showing that the number of homeless in California has continued to grow.
'Declare Victory And Move On': Mayor Steinberg Asks Teachers Not To StrikeMayor Darrell Steinberg is weighing in as another teachers strike looms in Sacramento.
Billionaire Ron Burkle Boosts MLS Bid With Sacramento FC BuyoutJust when you may have thought the chances were sunk, a whale has come to the surface to keep the hope of Major League Soccer in the Capital City afloat.
Stevante Clark, Brother Of Stephon Clark, Meets With Mayor SteinbergIn a Facebook post, Stevante Clark said he and the mayor spoke at city hall and discussed opening more community youth centers.
City, Black Leaders Partner To Employ More Black YouthInvesting in Sacramento’s Black youth: It’s a priority local Black leaders, and city officials are working hard to push since the shooting of Stephon Clark.
Mayor Darrell Steinberg Endorses Gavin Newsom's Campaign For GovernorMayor Darrell Steinberg said he's supporting Gavin Newsom's bid for governor.
Sacramento City Leaders Postpone Vote On Controversial Homeless PlanSacramento city leaders decided to postpone their vote on a controversial plan to create a tent city for the homeless. The proposed complex would be built at Carl Johnston Community Park in Del Paso Heights.