City Council Unveils New Proposals To Combat HomelessnessThe city council is considering a host of proposals on how to tackle the city's growing homeless crisis.
Sacramento Republic FC Confirms 'Major Soccer Announcement' Coming MondayA Major League Soccer expansion team is finally coming to Sacramento, and the league is expected to make the official announcement on Monday.
Sacramento Mayor Aims To Make Shelters A Right For Every Homeless Person In California Mayor Darrell Steinberg wants to make it a right for every homeless person in the state to have shelter.
Councilmembers Accuse Mayor Of Withholding Money From Districts As Political PaybackThe councilmembers allege the mayor’s position is political payback for their opposition to his bonding plan. He says that’s not true.
New Electric Car Share Service Coming To Downtown SacramentoYou can download an app and find an electric vehicle to rent by the minute or hour.
City Proposes Housing Homeless In Large Tents At Light Rail StationSacramento city leaders are looking at new ways to create housing for the homeless, and it could include setting up large tents at a local light rail station.
Sacramento Mayor Proposes $350,000 Budget For 10 Teen Hubs And Free Weekly EventsSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg announced Monday a new budget request to create "Teen Tech Hubs" and "Teen Hubs" to hold weekly events at 10 locations.
Sacramento Mayor Recommends People Leave Work Early Because Of StormAs a major storm rolls through the central valley there are many concerns about dangerous road conditions, flooding, and falling trees.
Sacramento Homeless Triage Shelter To Stay Open Until Mid-JulyA north Sacramento homeless shelter will remain open for another six to twelve months, according to Mayor Darrell Steinberg.
Sacramento Adopting Electronic License Plate Technology For City VehiclesWe'll be seeing a lot more of the newly released electronic license plates on the road. The city of Sacramento will be installing the new devices on city vehicles.
Sacramento Settles Police Beating Lawsuit, Will Pay Man $550KSacramento has agreed to reform its policing practices and pay a black man $550,000 after a police officer threw him to the ground and repeatedly punched his face.
Steinberg Pledges To Review City's Use-Of-Force Policies In Wake Of Officer-Involved ShootingsBlack Lives Matters protestors stormed city hall by the hundreds on Thursday.
Mayor Steinberg Writes 'Excused Absence' Letter For March MadnessSacramento residents who want to enjoy all the basketball fun today are getting a break in the form of a tongue-in-cheek "excused absence note" from the mayor.
Homeless Voucher Program Gaining Ground In SacramentoA new plan to put roofs over the head of hundreds of homeless people in Sacramento is taking another step forward.