Storybook Ending? Old 'News and Review' Building To Reopen As Sacramento LibraryThe building has 18,000 square feet of space. Much of it will be renovated to meet the needs of a modern library and community center.
'It's About Community': An Affordable Housing Development Comes to SacramentoA groundbreaking held Tuesday morning for affordable housing on 44th Street won’t be confined to just a few homes.
Getting Answers: What Types Of Changes Could Sutter's Fort See?Major changes could soon be on the way for one of Sacramento's most historical sites: Sutter's Fort. There are plans to change what's taught at the state historical park.
Man, 19, Linked To Stockton Boulevard Robberies That Targeted WomenA man was arrested in connection to four separate Sacramento robberies that happened within a span of two days and targeted women over 50 last September, police said Friday.
Sacramento Zoo's Proposed Elk Grove Relocation Deemed Economically FeasibleThe Sacramento Zoo is one step closer to getting a new location. A six-month study is now complete and shows building a brand new zoo in Elk Grove is economically feasible.
What Is Causing Stench Across Sacramento's South Land Park Neighborhood?People living nearby a wastewater plant off 35th Avenue occasionally get a hint of a foul odor, but for weeks, this latest scent has become unimaginable.
Thieves Steal Material Worth Thousands From Habitat For Humanity Construction Site In SacramentoHabitat For Humanity is building a 13-home subdivision for single moms and low-income families, and this latest theft isn't the first time the job site has been targeted.  
Sac State Mask Mandate To End After March 18Citing a rapid decline in COVID-19 cases across the area, Sacramento State President Robert S. Neslen announced Thursday that the campus mask mandate will end after March 18.
Sacramento Mayor Calls For Law Enforcement Crackdown On Major Crimes In Homeless EncampmentsSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg wants to crack down on major crimes coming out of homeless encampments, telling city council members this week that he's "tired of taking the heat."
Folsom Takes Another Look At Home Gun Sale RegulationsThe city’s current zoning and home occupation ordinance, which has been in place for 25 years, allows for home sales of firearms — that's a shock to some residents.
Phillip Lee Wilson Convicted In 1980 Rape, Murder Of Robin Brooks In Rosemont AreaA Sacramento jury on Wednesday found Phillip Lee Wilson guilty in the 1980 rape and stabbing death of Robin Brooks in her Rosemont apartment.
Sacramento City Unified To Keep Mask Requirement In Place Until At Least After Spring BreakSacramento City Unified schools will be keeping their mask mandate in place at least until after spring break.
Thief Targets Gas Tanks In Sacramento As Prices Continue To RiseSacramento County probation officers have found themselves the victim of an overnight crime — a thief has targeted gas tanks in the face of rising prices.
Offensive Graffiti At Rancho Cordova School Leads To Two 14-Year-Olds Being Cited For Felony VandalismTwo 14-year-old high school students are facing felony vandalism charges for allegedly spraying offensive graffiti at a Rancho Cordova elementary school.
Sacramento County Considers New Rules On Filming In Vulnerable Spaces, Including JailsOn Tuesday, county leaders will consider passing a new law that would give them final-cut over any new series that are shot inside the Sacramento County Main Jail or on reality show ride alongs.