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In order to curb water use amid the statewide drought, the city of Sacramento’s Utilities Department is cracking down on water rule violators. Last week, it handed out 350 first notices of violation. A second notice of violation was handed out as well.
Sacramento has a number of wonderful opportunities for animal lovers to volunteer and enjoy. Some have prerequisites, while others are simple items you can do when you have 15 minutes to spare. Read on to see where you fit into the animal lover’s volunteer opportunities.
Residents in more than 1,000 homes that border Morrison Creek in South Sacramento have had to pay flood insurance for the last 20 years or so, but now they are getting a financial reprieve.
Our community has many needs and just as many ways that you and your family can help.
Sacramento’s higher education graduates in some fields do better than others. Find out who’s earning the most.
After years of layoffs and budget cuts, the city of Sacramento announced on Tuesday that it is hiring new police officers.
A second person in the mayor’s office who was under investigation for use of a city-issued credit card won’t face any criminal charges, according to the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office.
A former aide to Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson was arrested Tuesday and charged embezzling money from city funds.
The late Joe Serna was Mr. Sacramento. The former mayor and civil rights leader has a city center and a school named after him. But Tuesday, not far from where Serna made his legacy, his daughter sat in jail.
An audit shows movie, alcohol and hotel room upgrades paid by city of Sacramento employees with taxpayer dollars as more city credit card transactions are being exposed by the city’s auditor.
A senior citizen is asking the city of Sacramento how she could have used nearly 55,000 gallons of water in one month. To put it in perspective, the EPA says the average American family of four uses about 12,000 gallons of water a month.
Records obtained by CBS13 show how Sacramento city employees have used taxpayers money for everything from rooms at posh hotels to Starbucks coffee and pizza.