An alleged serial bicycle thief just won’t learn his lesson, police say.
A judge has ruled in favor of the City of Sacramento in a lawsuit that alleged the mayor and staff defrauded the public in the new arena deal.
A 3,000-foot sewer line replacement project started a year ago at the doorstep of the Golden 1 Center. It’s caused odors, but it’s recently gotten worse.
The next stop on a long-awaited streetcar line in Downtown Sacramento is at the ballot box Tuesday.
Sometime late on Tuesday, someone broke into Preservation And Co., a specialty food store in Downtown Sacramento. They cleaned out the register, grabbed laptops, cash, cameras and T-shirts and even jars of pickles.
A city leader told CBS13 that steps are underway that could lead the city to demolish the hotel after safety concerns from the fire. The owners need to file an engineering report proving the structural safety—something the city says hasn’t happened.
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It’s a classic venue now counting on classic films for a comeback.
The price tag would be $8 million, which is far above Sacramento International Airport’s price tag for its Red Rabbit piece, which cost less than $1 million.
As part of the city’s agreement with the Kings, the old arena cannot be used for another sports or entertainment venue. Project manager Desmond Parrington says either way, Sleep Train Arena will either have to be rezoned or torn down.
An old photo of the Hotel Marshall from long before it became rundown shows it was the place to be for music and dancing. Tony and Anne were there. It was a place called the Clayton Club then, and Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong headlined it.
“Downtown has got to be more than just a place people work,” Ault said. “Monday through Friday downtown’s got close to 100,000 employees, but that activity has got spill off on evenings and weekends.”