Johnson stands by what he said at the community forum when he was quoted as saying the Ferguson decision was a “sad day for America,” and injustice that “just doesn’t feel right.”
Sacramento State professor Kevin Wehr says social media definitely contributed to the enormity of the response, and he says social media has become a trend on recent hot-button issues that can help to mobilize people and ideas.
The Sacramento Kings home opener, who better to have on the big show……Mayor Kevin Johnson and Team President Chris Granger.
With the clock ticking, in a tower that touches the sky, Major League Soccer’s commish proved camera shy.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and Republic FC officials are New York City where they met with Major League Soccer executives, hoping to convince them Sacramento is ready for a league expansion team.
Monday is here and it is full of sports news and happenings. The NFL was full of craziness. The Oakland Raiders traveled to London to get thumped by the Miami Dolphins. The San Francisco 49ers […]
On a day he’s hosting mayors from across the country in Sacramento to discuss the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo., Mayor Kevin Johnson also opened up about his experiences with racial profiling.
Camp was put on paid leave by his Sacramento Central Labor Council Board. President Lino Pedres denies the move had anything to do with politics or Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson’s strong-mayor campaign.
The Rally was held at City Hall Courtyard on May 20th with overflow/council meeting viewing at KBAR. Kings owners announced a series of events on May 20th to gather members of the public to show their support and participate in the City Council’s final vote on the downtown Entertainment & Sports Center.
He saved the Sacramento Kings, he was elected to be the nation’s top mayor and was instrumental in calling for action against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
Keith and Dave cover the Donald Sterling fallout and chat with golf analyst Nick Faldo.
The Los Angeles Clippers chose not to speak publicly about owner Donald Sterling. Instead, they made a silent protest.