Sacramento City Council
All events at the venue, including basketball games, have a 5 percent surcharge included by the new owners of the Sacramento Kings.
City leaders must come up with its housing element guidelines by early 2014, and one idea is being strongly considered: New housing developments would no longer be required to include affordable housing if developers pay a fee.
Sacramento city officials and equity investors hoping to purchase the Sacramento Kings came to an agreement on Saturday on how they would finance a downtown arena. The agreement was documented in a non-binding term sheet. […]
Ryan Lillis of the Sacramento Bee joined Jason to discuss any breaking news regarding the sale of the Kings and Sacramento’s fight to keep them. Lillis discussed the upcoming City Council vote to start negotiations […]
What will nearly $700,000 get you in east Sacramento? A five-bedroom, three-bathroom house – or a brand new playground.
The Sacramento City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to put a half-cent sales tax increase on the November ballot.
The Sacramento City Council voted to approve the 2012-13 budget on Tuesday night after much of the $15.7 million deficit was erased by employee pension concessions, but one group is still holding out.
In February, John Bigwood came face-to-face with an armed gunman after a confrontation between two men led to a shooting at the SMUD building.
The first setback in the downtown arena deal has surfaced this week, with the Sacramento Kings owners saying they shouldn’t have to pay more the $3 million in predevelopment costs.
A Sacramento City Council member’s son was arrested early Saturday morning on drug charges and reportedly scuffled with police.
NBA Commissioner David Stern calls The Grant Napear Show to talk about the latest news after the Sacramento City Council vote to build a new sports and entertainment complex in Sacramento passed. Stern talks about […]
Senator Darrell Steinberg joins the show to share his view on possibly the most important night in Sacramento history. When asked if he ever thought that this day would ever come, Senator Steinberg said, “I […]