Sleep Train Arena
By: Morgan Ragan The Kings celebrated Bollywood Night and handed the Lakers their 50th loss on Wednesday night, 107-102. Rookie Ray McCallum stepped up for the Kings scoring a career-high 27 points and added five […]
Community and business leaders came together from around the region inside the Sleep Train Arena to brainstorm message platforms for how the region can universally define and sell itself.
Laughter is the best medicine, and Sacramento has enough comedy clubs and venues to keep you healthy forever. The capital city draws gifted comedians from across the country and beyond, so go ahead and take your medicine.
Share these fun experiences with the kids for guaranteed smiles and memories that last long after the candy message hearts and chocolates are gone.
The Kings won back-to-back home games for the first time this season with a 103-83 win over the Orlando Magic on Friday night at Sleep Train Arena. “Tonight we had the right mindset. We’re not […]
With tonight being the last game at Candlestick Park for the San Francisco 49ers The Grant Napear Show dedicated a lot of the show to the game and the memories of Candlestick Park. Grant opened […]
The environmental-impact report projects an additional 1,100 cars heading south during rush hour on a stretch of freeway already known for gridlock.
By: Morgan Ragan The Kings fell to the Clippers for the third time this season in a 104-98 overtime loss on Friday night at Sleep Train Arena. “We don’t play them again until the last […]
They were hit by at around 10:15 p.m. by a Ford Mustang at around, whose driver was not arrested.
By: Morgan Ragan The Kings are 2-7 after falling to the Memphis Grizzlies Sunday afternoon at Sleep Train Arena. “It was one of those games we couldn’t hit any shots. We took good shots. We […]
By: Morgan Ragan The Kings fell to 2-6 record after losing to the Pistons 97-90 Friday night. “Its deceiving. 97 points, 44 percent from the field. I thought their numbers were a lot higher,” Michael […]
By: Morgan Ragan Changes will be coming to the Kings lineup—at least that’s the message from first year head coach Michael Malone following the Kings fifth straight loss on Saturday night. After losing to Portland […]