Honoring A Forgotten History: Sacramento African-American History Museum ProposedSacramento councilmember Allen Warren is calling for the city to help create the city’s first African-American museum.
Darrell Steinberg In Discussions To Launch Another ‘Strong Mayor’ CampaignThe mayor is holding discussions with labor groups this week to mount a 'strong mayor' campaign that could go before voters on the November ballot.
City Of Sacramento Using Smart Phones For Virtual Building InspectionsBig cranes across the Sacramento skyline are proof that construction hasn’t stopped during the coronavirus.
Sacramento John Sutter Statue Taken Down Over Claims It Represents OppressionNative American groups had called for its removal in the name of social justice and change.
Sacramento's 4 Top Spots For Low-priced CupcakesLooking to sample the best cupcakes around town?
Looters Leisurely Browse Vandalized Sacramento Bridal SalonSurveillance video inside a downtown Sacramento bridal salon shows it being ransacked.
Curfew Violators Describe Arrests, Bookings By Sacramento PoliceAs Sacramento begins a second night under curfew, police announced they made 48 arrests for violating the curfew order Monday — the first night it was issued.
Sacramento County Allows Restaurants To Reopen for Dine-in Customers Starting FridaySome restaurants may open slower, while others plan to begin seating customers right away.
'I Just Can't Believe It': Family Speaks To CBS13 After Children Found Inside Wooden Box On Pickup TruckThe children, ranging in age from one to thirteen, were discovered unrestrained inside the box.
'Dear Stranger' Letter Exchange Delivering Messages Of Hope In SacramentoDear Stranger, Sacramento is a project connecting people together during the coronavirus pandemic by delivering messages of hope and sharing stories through letters.
Visit Sacramento Cuts Staff As Tourism Remains At A StandstillFifteen employees were let go. More have been furloughed.