Sacramento Businesses Say They Complained So Much About Nearby Homeless Camp That City Agreed To Offer Weekly Trash PickupA group of businesses in the Arden area are calling on the City of Sacramento to do more in protecting and patrolling the homeless encampments outside.
Sacramento Hires Inspector General To Independently Review Police Use Of Force CasesThe City of Sacramento has announced the hiring of its first Inspector General who will independently review police use of force cases.
Goslings Getting Trapped And Dying Inside Pylons Near The Tower Bridge Wildlife rescuers are concerned about geese laying eggs inside the pylons that help support the bridge. When those babies hatch, they don’t survive. And now, there’s a push for a solution.
Proposed California Law That Would Stiffen Penalties For Drug Dealers Stalls In CommitteeA bill aimed at cracking down on deadly fentanyl overdoses hit a major roadblock Tuesday, leaving a lot of parents furious. 
Sacramento Driver Identified In Fatal Nevada Highway CrashOfficials say Scherrie Peterson, 59, of Sacramento, and passenger Lopez A. Lopez Preciado, 56, of Truckee, died in the crash.
'A Slow-Moving Tragedy': Firefighters Warn About Potential Record Number Of Homeless Along American RiverWhat used to be home to wildlife along the American River in Sacramento is now home to a growing number of homeless people setting up camp.
Judge Issues Ruling On Restaurant War Over ‘Mimosa House’ TrademarkThe "Mimosa House" and "Friends with Benedicts Mimosa House" have been in a legal battle for years.
Pressure Behind The Wheel: Sacramento Mover Drove Historic Victorian Mansion Through San FranciscoCameron Scott is in the spotlight after driving the truck that carried an entire 139-year-old Victorian mansion seven blocks. 
Sacramento African-American Teens Forced Off Flight In Mask DisputeOutrage onboard an Allegiant Airlines flight. Four African-American teenage boys were forced off their plane by flight attendants before takeoff over claims they were not wearing masks.
Amanda Gorman Makes Super Bowl History, Comes From Family Of Trailblazers Rooted In SacramentoBravery certainly runs in Amanda Gorman's family - now rooted in Sacramento where her great aunt Flossie Crump was the first female patrol officer for the Sacramento Police Department.
Storm Hits Businesses Already Struggling To Weather Pandemic The winter storm could not have come at a worse time for local businesses already struggling to stay afloat given the pandemic.
Group Promotes Sacramento Region, Businesses Featured In Video Struggle To Stay OpenA video hoping to boost the economy now showing just how fragile the environment is for businesses already here.
Sacramento Mayor Proposes Homeless Crisis ‘Master Plan’Steinberg says the key will be taking away the power of NIMBY activists.
Sacramento YMCA Becomes Latest Coronavirus CasualtyThe "Y" announced to members and staff it will be closing through at least the end of the year because of money trouble and state COVID restrictions.
Here's How Mayor Steinberg's 'Strong Mayor Initiative' Is LookingHere are the latest results of Measure A, "Strong Mayor Initiative."