105-Year-Old I Street Bridge Will Eventually Be Closed To VehiclesIt's been there for more than 100 years. Tonight there could be changes for Sacramento's I Street Bridge.
Golden 1 Address To Honor Former NBA CommissionerThe Sacramento Kings have announced that they plan on filing with the City of Sacramento to create a new address for the new Golden 1 Center.
Regional Transit Reshaping Operations, Image For Golden 1 Center OpeningThe countdown is on to October 4, the first major event at the Golden 1 Center in Downtown Sacramento. Regional Transit is working to reshape their image and prepare for the more than 200 events that'll be taking place at the arena in the next year.
What Are Sacramento's Chances Of Hosting Next Year's NBA All-Star Game?The NBA commissioner’s decision to move the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte could give Sacramento a shot at hosting the event.
High-Rise Boom In Midtown Sacramento?There’s a new fight in Midtown Sacramento over a building slated to be the tallest in midtown.
Concerts In The Park Grows In Popularity Sacramento’s Concerts in the Park series has grown bigger and bigger each week. Attendance at Caesar Chavez Park has averaged just under 5,000 each week and locals keep coming back for more.
Hundreds Of Positions Up For Grabs At Golden 1 Center Job FairThe Sacramento Kings and their partners are hiring.
Workers, Businesses Poised For Golden 1 Center PayoffYou can hear, see, and feel the buzz about the Golden One Center. On the streets and in nearby businesses, the arena dominates conversation.
Sacramento Homeless Bathroom Pilot Program Gets Pushback From Downtown GroupThe trailer wrapped with the Sacramento city logo is a test. It’s a place for the homeless to relieve themselves and clean up in privacy.
California Nears $2 Billion Plan To House Its HomelessThe growing problem of homelessness can be seen in every corner of California, from small towns that ring the state's redwood forests to the sands separating the Pacific Ocean from the most prosperous beachfront communities.
Sacramento City Council To Vote On Surge Pricing For Parking Around New ArenaThursday, Sacramento's city council will vote on a plan to raise parking rates around the new Kings arena, but only during big events.
Oregon Oil Train Derailment Revives Fears Of Benicia Plan Through SacramentoAlessia and Angel Malchor plan to raise their baby girl in a Davis graduate apartment complex. They live just 100 yards from the tracks.
Sacramento Preparing For Golden 1 Center Parking SurgeGearing up for the grand opening of Golden 1 Center, the Kings’ new downtown home court has evolved from a vision to an actual view.
Golden 1 Center Opening Raises Concerns Where Parking Will Come FromThey won’t all be parking at the arena, as the Sacramento Kings and arena officials are counting on street parking and structures.
Investors Excited Sacramento Could Be Home To MLS TeamConstruction of a new downtown soccer stadium could start in a couple of months, and real-estate experts are already predicting increased interest after Thursday’s announcement.