Crocker Art Museum, Closed Since March, Reopening On Friday With New Thiebaud ExhibitionA major Downtown Sacramento attraction is set to reopen this week.
SMUD Power Outage Leaves Thousands Without Power In Downtown Sacramento Monday AfternoonAn unexpected power outage left more than 5,200 SMUD customers without power Monday afternoon. 
Officials Blame Sacramento Antifa For Vandalism After Jacob Blake Protest, Call In National GuardAuthorities are vowing to stop and prosecute the people behind the unrest that took place in Downtown Sacramento on Thursday night after demonstrations over the police shooting of Wisconsin man Jacob Blake. 
Suspect Arrested In Deadly Downtown Sacramento Hit-And-RunDetectives have arrested the driver suspected in a hit-and-run that left a pedestrian dead in Downtown Sacramento last week.
Pizza Rock Closed: A Slice Of Struggling K Street During Coronavirus PandemicThe owner told CBS13 the restaurant is temporarily closing until the coronavirus is over because the restaurant is losing too much money.
After Losses From Looting Memorial Day Weekend, Kicx Unlimited May File For BankruptcyA businessman who deals in sneakers wants his money back after a consignment of shoes were stolen during looting at the end of May. 
Mayor Steinberg Urges Sacramentans To Help Clean Up After Looters Damage Dozens Of BusinessesCrews are out cleaning up after demonstrations over the death of George Floyd took a turn Sunday night and led to dozens of downtown Sacramento businesses being damaged.
Peaceful Demonstrator Returns To Find Her Car Vandalized Amid Chaos After George Floyd Protests In SacramentoIn a night of vandalism amid demonstrations over the death of George Floyd, even peaceful protesters have found their car windows smashed.
Several Downtown Sacramento Stores Looted, 18 Arrested In Chaos After George Floyd Protests Saturday NightSeveral downtown Sacramento stores were hit by looters and more than a dozen people were arrested after protests over the death of George Floyd on Saturday night.
Fork-To-Farm: Grant Will Help Sacramento-Area Eateries, Farmers Amid Coronavirus SlowdownSacramento is the farm-to-fork capital of the world, but the coronavirus has impacted many in this region - so much so that a big bank has stepped in to help.
Man Arrested For Vandalism After Allegedly Knocking Down Winged Bronze SculpturesA man was arrested for vandalism Wednesday evening after reportedly knocking down bronze sculptures Downtown Sacramento.