Downtown Favorite Jim-Denny's Diner Closing After 85 YearsA Sacramento staple, Jim-Denny's Diner, will be closing at the end of the month after 85 years of business.
'Moon Rock' Sculpture Could Be Added To Sacramento Convention CenterA "moon rock" could be coming to the streets of Downtown Sacramento.
Vehicle Fire, Multi-Vehicle Crash Blocked Lanes On Highway 50A multiple-vehicle crash and vehicle fire is blocking three lanes of westbound Highway 50 near 15th street.
Popular Midtown Sacramento Spot The Press Bistro Permanently Closing On Dec. 31A popular Midtown Sacramento eatery is shutting its doors at the end of the year.
Free Holiday Parking From Nov. 29 Through Christmas On Select Downtown StreetsSacramento is offering free metered parking in some areas to incentivize residents and visitors to dine, shop, and attend events in Old Sacramento, downtown, and midtown.
Nash & Proper Food Truck To Open Permanent Location After Winning 'Calling All Dreamers' CompetitionNash & Proper is set to have a proper location after winning the 2019 “Calling All Dreamers” competition.
Department Of Corrections Officials Launch Investigation Into Nazi Flag Hung In Staff Member's OfficeThe California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has launched an investigation in regard to a Nazi flag that was hung in a staff member's office in Downtown Sacramento.
Some Businesses Demanding More Action Following Latest I & 12th Street Car CrashThere have been three wrecks at the intersection of I and 12 streets since March.
Restaurateur Calling For Increased Safety At 12th And I Street Intersection After Multiple CrashesBangkok@12 has been the victim of multiple crashes over their 10 years, including one just last Saturday.
Multiple People Injured After Car Crashes Into Downtown Sacramento Thai RestaurantSacramento police said a two-vehicle crash in downtown Sacramento left multiple people injured and caused damage to a nearby Thai restaurant.
State Considers Demolishing Capitol Mall FountainTime may be running out for a historic feature in downtown Sacramento that has been in place for nearly a century.
Shortage Of Rooms Downtown Leads To Hotel Building Boom In NatomasIt's no secret there's a shortage of hotel rooms in downtown Sacramento, but don't expect a sudden building boom in the area.
Getting Answers: Is It Legal To Kill Bats To Control Colonies?Area animal activists are upset after finding dead bats outside a downtown parking garage in Sacramento.
Public Meeting Held To Discuss I Street Bridge ReplacementA public unveiling was held Wednesday evening to show what the new I Street Bridge could look like.
Is The City Watching You? Customers Concerned About ID Scanning At Sacramento BarsThe City Of Sacramento is now requiring some popular bars and restaurants to collect and store customers personal information.