Sacramento City Council Discusses Potential Police Reforms Inspired By ProtestsThe Sacramento City Council held their much-anticipated meeting surrounding possible police reform in the City of Sacramento Wednesday.
'They Need To Hear The People Impacted': Black Lives Matter Protest At Sacramento City HallBlack Lives Matter Sacramento organized the rally to ask Mayor Darrell Steinberg and the city council to start holding in-person council meetings.
Sacramento City Council Ends Citywide CurfewThe Sacramento City Council voted to immediately end the citywide curfew Saturday afternoon in an emergency meeting.
Coronavirus Impact: Sacramento City Council Temporarily Bans Tenant EvictionsThe Sacramento City Council established a temporary moratorium on tenant evictions on Tuesday to help residents impacted by the coronavirus.
Sacramento City Council Approves $1 Million Economic Relief PackageThe Sacramento City Council has approved some measures to help people and businesses during the outbreak.
Katie Valenzuela Declares Victory Over Councilman Steve Hansen In Sacramento City Council RaceUpdated election results have been released in Sacramento and it appears longtime city councilmember Steve Hansen has lost his bid for a third term.
Sacramento City Council Votes To Ban Homeless Camps On 'Critical City Infrastructure'The Sacramento City Council unanimously voted to ban camping within 25 feet of levees on Tuesday.
Sacramento City Councilmember Pushing To Have Fire Department Pulled From Reality TV ShowSacramento City Councilmember Steve Hansen feels that the show is a dose of reality that isn’t needed.
Sacramento City Council Approved $100M Affordable Housing FundSacramento city council members approved the creation of a $100 million trust fund dedicated to building affordable housing Tuesday evening.
Sacramento Leaders Consider Restricting Short-Term RentalsSome Sacramento city leaders are concerned about a bait and switch tactic, with developers saying they're going to build new apartments, then turning them into short-term hotel rentals.
City Council Approves $27 Million Loan For Railyards Stadium ProjectThe Sacramento City Council unanimously agreed to loan up to $27.2 million to pay for the infrastructure for the planned Sacramento Republic FC Railyards stadium and developments.
Proposal To Fund Zoo Relocation Postponed By City CouncilA proposal that could generate money to move the Sacramento Zoo to Natomas is being postponed.
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.
Are 5G Cell Sites A Health Hazard? UC Davis Researcher Says NoSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is trying to position the city as a demonstration hub for new technology, but with anything new comes questions about public safety.
Sacramento City Leaders Approve Two New Homeless SheltersSacramento city leaders approved two new homeless shelter proposals Tuesday night.