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.
City Council Denies Appeal For More Environmental Reviews, Downtown Development Moves ForwardThe project has been in the works for years to build at the corner of 10th and K Streets.
Citing Success, City Council Votes To Continue Funding ShotSpotter SystemThe Sacramento City Council is putting money behind new technology that police say helps them respond to gun violence.
Hotels May Soon Be Required To Provide Housekeepers With Panic ButtonsHotels in Sacramento may soon be required to provide housekeepers with panic buttons.
Councilmembers Accuse Mayor Of Withholding Money From Districts As Political PaybackThe councilmembers allege the mayor’s position is political payback for their opposition to his bonding plan. He says that’s not true.
City Councilmembers Battle Mayor Over Budget PrioritiesFiery accusations were aimed at Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg by fellow councilmembers in a packed Sacramento council chamber Tuesday afternoon.
City Leaders Vote Unanimously To Seize Private Property For Paved River Bike TrailFor the first time since building the new arena, city leaders are looking to seize private property by invoking their right through eminent domain.
City Council Eases Rules On Aggressive PanhandlingSacramento has voted to ease its rules on aggressive panhandling.
City Council Honors Slain Sacramento Librarian Amber Clark By Naming Teen Space After HerThe Sacramento librarian shot and killed in an ambush-style attack outside the North Natomas library in December will now have a section of the library named in her honor.
Judge Finds Aggressive Panhandling Law Violates First AmendmentBecause of the ruling, the city attorney is recommending throwing out the current law.