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.
City Council Approves $47M Plan For Revitalized WaterfrontThe Sacramento City Council took a huge step forward Tuesday night in the plans to transform Old Sacramento.
Sacramento City Council Approves Ban On Flavored Tobacco ProductsThe City of Sacramento is targeting flavored tobacco products to stop skyrocketing teen usage.
City Council Unanimously Approves Sacramento Republic FC Stadium Term SheetThe bid to get Major League Soccer to Sacramento got another boost Tuesday night.
Man Banned From Sacramento City Council Meetings After OutburstsThe city manager and several council members filed a restraining order against Alexander Clark that was granted last week.
Monday's Protest Arrests Add To Anger, Chaos At Sacramento City Council MeetingCity council heard four hours of public comment as outrage continues across the community.
City Of Sacramento To Restore Iceland Ice Skating Rink After nearly 10 years, the Iceland Skating Rink is coming back!
Sacramento City Council Meeting Erupts With Protesters But ContinuesThe Sacramento City Council meeting was flooded with concerned citizens Tuesday evening to speak to officials about the Stephon Clark decision and protest arrests.
City Officials Delay Vote On Improvised Weapon Protest Ban For Second TimeFor the second time in two weeks, Sacramento City officials have halted a vote on the proposal to ban certain items from protests.
City Council Delays Vote On 'Improvised Weapon' BanIt was a surprising twist at City Hall as an expected vote on a proposed new law banning protestors from carrying certain items never happened.
Sacramento City Council Looking Into Increasing Number Of DispensariesThe city council plans to look into increasing the number of storefronts allowed to dispense marijuana in the area.
Neighbors, City Councilman Focused On Security For New Marijuana FacilityA neighborhood in North Sacramento will soon be home to marijuana cultivation and delivery business.
Sacramento Prohibits Some Businesses From Operating Near Light-Rail StationsIt’s another step towards making Sacramento a more walkable city.
Sacramento Considers Banning Leaf Blowers On Spare The Air DaysNine California cities have already banned leaf blowers during certain times, and Sacramento city leaders will consider the ban in a few months.