Residents Upset Sacramento City Council Didn't Ease Watering RestrictionsThe city isn’t following the lead of other neighboring cities that have eased back drought restrictions, upsetting residents.
Sacramento City Leaders Speak Out On Employees Accused Of Sex, Drugs On JobIn a complaint obtained by CBS13, the male and female employees are accused of having sex in a city vehicle during work hours as well as using drugs and alcohol on the job.
Plan Could Bring Free Plumbing Help To Sacramento Low-Income FamiliesThe Sacramento City Council is considering approving a program that would help the financially strapped families identify and repair leaking pipes.
Sacramento City Leaders' 21-Point Homeless Plan Avoids Tent CitiesHomeless activists are continuing to call for an end to Sacramento’s anti-camping ordinance and demanding a safe place to sleep.
Sacramento Extending Metered Parking From 6 p.m. To 10 p.m.It's a discussion that has many concerned, and not just for those paying the extra buck, but businesses who fear they might lose money. Ultimately there was a deadline to get this parking issue started now to be ready in September and that's what they accomplished on Tuesday.
Seattle Offers Sacramento A Possible Solution To Homeless ProblemOne of Seattle’s solutions has been to set up homeless encampments inside its own city boundaries.
Sacramento City Council Turning To Seattle For Answers On HomelessnessAfter countless debates over the homeless crisis in Sacramento, city leaders are now looking into whether building a tent city in a local neighborhood is the answer.
Sacramento City Council Abruptly Adjourns Meeting During Homeless DiscussionHomeless advocates in the crowd were in the middle of offering comment when Vice Mayor Rick Jennings warned the crowd a second time about applauding following speakers.
Sacramento City Manager John Shirey Leaving Position In NovemberSacramento City Manager John Shirey will not seek a contract extension beyond this year.
Retired Sacramento City Councilman Wants To Return To City HallWaters is seeking appointment to the Sacramento City Planning and Design Commission, a board that has voted on several controversial issues in the past year including the proposed gas station in Curtis Park, and the Capitol Towers project.
First Chickens, Now Goats? Group Wants To Expand Sacramento's Backyard Animal RulesThe group behind the plan has laid out their proposal in front of the Sacramento City Council and says the goats are in line with the city’s sustainability initiatives.
2 Arrested As Sacramento City Council Approves Minimum Wage Increase To $12.50 By 2020The Sacramento City Council voted 6-3 on Tuesday to increase the city’s minimum wage to $12.50 by 2020 after a last-minute compromise.
Builders Group Worries Higher Sacramento Affordable Housing Fee Could Stop DevelopmentTuesday night the city council will consider placing a $2.58 fee per square foot on new construction for developers
Business Owners Worried About Sacramento Ditching Free Parking, Increasing RatesTo make it all happen, the city wants to increase meter rates by 40 percent from $1.25 to $1.75. Another idea, and perhaps the most controversial, scraps free parking after 6 p.m. and could get rid of free Sunday and holiday parking.
Sacramento Councilman Accused Of Harassment Says Public Should Be Concerned About Public OfficialsAllen Warren entered city hall facing questions on camera about a staffer's sexual harassment claim filed against him.