Sacramento Adds Security Cameras To South Natomas ParkA popular Sacramento playground and rose garden will be getting new surveillance cameras after complaints of criminal activity.
Sacramento May Ease Rules For Who Can Own Marijuana BusinessWho can operate a marijuana business may include felons if an equity program is approved by the Sacramento City Council.
Sacramento Panhandling Ban Could Go Into Effect Next MonthUnder a proposed ordinance, it would be illegal for panhandlers to be within 35 feet of an ATM, and within 50 feet of public transit stops.
In Wake Of Meadowview Park Shooting, City Council Passes Gun Violence ProgramThe Advanced Peace program is aimed at combatting gun violence in Sacramento by targeting the roughly 50 young men who are believed to be responsible for most of the gun violence in the city.
Sacramento City Council Weighs Crackdown On Illegal Home Pot GrowsIt's a problem so big that it's now considered by some elected leaders and law enforcement as a public safety concern.
Protesters Rally Against City Council's Picketing OrdinanceThe city came up with a plan after the police department received several complaints from residents, businesses, and visitors in regards to aggressive behavior.
Sacramento City Council Considers Making Some Drought Rules PermanentThe Sacramento City Council is considering drought-style restrictions in a post-drought era.
Sacramento City Leaders Postpone Vote On Controversial Homeless PlanSacramento city leaders decided to postpone their vote on a controversial plan to create a tent city for the homeless. The proposed complex would be built at Carl Johnston Community Park in Del Paso Heights.
Sacramento Police Department Denied Request To Withhold Footage Of Gun BattleThe Sacramento Police Department was denied a request to withhold video of a gun battle between their officers and an armed suspect.
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.