City To Convert Downtown Hotel To A Homeless ShelterThe City of Sacramento is one step closer to opening a homeless shelter at a Downtown Hotel.
City Council Reviews 84 Stephon Clark Protest Arrests, Hears From Police Chief Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn outlined why there were so many arrests on March 4. He also spoke about what changes his department is considering.
Mayor Adjourns City Council Meeting About Protest Arrests After Disruptive IndividualThe City Council meeting reviewing mass arrests at last week's East Sacramento protest was cut short when an individual reportedly spoke over others and prevented business to proceed.
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.
Sacramento Mayor Calls For Change In Policy Use-Of-Force Policy After Stephon Clark DecisionMayor Steinberg is calling for a change in the use-of-force standard for law enforcement.
Sacramento Bracing For Possible Protests That May Follow DA's Announcement In Stephon Clark CaseThe wait for that announcement is giving the city time to prepare and work to prevent violent reactions.
Gov. Newsom Appoints Sacramento Mayor to Lead Homelessness CommissionThe Governor’s state of the state also zeroed in on a housing crisis that’s left thousands of people on the streets.
State Of Downtown: Billionaire Will Help Advance Republic FC And Develop RailyardsBillionaire investor and philanthropist Ron Burkle is buying controlling interest of Sacramento Republic FC, which will be a game changer when it comes to the development of a successful soccer franchise.
Public Housing Community Coming To Twin Rivers Neighborhood A Sacramento public housing community is getting a $23 million boost from the state.
Plans For New I Street Bridge Announced, Set To Be Finished In 2022San Francisco-based architecture firm, T. Y. Lin International has been selected to design and build the new bridge.
Benches Removed On K Street For 'Revitalization' Leave Many Without A Place To SitThe city says they removed the benches as part of an ongoing revitalization effort near The Golden 1 Center to repave crosswalks, streets, and remove hard to maintain equipment.