People from all over Sacramento mourned when the popular wooden playground at McKinley Park was badly damaged by an arsonist last summer.
A Sacramento City Council subcommittee this week is poised to press ahead with a plan to ban single-use plastic shopping bags at large grocery and convenience stores in the city.
Over the next few weeks, thousands of young men and women in the Sacramento region will receive diplomas signifying their transition from high school to college or from institutions of higher learning into the work world.
Last spring, Sacramento's budget situation was so bad that it took a fundraising campaign led by Save Mart Supermarkets to make sure at least some of the city's public swimming pools would open.
A dozen NBA team owners are scheduled to hold a conference call today to decide if they think the Kings should remain in Sacramento or move to Seattle.
A parking lot at Del Paso Boulevard and El Camino Avenue in North Sacramento is to be transformed into a midway for five days starting Wednesday.
A thankless task awaits the NBA's 30 team owners as they convene this week in New York for their board of governors meeting.
The city of Stockton goes on trial today in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Sacramento in a case with major implications for cities and public employees.