Longhorns will thunder across Tower Bridge and down the Capitol Mall this morning as Sacramentos Farm to Fork week kicks off at 10 a.m.
It's called The Warren, and a sign at the corner of N and 16th streets has long proclaimed its imminent arrival. In the past few years, plans for the housing complex have shifted from condos to rental apartments, 20 percent of which would be reserved for low-income tenants.
Last year, 5,000 people attended the music portion of Sacramento's Launch festival, double the number who came the previous year. Festival organizers say they expect to double that number again this weekend, attracting 10,000 people to all-day concerts Saturday and Sunday at Cesar Chavez Plaza.
Sacramento already has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation. On Tuesday, the Sacramento City Council is scheduled to debate a new ordinance that would make those laws incrementally tougher.
As the vote on Proposition 8 drew near in 2008, thousands of same-sex couples rushed to the altar before passage of the ballot measure's outlawed gay marriage in California.
The Sacramento Kings are launching a plan to donate 10 percent of season ticket sales through October to 10 area charities.
Whether you like lowriders, muscle cars, vintage coupes or European sports cars, there will be eye candy for everyone Saturday at the fifth annual California Automobile Museum Car Cruise.
In 2014, the federal government will require most people to carry health insurance or pay a penalty. Covered California aims to provide a place for legal residents to buy insurance at a reasonable price.