An old friend and an old foe have thrown their support behind Kevin Johnson’s strong-mayor effort.

Add Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson to the list of people who have had buckets of ice water dumped over their heads.

A national mayoral task force formed by Mayor Kevin Johnson met Monday in New York for the first time to discuss the issue of income inequality in cities.

Another business group and another building trades union have endorsed the “strong mayor” measure appearing on the November ballot in the city of Sacramento.

At least one of the three people Mayor Kevin Johnson dared to take the Ice Bucket Challenge has declined. Sort of.

Kevin Johnson strode into a midtown loft building Wednesday evening, an entourage of handlers by his side.

Sacramento City Councilman Steve Hansen, not even two years into his first term at City Hall, is about to take on a popular mayor and many of the city’s most powerful interest groups in a closely watched political battle over how the city will be governed.

The campaign opposing the November ballot measure seeking to increase the powers of the mayor’s office in Sacramento has landed its first organized-labor support.

Two more groups with ties to organized labor have endorsed Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson’s November ballot measure seeking to increase the powers of his office.

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