You finally have a place to keep your dog while shopping for kale and vegan muffins at the midtown farmers market.
The phone lines at the citys Department of Utilities have been jammed this morning with residents seeking to take advantage of a cash for grass program.
Mayor Kevin Johnson is about to turn 48 years old and last played in an NBA game 14 years ago. That’s good enough for Vice President Joe Biden.
Replay a live blog as Sacramento Bee reporters Dale Kasler and Ryan Lillis cover a hearing Friday on whether to uphold the Sacramento city clerk's decision to disqualify petitions that would have placed a measure on the June ballot to require a public vote before the city could subsidize a new arena.
The Sacramento Kings are worth more this year than they were in 2013. But so are a lot of other NBA teams.
The Sacramento City Council voted Tuesday night to a place a measure on the June ballot asking voters to approve a $12 property parcel tax to fund libraries.
A group of Woodlake residents has sued the City of Sacramento after the City Council last month approved a plan for the construction of a psychiatric hospital in north Sacramento.
Sacramento city officials and arts groups agree that the Community Center Theater could use some upgrading. The 2,400-seat facility across L Street from the Capitol hasn’t had a significant renovation since opening its doors nearly 40 years ago.
Mayor Kevin Johnson and Gov. Jerry Brown were named Friday to President Obamas Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience.
One year after Sacramento City Hall was struck by a scandal involving illegal credit card purchases made by a former mayoral aide, the number of city workers with credit cards has been slashed nearly in half.
A purple carpet for VIPs and a cricket match outside Sleep Train Arena. Sounds like a typical Sacramento Kings home opener.
The city of Sacramento is considering a new layer of public oversight for poker clubs seeking to move following the controversial relocation of a club into a north Sacramento hotel.
Mayor Kevin Johnson announced Monday that Sacramento would be the first city in California to conduct a day of public outreach to enroll residents in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
The strong-mayor debate is back at Sacramento City Hall.
The Sacramento Kings and city officials announced today that they will host an open house on Oct. 5 to discuss the proposed design of the planned new downtown arena.