Local

Arena

Headed to the downtown arena? Smile, you’re on camera

Sacramento is installing 20 police surveillance cameras in the next month at key intersections and at downtown parking garages to prepare for the October opening of Golden 1 Center and thousands of nightly visitors to the area. Black Lives Matter and civil liberties activists question the idea and the process.

Breaking news alerts. Delivered to your inbox.

Receive breaking news alerts as soon as the news happens.

    
Submission was successful. Go here to sign up for more newsletters.
There seems to have been an error with your submission. Try again
We're sorry but you are already subscribed.


Videos

Sacramento woman parts with beloved dog, because both are blind and the dog is deaf

“I knew he couldn't see or hear, but he didn’t understand why I kept stepping on him. Every time I did it I’d just be in tears. I didn’t want to be stepping on my dog,” says Marilyn Crisp of Sacramento, on why she has to part with her beloved dog, Carmelo. She and Carmelo are blind. Carmelo is also deaf.
Sammy Caiola The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento woman parts with beloved dog, because both are blind and the dog is deaf 3:02

Sacramento woman parts with beloved dog, because both are blind and the dog is deaf

Sacramento Mural Festival paints the city beautiful 1:27

Sacramento Mural Festival paints the city beautiful

Fairytale Town brings adventure playground to south Sac 1:12

Fairytale Town brings adventure playground to south Sac

Police cameras will keep watch on downtown near new Sacramento arena 1:07

Police cameras will keep watch on downtown near new Sacramento arena