More Videos

Take two minutes to enjoy sights, sounds of abundant Sacramento Valley harvest 2:11

Take two minutes to enjoy sights, sounds of abundant Sacramento Valley harvest

How to avoid car theft 1:08

How to avoid car theft

Steinberg has 'no guarantee, but a real chance' on fighting homelessness 3:26

Steinberg has 'no guarantee, but a real chance' on fighting homelessness

Dave Goudie talks about seeing his co-worker die, and then getting fired 1:17

Dave Goudie talks about seeing his co-worker die, and then getting fired

Sacramento's most wanted: Maybe these guys should wear name tags next time 2:02

Sacramento's most wanted: Maybe these guys should wear name tags next time

Watch the California National Guard's action-packed training exercise at Camp Roberts 1:05

Watch the California National Guard's action-packed training exercise at Camp Roberts

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics 3:14

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics

Take a tour of the luxurious Sawyer Residences 1:38

Take a tour of the luxurious Sawyer Residences

Fly right up the Oroville Dam spillway to see how repairs are shaping up 1:29

Fly right up the Oroville Dam spillway to see how repairs are shaping up

Take a look inside Floyd Mayweather's new $25.5 million Beverly Hills mansion 0:42

Take a look inside Floyd Mayweather's new $25.5 million Beverly Hills mansion

  • Silent march to State Capitol brings community together

    Hundreds more people gathered at Crocker Park in downtown Sacramento for the fourth day that demonstrators have come together to protest the recent shooting of African American men by law enforcement officers in Louisiana and Minnesota. Protesters marched silently down Capitol Avenue to the west steps of the State Capitol on Monday, July 11, 2016.

Hundreds more people gathered at Crocker Park in downtown Sacramento for the fourth day that demonstrators have come together to protest the recent shooting of African American men by law enforcement officers in Louisiana and Minnesota. Protesters marched silently down Capitol Avenue to the west steps of the State Capitol on Monday, July 11, 2016. Eli Hiller and Erasmo Martinez The Sacramento Bee
Hundreds more people gathered at Crocker Park in downtown Sacramento for the fourth day that demonstrators have come together to protest the recent shooting of African American men by law enforcement officers in Louisiana and Minnesota. Protesters marched silently down Capitol Avenue to the west steps of the State Capitol on Monday, July 11, 2016. Eli Hiller and Erasmo Martinez The Sacramento Bee

Hundreds march through Sacramento to protest police killings of black men

July 11, 2016 4:47 PM

Comments