The Sacramento Police Department swore in two officers, Terence Brownridge and Nick Knoblock, who left and returned for a second stint, a sign the department is finding a positive direction under chief Daniel Hahn since he took over in August.
The city of Sacramento has notified homeowners in the Mangan Park neighborhood that it does not intend to remove lead-contaminated soil from lawns near the closed Mangan Gun Range. Sacramento County must agree to the city’s demands, but a decision is pending.
The Sacramento City Council on Tuesday approved a $13.5 million incentive package to lure Centene, a Fortune 500 health insurance company. The company intends to open a West Coast headquarters in North Natomas.
Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn probably wanted to level with the public about a police brutality case involving one of his officers, but was silenced by state law. That’s just the beginning of a rigged system in favor of cops that has to change.
If you think Sacramento is crazy to pay a Fortune 500 company to bring jobs to town, you’re wrong. The state capital is jobs poor and justified in looking for new ways to be more than a government town.
The city of Sacramento has signed a financial incentive package with Centene, a Fortune 500 company that manages Medicaid programs for states. If finalized, Centene plans to open a West Coast headquarters in North Natomas.
The Sacramento City Council passed a pair of ordinances aimed at preventing aggressive panhandling near ATMs and at gas stations, as well as giving police the ability to remove unruly people from city parks.
The biggest effort to combat homelessness in Sacramento started as a fight between city and county leaders. It could end in bureaucratic heads rolling for delaying the effort, and homeless people getting help like never before.
Kevin de León and Antonio Villaraigosa are not only confronting Trump-era bigotry in their campaigns for the highest offices in California. They are challenging a political hierarchy off-limits to Latino candidates
Xavier Cabano, 28, and four friends were camped out on 14th Street on Tuesday, eating snacks and guarding a large cart the group uses to store their clothes. He said his group has gotten more grief from police since residents began asking city officials to clear them out.
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