Homeless protesters force abrupt end to Sacramento City Council meeting
The Sacramento City Council meeting Tuesday night ended abruptly after homeless rights activists spoke out and refused to refrain from applauding during the meeting. Councilman Rick Jennings, who was running the meeting in Mayor Kevin Johnson’s ab
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg held a press conference Thursday to discuss the $500,000 in grants for nonprofits to help low-income children in neighborhoods like the one where Stephon Clark was killed by Sacramento Police last month.
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 off
It was a busy end to the Fourth of July for Sacramento Fire Department crews, who responded to more than 20 grass and structure fires in a three-hour period late Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Included in those responses was a grass fire near West El Cami
Sacramento Councilman Steve Hansen has asked Mayor Darrell Steinberg and colleagues for more police officers downtown after two violent attacks involving homeless men. Kalvin Sledge, who is homeless, talks about life on the street, and meets resis
These landmarks tower over their cities to achieve iconic status. A new proposal calls for a grand monument, yet to be designed, for Old Sacramento that could match the iconic Gateway Arch in St. Louis or the Space Needle in Seattle.
California Highway Patrol officers moved homeless campers off the grounds of the state courthouse in downtown Sacramento Monday night. The campers, who moved a short distance away to a city sidewalk, said the courthouse had been a safe place for t
Mayor Darrell Steinberg and old town business leaders say they want to turn the area into a bigger draw year-round – the kind of place Northern Californians will come to even when the in-laws aren’t in town. As part of this push, the city is consi
ArtStreet wows visitors on Saturday Feb. 4, 2017. The temporary exhibit, featuring the work of more than 100 artists and performers, is on display until Feb. 25th. It is located at The Mill on Broadway and is free on a first come first serve basis