More Videos

U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing 5:05

U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing

Take a look at Bee readers' awesome Christmas light displays 0:52

Take a look at Bee readers' awesome Christmas light displays

Friend wants 'more than a headstone for Chris' 2:03

Friend wants 'more than a headstone for Chris'

Meet Folsom High's star football brothers, Joe and Daniyel Ngata 1:19

Meet Folsom High's star football brothers, Joe and Daniyel Ngata

Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home 0:37

Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home

Woman escorted out of Starbucks after asking patrons to stop speaking 'oriental' 1:12

Woman escorted out of Starbucks after asking patrons to stop speaking 'oriental'

Flooding After Fire: California Department of Water Resources explains the risk 5:46

Flooding After Fire: California Department of Water Resources explains the risk

Hungry and thirsty, baby bobcat finds way into Auburn gas station 0:57

Hungry and thirsty, baby bobcat finds way into Auburn gas station

Watch hundreds of Hornets don caps and gowns in time-lapse of Sac State commencement 0:18

Watch hundreds of Hornets don caps and gowns in time-lapse of Sac State commencement

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm 0:51

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm

  • Darrell Steinberg sworn in as Sacramento’s 56th mayor

    Six months after winning a decisive victory in the June primary, Darrell Steinberg was sworn in as mayor on Tuesday night.

Six months after winning a decisive victory in the June primary, Darrell Steinberg was sworn in as mayor on Tuesday night. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Six months after winning a decisive victory in the June primary, Darrell Steinberg was sworn in as mayor on Tuesday night. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

Steinberg likely to push greater government transparency during first meeting

January 02, 2017 08:00 PM

UPDATED January 03, 2017 02:26 PM

Comments

More Videos

U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing 5:05

U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing

Take a look at Bee readers' awesome Christmas light displays 0:52

Take a look at Bee readers' awesome Christmas light displays

Friend wants 'more than a headstone for Chris' 2:03

Friend wants 'more than a headstone for Chris'

Meet Folsom High's star football brothers, Joe and Daniyel Ngata 1:19

Meet Folsom High's star football brothers, Joe and Daniyel Ngata

Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home 0:37

Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home

Woman escorted out of Starbucks after asking patrons to stop speaking 'oriental' 1:12

Woman escorted out of Starbucks after asking patrons to stop speaking 'oriental'

Flooding After Fire: California Department of Water Resources explains the risk 5:46

Flooding After Fire: California Department of Water Resources explains the risk

Hungry and thirsty, baby bobcat finds way into Auburn gas station 0:57

Hungry and thirsty, baby bobcat finds way into Auburn gas station

Watch hundreds of Hornets don caps and gowns in time-lapse of Sac State commencement 0:18

Watch hundreds of Hornets don caps and gowns in time-lapse of Sac State commencement

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm 0:51

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm

  • U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing

    U.S. District Court nominee Matthew Petersen was interviewed by Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) during his confirmation hearing on Dec. 13, 2017. In the exchange, Petersen acknowledged he had never tried a case in court and struggled to answer some basic questions of law.