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A judge is poised to remove what is probably the final legal barrier before construction can begin on the new Sacramento Kings arena.
Bay Area retailer Sports Basement has revived its interest in opening a downtown Sacramento store just as city officials are attempting to buy a building the company eyed as recently as last year.
With California in a severe drought, the State Water Resources Control Board ruled last week that some cases of water waste could be treated as criminal infractions.
David Williams is a grown man now. But when he was just a kid, he’d run up and down 24th Street in Meadowview with his friends all the time, unafraid of what the street could do to him.
The city of Sacramento is beginning to discuss how to replace the failing lighting system lining Capitol Mall. City public works officials are debating two options, one far more expensive than the other.
Hercules Johnson has watched the same cycle over and over again for the 26 years he’s lived in North Sacramento.
Mayor Kevin Johnson on Tuesday appointed a committee of Sacramento City Council members to explore what changes would need to be made to the city government should voters pass a “strong mayor” ballot measure in November.
The family-owned shop with the recognizable sign on 16th Street was going to have to close after state officials found contaminated soil and groundwater at the site. But a group of lawyers and environmental consultants helped Helen and Tom Kang,...
For weeks, people had slowly begun noticing colorful birdhouses that an anonymous artist hung on utility poles around Sacramento. I wrote about this act of guerrilla artwork last month and the birdhouse inside the package was an apparent thank-y...
Police officers and sergeants in the city of Sacramento will begin paying into their pensions after an arbitrator’s ruling last month, officials said Thursday. Those officers were the only city employees who did not pay anything into their...