CBS Sports Ready To Roll Out Solid Coverage For Super Bowl 50

SAN FRANCISCO — CBS Sports Network has aired 18 Super Bowls for the National Football League (NFL), including the first sporting event that was played between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs on Jan. 15, 1966. On Sunday, Feb. 7, the sports network has the dutiful honor to broadcast Super Bowl 50 as […]

Proposed Legislation Aimed To Combat Human Trafficking

SACRAMENTO — For almost two decades, the city of Sacramento and other municipalities across the state have been faced with increases in human trafficking. Assemblymember Jim Cooper, D-Elk Grove, along with the Sacramento County District Attorney’s office, crime victim’s families, and bill supporters, announced the introduction of human trafficking legislation in Sacramento at the State […]

Cousins Scores 56, But Kings Fall To Hornets 129-128 In Double Overtime

NORTH NATOMAS — Reserve guard Troy Daniels made a lay up and a 3-point shot with nine seconds left in double-overtime to give his Charlotte Hornets a 129-128 victory over the Sacramento Kings in double overtime on Monday, Jan. 25, at Sleep Train Arena. The Hornets stopped the Kings’ five-game winning streak and did it […]

KVIE Documentary Tells Story Of Byron Rumford Sr. And California Housing Practices

SACRAMENTO —Doug Harris Sr. made good on a promise when he was given an ultimatum from his mom to make a documentary of how Assemblyman Byron Rumford Sr. was able to create and pass a bill to eliminate unfair housing practices in California. In nearly three years, Harris, a filmmaker, researched, produced, and directed the […]

Kings Continue To Roll, Beat Atlanta For Fourth Straight Victory

NORTH NATOMAS — It was a battle right down to the wire, but the Sacramento Kings hung on to beat the Atlanta Hawks 91-88 on Jan. 21 for their longest winning streak of the season. After coming off three straight victories on the road, the Kings notch the fourth at Sleep Train Arena in front […]

Carmela Smith: Young Leader Enjoys Working Behind The Scene

SACRAMENTO — Carmela Smith is genuinely a young, gifted, and talented woman of color. Ms. Smith is also one Sacramento’s millennials who is very involved in community affairs. Among the many events that take place around the Sacramento area, Ms. Smith could possibly be in the room somewhere. But the Oak Park native certainly won’t […]

Mike Dailey: Musician-Turned-Author Shares History

SACRAMENTO — With all the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. activities looming in the Sacramento area, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to attend Michael Dailey’s book signing and reception at Underground Books. The literary affair is from 2:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m., on Saturday, Jan. 16. Dailey will discuss his 180-page book, “Truth Matters: […]

Kobe Bryant and Lakers Lose To Kings 118-115 In Thriller At Sleep Train Arena

NORTH NATOMAS — Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers made his last game as a NBA player in Sacramento, one that he previously circled on the schedule, a memorable one on Jan. 9 in front of a sellout crowd. The Kings prevailed 118-115 in a thriller performance. But Bryant was actually the King for […]

Community Seeks Answers In Police Shooting

DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO — The local members of Black Lives Matter (BLM) have demanded that the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department release more details about the deputy-involved shooting that resulted in the death of a 36-year-old African American in October. Several members of BLM’s chapter stood in front the Sheriff’s office at 711 G Street in downtown […]

Bill To Ban Use Of Grand Juries In Officer Involved Shootings Goes Into Effect

SACRAMENTO — State Sen. Holly Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, may have authored a bill that could set a trend across the country and put more focus on officer-involved shootings. On Tuesday, Dec. 29, Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed a Sen. Mitchell’s Senate Bill 227 (SB 227) that will no longer allow grand juries in cases involving […]