Daniel Hahn To Become Sacramento’s “Top Cop”

SACRAMENTO — As a 16-year-old growing up in Oak Park, Daniel Hahn was going down a dangerous path that led him into the arresting arms of a Sacramento police officer on charges of assaulting an officer. That day, while being arrested in his mother’s living room, turned out not to be a continuous trend, but […]

City of Sacramento Offers Multiple Youth Employment Opportunities

SACRAMENTO – The City of Sacramento has several opportunities for area youth looking for employment. District Eight City Councilmember Larry Carr and City of Sacramento Neighborhood Services join together on Saturday, April 1 to present the 2017 Youth Job & Resource Fair. The event is aimed at young people ages 16-24 and will be held […]

City of Sacramento, Sierra Health Foundation & Sac Black Chamber partner in survey of Black owned businesses

(SACRAMENTO) – In the mid to late 1990s through State Proposition 209 it became unnecessary to collect data on minority and women owned businesses and as a result it’s become increasingly difficult to determine who those businesses are, where they are and what their needs are. The Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce in partnership with […]

City of Sacramento & Vice Mayor Allen Warren to Hold Disaster Preparedness Town Hall

DEL PASO HEIGHTS – The City of Sacramento Neighborhood Services Division in a collaborative partnership with Vice Mayor Allen Warren are hosting a Disaster Preparedness Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, October 14th at the Robertson Community Center 6:30-8pm. This town hall meeting will be an opportunity to learn more about how to prepare your household, […]

Sacramento & Other Calif. Cities Start Water-Waste Patrols

SACRAMENTO – Steve Upton thinks of himself more as an “Officer Friendly” than a water cop. On a recent sunny day, the water waste inspector rolled through a quiet Sacramento neighborhood in his white pickup truck after a tipster tattled on people watering their lawns on prohibited days. He approached two culprits. Rather than slapping […]

Kings Release First Round of Renderings For New Downtown Arena

SACRAMENTO – Today, the Sacramento Kings, the city of Sacramento and AECOM released the first round of renderings for the downtown Entertainment and Sports Center (ESC). The announcement was first made via an email to season ticket holders. The first set of renderings comes after six months of workshops, open houses, town halls, and focus […]

#STOPthelies Campaign Launches Signature Withdrawal Effort

SACRAMENTO – Signature campaigns are nothing new; but signature withdrawal campaigns are. Amidst mounting examples of misleading tactics being used by signature gathers on a petition to force a public vote on the proposed downtown arena, scores of Sacramento City voters have been asking how they can get their names off the petition. “It’s an […]

Sacramento City Council Approves Arena Term Sheet

SACRAMENTO – The Sacramento City Council voted 7-2 to approve a financial term sheet to build a new $447.7 million sports and entertainment arena in downtown Sacramento on Tuesday night. The City Council’s decision paves the way for the usage of the city’s parking operations. In reference to the term sheet, $258 million would be […]

Public Forums Set to Discuss Arena Financing Plans

SACRAMENTO – Three public forums are scheduled to discuss the downtown arena financing plans. The first is from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 21 at City Hall. The arena is the second part of the equation to convince the NBA Board of Governers to keep the Sacramento Kings in the place they have […]

Mayor Johnson Names Names for Kings During State of the City Address

SACRAMENTO – Ending weeks of widespread speculation and rumors, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson told The OBSERVER that billionaire Ron Burkle and Mark Mastrov, the founder of 24-Hour Fitness, are the majority equity partners who will make a bid for the Sacramento Kings. “Yes, they are,” Johnson told The OBSERVER when asked if Burkle and Mastrov […]