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Pending a final appeal to the Sacramento City Council tonight, the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op is nearly ready to break ground next spring on a new, larger store and complex in midtown. Co-op general manager Paul Cultrera said the appeal the city
Responding to calls from merchants and pedestrian and bicycle advocates, the City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to launch a network of bike corrals and begin a pilot program for mini-parks to be built in parking spaces near businesses.
Reader Cindy Cooke reports a red hen that has taken up residence on the southbound Interstate 5 shoulder near Sutterville Road is fine despite the brush fire there a few weeks ago. Cooke says the chicken, which she describes as free(way) range, is
The autumn leaves have only just begun to fall in Sacramento, the City of Trees. And yet, leaf piles are already beginning to impede Midtown parking. Typically, the city's Recycling and Solid Waste Division allows residents to put open piles of
Wednesday while negotiations continue between the transit agency's management and union leaders, a federal mediator overseeing the talks announced Tuesday night. Wednesday as normal, despite the looming threat of a strike over the past several days. .
Sacramento businesses push for 'strong mayor' KCRA Tuesday 15th October, 2013 LIVE LOOK AT THE RALEY FIELD SKY CAMERA. NO WIND. A PLAN THAT WOULD GIVE SACRAMENTO VOTERS ANOTHER OPTION TO VOTE FOR THE STRONG MAYOR WILL BE CONSIDERED TODAY. WITH TCO
The plan, backed by political and business leaders, would allow the mayor to appoint and fire a city manager. Under the measure, the mayor also would propose the city budget and have veto power over City Council budget actions. The City Council could
Sacramento Councilmember Steve Hansen has had a busy first term. As part of the political team helping to bring a new downtown arena to Sacramento, Hansen's vote has been one for growth and commerce. He joined FOX40 in the studio Thursday morning for
The council's Audit Committee instead asked City Auditor Jorge Oseguera to place an examination of the Convention Center on a list of potential targets in 2014. The City Council will vote early next year on Oseguera's proposed audit work plan, and
Animal control officers seized 200 chickens from a south Sacramento market Monday. Saturday night, Sacramento police responded to a call of a strong odor coming from behind the Franklin Market on Franklin Boulevard. When they arrived, they discovered