by Jazzi Johnson via thegrio.com A week after pledging to be a vocal player in awareness efforts surrounding the police shooting death of Stephon Clark, the Sacramento Kings announced they are team… 17 more words
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SACRAMENTO — The cries for justice booming off the walls of the district attorney’s office here echo in places like Missouri, Minnesota and New York, other states where black men have died at the hands of police. 1,665 more words
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento is set to approve engineering services for a water vault in a popular city park to help prevent nearby flooding.
The plan has some wanting to flush the whole project. 163 more words
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento city leaders are set to tackle a problem with urgent circumstances for some—are there enough public restrooms in Downtown?
From people with kids to those with no home, many people complain there are few places to go. 146 more words
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Parolees convicted of federal crimes will be spending more time along Franklin Boulevard, near two elementary schools.
The Sacramento City Council approved a proposal Tuesday, to bring a federal adult day center to the area. 340 more words
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A popular Sacramento playground and rose garden will be getting new surveillance cameras after complaints of criminal activity.
The Sacramento City Council approved five new state-of-the-art cameras for South Natomas Park. 315 more words
This post is a continuation of the story of Luella Johnston, Sacramento (and California’s) first elected councilwoman. I strongly recommend starting with Part I, where I discussed Luella’s civic and political activism in Sacramento, culminating in her successful 1912 campaign for a seat on the Sacramento City Council. 1,841 more words