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02/27/2024
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Sacramento County’s most recent Point-in-Time Count took place in January, and preliminary data continues to point to a major crisis. In response, city and county officials have pioneered a system with nonprofit groups that centralizes information and streamlines access to resources.

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02/26/2024
George Sim Park in Lemon Hill is a special place for state Assembly member Kevin McCarty. The 52-year-old got his start in politics in 2004 representing the South Sacramento neighborhood on the City Council.

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02/15/2024
Candidates vying to take the seat of outgoing Supervisor Sue Frost on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors faced off at a recent forum, sharing with voters their differing perspectives.

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02/14/2024
The six candidates vying to be Sacramento’s next mayor fielded questions about homelessness, gun violence and police accountability at a candidate forum held at the Greater Sacramento Urban League.

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02/14/2024
After Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said the city erred in notifying the public about Measure C, a Sacramento County spokesperson said election officials won’t investigate whether the measure is legally on the ballot.

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02/13/2024
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The lines for Sacramento’s District 4 have been redrawn and local politicos are waiting to see what that means.

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02/09/2024
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With the primary election rapidly approaching, Sacramento voters will be bombarded with political mailers, emails, texts and calls.

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02/09/2024
Why she’s running for reelection: “There is clearly still have a lot of work to do. I want to keep working on solutions that will keep people housed, build more access to opportunities, and prepare us for the future.”

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02/08/2024
Sacramento, known for its tree-filled landscape, faces unique challenges in intense weather. The convergence of high winds with large trees poses significant risks to people and urban infrastructure.

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02/06/2024
Programs are in place that assist tenants on the verge of being evicted. There are also programs and nonprofits that assist families, men, women and children who are experiencing homelessness.

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01/26/2024
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The biennial survey, which continues in neighborhoods, parks and along riverbanks countywide, does more than just tally the region’s unhoused residents.

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01/26/2024
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Cathy Creswell, president of the Sacramento Housing Alliance board, joins with Civic Thread’s Jordan Grimaldi to talk about the intersection between transportation and housing affordability and availability.

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01/26/2024
Lauren Hammond, the first Black woman elected to the Sacramento City Council, died in her sleep Jan. 18 at the age of 68. Representing District 5, Hammond served from 1997 to 2010.

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01/24/2024
Despite a $50 million budget deficit, Measure L still requires Sacramento to set aside money for youth programs, Mayor Darrell Steinberg said the city will need to work with partners to meet the law’s goals.

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01/17/2024
The former Capitol Park Hotel has reopened in downtown Sacramento with a spruced up appearance and a new purpose: as permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless residents.

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01/12/2024
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The Sacramento News & Review breaks down campaign contributions to each candidate.

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01/07/2024
A former Best Western motel has reopened in downtown Sacramento after being converted into permanent housing for nearly 100 unhoused individuals.

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12/26/2023
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Black renters, especially ones with children, face a greater risk of eviction than their white counterparts, according to studies from Eviction Lab and the U.S. Census Bureau.

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12/20/2023
The Sacramento City Council plans to redo a vote on whether to give City Manager Howard Chan and other executives pay increases because the council violated the Brown Act on the initial decision.

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12/19/2023
Four days after Councilmember Sean Loloee pleaded not guilty to federal charges, it remains unclear whether he will heed calls to resign.

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12/13/2023
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Vice Mayor Eric Guerra and House Sacramento’s Ben Raderstorf talk about the past, present and future of affordable housing.

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11/21/2023
She was the first Black woman on the Sacramento City Council and while she had just one term in office, her legacy of service was solidified by decades of commitment throughout the community.

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11/15/2023
The Sacramento City Council voted unanimously to place a business operations tax measure on the March 2024 primary election ballot.  If it passes, the city will update the tax and adjust it for inflation for the first time since 1991.

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11/12/2023
Richard Pan said his background as a pediatrician and as a professor at UC Davis illustrates a “career dedicated to solving problems,” positioning him as a mayor who can lead Sacramento with efficient judgment.

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11/08/2023
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Current Assemblymember Kevin McCarty says he is running because he wants to give back and serve the community he calls home.

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11/06/2023
Sacramento voters living in districts 2, 4, 6 and 8 will weigh in on who represents their area on the city’s law-making body. Candidates who receive more than 50% of the vote in their races would win outright.

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11/02/2023
Shortly after purchasing a Hagginwood apartment building last year, Sacramento Councilmember Sean Loloee evicted the tenants of all eight units, according to the property manager: “The owner wanted to rehabilitate the units.”

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10/29/2023
Steve Hansen says he is running for mayor because he wants to rebuild Sacramento, lead the city into its next great chapter, and leave no one behind.

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10/27/2023
Sacramento City Councilman Sean Loloee destroyed evidence related to the operation of his grocery store business, the U.S. Department of Labor alleged in a federal court filing Thursday.
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