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City of Sacramento to activate weather-respite center Nov. 30
With the National Weather Service forecasting cold nighttime temperatures, the City of Sacramento is activating weather-respite operations at its Outreach and Engagement Center (3615 Auburn Blvd.)...
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Oakland A’s Are Relocating to Las Vegas
Three years after the NFL's Raiders abandoned Oakland for Las Vegas, MLB's Oakland A's announced they're moving there too. The owners of the teams unanimously approved the MLB team’s move.
From San Joaquin Valley Sun...
Owners of San Jose Giants Acquire Fresno Grizzlies
The Fresno Grizzlies announced their sale to Diamond Baseball Holdings, a major operator of minor league clubs in the U.S., including the San Jose Giants.
From Daily Democrat...
Want a Piece of the Warriors? 10 Percent Ownership Stake Reportedly Up for Sale
The $700 million price tag sets a $7 billion mark that would make the Warriors one of the world’s most valuable sports teams.
Sacramento Republic Sign 13-Year-Old From Woodland
The Sacramento Republic FC has signed Da’vian Kimbrough from Woodland, making him the youngest athlete in American professional team sports.
From The Galt Herald...
Parks and Rec Waits for Impact of Field Reservation System
At its July 26 meeting, the Galt Parks and Recreation Commission discussed how to prioritize youth sports groups. Parks and Recreation Director Armando Solis said his department has developed a way for sports groups to reserve fields online.
From Rio Linda Messenger...
Rio Linda High School Sports to Open Aug. 11
The community is ready and eager for the ribbon cutting and dedication on the long-awaited Rio Linda High School Baseball and Softball complex.
From Sierra Sun...
Steph Curry Wins American Century Championship
Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry won the American Century Championship with a knuckle-biting last putt.
Should Student-Athletes Get a Slice of School Sports Revenue? California Bill Sparks Backlash.
A proposal to set up degree completion funds for California student athletes has met with stiff opposition from universities and the NCAA. College athletes could earn a share of the revenue they generate under the bill — as much as $25,000 for each year that they played their sport. But the bill’s author has delayed it until 2024 after opponents charged the fund would draw money away from less lucrative sports like gymnastics and swimming.
From KCRA NBC 3...
Sacramento Kings Reveal New ‘Statement’ Uniform
Days after a social media post from the Sacramento Kings star player De'Aaron Fox about “a purple shortage” in the new uniforms, the Kings unveiled the team's “statement” jersey. The statement? Purple.
From The Sacramento Observer...
The Murrays Have Basketball in Their Blood
The Sacramento Kings were one pick away from drafting Keegan Murray’s identical twin brother in the 2023 NBA Draft. If it wasn’t for fate and the Portland Trail Blazers, the Murray twins could’ve been teammates again.
Major League Baseball Seeks to Increase African American Participation
In recent years, MLB officials have faced a significant lack of African American representation within the sport. The 2022 World Series marked the first time since 1950 that no U.S.-born Black players appeared in MLB’s showcase championship.
Sacramento Kings Uniforms Unveiled for 2023-24 Season
The Sacramento Kings unveiled new uniforms for the 2023-2024 season and they feature a lot less purple. The uniforms are back to using black as the primary color, with purple as an accent.
Locals Keeping Alive Black Cowboy History, Lifestyle
Gregory Bradley Sr. founded Loyalty Riderz in 2019 with his wife Phyllis Bradley and three other couples. The group meets monthly and sponsors rodeos and riders in events in the Bay Area and Southern California.
From Sacramento News and Review...
Yolo’s Anthony ‘Fluffy’ Hernandez Fights His Way Into the UFC
A member of the El Dorado Hills’ MMAGOLD team, the local standout has a big fight on the horizon May 20.
Elk Grove Prospect Awaits NFL Draft
Kahlef Hailassie, who played high school ball at Cosumnes Oaks, is poised to hear his name called in the upcoming NFL draft after a stellar college career as a defensive back at Western Kentucky.
From The Sacramento Bee...
Kings’ Broadcast Team Is Among the Most Diverse in the NBA
In a field historically dominated by white men, the Sacramento Kings television team is composed entirely of people of color and women—one of few NBA markets to demonstrate this diversity at the announcers’ table.
Sacramento City Council Approves Naming of Tyre Nichols Skate Park
The North Natomas skate park honors Tyre Nichols, who grew up in Sacramento. The 29-year-old Black man was severely injured during a Jan. 7 confrontation with police and died of his injuries Jan. 10.
From Citrus Heights Sentinel...
Vice Mayor Speaks Out on Youth Tackle Football Ban
Citrus Heights Vice Mayor Bret Daniels is hoping to gain enough support to oppose a youth tackle football ban.
From Elk Grove Citizen...
Iconic Local Sports Retailer Closes Shop
For 45 years, The Sports Shop served the entire southern half of Sacramento County as the only sporting goods shop. Online retailers have reportedly made it too difficult to continue.
Bonds Throws Out First Pitch As River Cats Mark A New Era
The new relationship between the Sacramento River Cats and Sacramento Kings was celebrated at the final game of the River Cats’ season with a ceremonial first pitch delivered by Major League Baseball’s home run king, Barry Bonds.
From Comstock's Magazine...
A Final Farewell to ARCO Arena
In its 34-year life span, the arena in North Natomas became part in Sacramento lore. The WNBA Sacramento Monarchs won a championship there, and the Kings were arguably the best team in the NBA during the 2001-2002 season.
Mesa Verde High School Breaks Ground on New Stadium
Hundreds of Mesa Verde High School students, alumni and staff gathered Aug. 30, along with several Citrus Heights City Council members and school district board members, for the ground-breaking ceremony.
From The Natomas Buzz...
Sacramento’s First Pump Track Opens in Natomas
The city of Sacramento opened its first pump track and bike playground this week in Natomas. Vice Mayor Angelique Ashby was present for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The new amenity is located at Regency Park.
Vail Resorts Announces Opening Dates for Tahoe Ski Areas
Vail Resorts has targeted opening dates for Lake Tahoe ski areas. Heavenly Mountain Resort and Northstar California plan to open Nov. 18, with Kirkwood Mountain Resort targeting Dec. 2. This winter is the 50th anniversary of operations at Northstar and Kirkwood.
From Auburn Journal...
Folsom's Frick is 'Grand' as he Prepares for Folsom Pro Rodeo
Well known for his quick-witted commentary as an emcee and his Uncle Sam outfit, Adam Frick takes on a new role as the 2022 Grand Marshal when the event returns July 1, 2 and 3.
Steinberg Announces $50 Million Sports Complex in South Sac
Sacramento could get a new $50 million youth sports complex in Meadowview, Mayor Darrell Steinberg announced Wednesday morning during his youth-focused State of the City address.
Folsom Resident Wins Big Bass Tournament
Luke Johns, 22, of Folsom, won the prestigious Wild West Bass Trail Apex Spartan 580 on the Columbia River in Oregon on May 20.
Hangtown Motocross One Week Away
No race is like it in California; the 53rd annual Carson City Motorsports Hangtown Motocross Classic is back at Prairie City State Recreation Park near Placerville from June 2 to June 4, with the pros racing on Saturday.
Massive Pickleball Complex Coming to Roseville
The Johnson Ranch Sports Club is set to open the largest pickleball facility in Northern California, a 24-court complex that will be established by converting existing tennis courts.
Lake Tahoe: Home to Breathtaking Golf Courses
There are dozens of golf courses around the Lake Tahoe basin that offer breathtaking views and challenging play. Avid golfers and pros weigh in on their favorite holes, whether it be best views, unique features or fun game play.
New Water Park Now Open in Natomas
The Natomas neighborhood now has a new water park and community center, after the grand opening event for the North Natomas Aquatic Complex. Amenities include a community center, water slides, a kids’ splash zone and several pools.
Rio Linda Elverta Recreation & Parks Announces Board Vacancy
The Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Parks District has announced a vacancy on its board of directors. The board is looking to appoint a new director who will serve until Dec. 1 unless elected to a two-year term in the November general election.
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