City Council

Waste not, want not

Editor’s note: Sacramento can’t afford to blow the $89.6 million windfall from the feds It’s a godsend that the city of Sacramento received $89.6 million…


A tale of two cities

Editor’s note: Did richer, white voters refuse to help Sacramento’s poor, black and brown kids? The proponents of the March children’s funding ballot measure have…


Under the microscope

Editor’s note: LaTesha Watson is Sacramento’s new public safety watchdog. She’s been under scrutiny, herself. The person may not be a household name, but the…


Stimulus check

Mayor Steinberg has a plan for spending $89 million from the feds The city of Sacramento was fortunate to get $89 million from the $2…



COVID-19 cover?

Critics cry foul as Sacramento passes embattled telecommunication plan with public’s voice lowered by lockdown Last year, Sacramento City Hall was filled with people protesting…



A pandemic budget

Businesses are closed. Sales taxes are plummeting. But Sacramento officials don’t plan service cuts. It’s budget season at Sacramento City Hall, and in normal times…