The Steinberg Review May 11 - May 18
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
Sacramento Bee: California governor wants millions for homeless aid
Cities and counties would receive $359 million from surplus state revenue to help California's growing homeless population under the proposed budget Gov. Jerry Brown announced...
More than 60 percent of lost dogs and cats in Sacramento never make it back home. That heartbreaking statistic lit a fire under staffers at the city's Front Street Animal Shelter.
KCRA 3: Talking in silence: Sacramento police learn sign language
Several Sacramento police officers learned sign language as a way to communicate with the deaf community. On Thursday, the officers took part in a meeting to talk with community members.
Public schools in California have "largely starved the arts" for the past 40 years, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said Wednesday. Now he's got a plan to change that situation.
Be sure to look for the envelope with pink in the window. “When you get this in the mail don’t throw it away," said Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg. In past years it was your mail-in ballot. But this year, for some voters, there’s a lot more you can do with it.
Three Sacramento-area cities will launch what they call one of the most sophisticated bike-share programs in the country next week - starring a fleet of 900 candy red motorized bikes that do half the pedaling.
The Sacramento City Council on Tuesday evening gave unanimous support to a project that would offer residential care for homeless people suffering from terminal illnesses.