The Steinberg Review May 18 - May 25

The Steinberg Review May 18 - May 25

Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.

Sacramento City Express: Fight the Bite from Mosquitoes this Holiday Weekend

The Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito & Vector Control District reminds the public to take all necessary precautions and protect themselves from mosquitoes this Memorial Day weekend and in the upcoming warmer months.

Sacramento Bee: Kaiser to offer sneak peek at new downtown Sacramento medical offices

Kaiser Permanente is planning an open house at its new medical offices in downtown Sacramento facility on June 2, two days ahead of when staff members at the facility start offering services such as primary care and pediatric office visits, women's health, oncology and prescriptions.

Capital Public Radio: Tower Bridge Construction Project On Hold Until July

A plan to update the Tower Bridge lifting mechanisms is on hold until this summer, according to the city of West Sacramento.

CBS 13: New Driverless Car Program Hitting Streets Of Sacramento

The Capital City may not be California’s biggest, but it may soon be the first major city to test out a new driverless car program that claims to hold the key to driverless car safety.

Sacramento Bee: This historic Sacramento theater will get an $11 million facelift

The City Council on Tuesday approved an $11 million renovation of the Memorial Auditorium so it can host Broadway plays, ballet performances and other events while the Community Center Theater undergoes its own remodeling.

ABC 10: Sacramento expands homeless shelters with help from Sutter Health

Sacramento will extend operation of a temporary homeless shelter another three months, and is working toward the creation of three new shelters with help from Sutter Health and a private donor. 

Sacramento Bee: Huge pop-up homeless shelters are planned for three Sacramento neighborhoods

The city's homeless shelter in North Sacramento will remain open for at least three more months - and its replacement may be coming to an empty lot near you.

ABC 10: From prison to social work: How a Sacramento State graduate turned her life around

A 46-year-old former convicted criminal is setting her sights on social work after completing her undergraduate studies at California State University Sacramento.

Capital Public Radio: Sacramento Appears Set To Lose Out On MLS Soccer Bid Again, This Time To Cincinnati

It seems that Sacramento’s effort to secure a pro soccer team will fail again.

On Tuesday, Cincinnati’s soccer team, FC Cincinnati, said there would be a "major announcement" next week. Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber is scheduled to attend, and it is expected that he will announce that the city will receive an expansion team.

Kaiser Permanente opens downtown medical center

Kaiser Permanente opens downtown medical center

Summit on Education Attainment for Working Age Adults

Summit on Education Attainment for Working Age Adults