The Steinberg Review June 15 - June 22
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
The Sacramento Bee: See what the new $240 million Sacramento Convention Center would look like
The city of Sacramento released architectural drawings Tuesday of a renovated Sacramento Convention Center as the City Council considered taking the next step toward approving the project…
A group of East Sacramento mothers is now working to help migrant families separated in processing centers by U.S. border policy.
The Sacramento Bee: Round 1: California and Trump clash in court over 'sanctuary state' law
Amid protests outside the courtroom and a nationwide outcry over federal border policies, state lawyers and the Trump administration faced off in a Sacramento court Wednesday in the first legal test of California's "sanctuary state" law that restricts cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
UC Davis News: Electric Bus Service Will Connect UC Davis With Sacramento
Bus service is going electric for people shuttling between the Davis and Sacramento campuses, including the forthcoming Aggie Square innovation and technology hub.
The Sacramento Bee: Would Sacramento's proposed sales tax increase go to pensions, salaries?
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg has an ambitious plan for what he would do with a sales tax increase in the city.
Digital Journal: California experiments with digital license plates
The U.S. state of California and the city of Sacramento are experimenting with a new digital license plate scheme.
The Sacramento Bee: How soccer united refugees from around the world in Sacramento
Ghazwan Fadhil hadn't seen Ahmed Khayyafi since they graduated from the same high school in Iraq more than 20 years ago.
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.
The City of Sacramento is getting a new courthouse, one that Mayor Darrell Steinberg says is much needed.
The Sacramento Bee: Uber teams up with SMUD to offer new cash incentives. There's just one condition
Do you drive for Uber in Sacramento? Does your vehicle require a power outlet? If so, you just got a raise.