The Steinberg Review December 29, 2018 – January 4, 2019
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
After dozens of teenagers started fights and caused disturbances over the past week at area malls, Sacramento is now taking a new approach to keeping kids out of trouble.
“I think the city needs to be much more aggressive at providing real alternatives for young people,” said Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg.
The Sacramento Business Journal: State moves forward on River District office complex concept
The California Department of General Services is planning an office complex in Sacramento’s River District. Although a notice of preparation for an environmental impact report for the project mentions a 29-story office building, that’s not the most likely scenario as the complex is developed, according to the department.
There has been a revolution, of sorts, of electronic scooters in cities like San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose within the past year.
It’s a trend Sacramento is planning to be a part of very soon, but with a better set of guidelines for all.
CBS Sacramento: Sac RT Hopes Free Parking Entices More People To Ride
Sacramento's Regional Transit District is trying something new in an effort to get more passengers.
Hundreds of teenagers broke into a massive fight for the second time in a week at the Arden Fair Mall on Saturday, according to the Sacramento Police Department.
The mayhem caused stores to lock down and the mall to shut down early.
More U-Haul trucks made one-way trips into the Sacramento area than any other city in America last year, according to migration data from the rental company.