SACRAMENTO -- Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg issued a call to be extraordinary Thursday at his first State of the City address. There was also a timely shoutout to the Sacramento-set, critically acclaimed film "Lady Bird." "During all the terms of all my predecessors combined, the number of Golden Globes awarded to movies celebrating the greatness of Sacramento? Zero," Steinberg said.
SACRAMENTO -- California's public colleges urge DACA recipients to renew their applications after a San Francisco court blocked part of President Trump’s order to end legal status for people brought to the United States illegally as children. "The order is in effect. DACA is resuscitated as of now," University of California President Janet Napolitano said during a Wednesday Press conference. "Enroll now, reapply now."
SACRAMENTO -- If you've never noticed red reflectors along Sacramento's freeways, it's likely because you drive the correct way on the freeway. For those who don't, prepare to see red. "We all know red. It means danger. It means stop," Caltrans spokesperson John Liu said. "What we really wanted to see was to wake up the driver." Reflectors are already in place every half mile or so on freeways. They were prompted by what Caltrans say is a slight uptick in wrong-way driving crashes.
.@Mayor_Steinberg congratulated LA 4 being the only CA city to be a finalist for Amazon’s 2nd headquarters. The advance copy I got of his speech had him referencing Sacramento’s bid. But Amazon’s announcement came about 2 hours ago @FOX40https://t.co/I8pGsEKEia
Mayor Steinberg’s Deputy Chief of Staff says “capacity” is one of Sacramento’s biggest issues. He said housing, economic, and cultural capacity need to be increased. Steinberg will deliver the State of the City around 9am @FOX40https://t.co/pr4sFOtqWv
Finally pics of one of the missing Stockton twin babies. But it was taken when Setina Weddles was about 6 months old, she’s 20 months now. No picture of her twin brother Ren yet. No sign of the 2 since b4 their parent’s arrest last week. https://t.co/lisGoDcznk
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Selecting a term
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