State law bans smoking inside bars and restaurants, but dozens of cities around California have enacted tougher laws that ban or limit smoking for outdoor diners too - including Davis.
Sacramento City Councilman Steve Hansen has asked the council's Law and Legislation committee to look into a ban as well given the public health concerns about second-hand smoke.
The committee will meet today to consider recommending the ban to the council. But it's early in the process, and it's expected to be quite some time before the full council would take any action on the idea.
Some local restaurant owners have said they oppose a ban, saying different establishments have different customer needs -- and an overall policy wouldn't work.
As a change of pace this summer, Sacramento’s B Street Theatre is staging a pastoral fable called “Provenance” – a gently mysterious tale in which characters find ways to overcome their personal troubles and move forward with their lives.
Before you take home fireworks to the family with the expectation of a Fourth of July fireworks spectacular on your front lawn, make sure fireworks are legal where you live.
A new hiring trends survey released Monday indicated that fewer hiring in the next few months compared to last year. But, companies also say they are not planning on seasonal layoffs.
The State of California and City of Sacramento have settled a lawsuit filed by the City.
The U.S.A. Track and Field Championships kicked off in Sacramento today with the shot put at the State Capitol.