The Capitals of World Team Tennis are moving to Las Vegas after 28 seasons in Sacramento. Team officials say they're moving the franchise because they were never able to find a permanent home in the region.
In past years the team had built temporary stadiums, including playing matches in the Sunrise Mall parking lot in Citrus Heights.
The team will now be known as the Las Vegas Neon.
Check out Paul Conley's story from 2006: Inside the World of Team Tennis and The Sacramento Capitals.
It will be easier for mobile food trucks to operate in the city of Sacramento by the end of next month. Tuesday night, the Sacramento City Council voted to lift a 30-minute parking restriction that made it tough for the trucks to do business.
UPDATE: It's legal to be naked in some areas of downtown Sacramento, but probably not for long. The city council's Law and Legislation Committee has approved a police request to change the ordinance.
Professional cyclists say the Amgen Tour of California is second only to the Tour de France when it comes to fan support.
Population and housing construction increased in almost every part of the state last year, including Sacramento and the Inland Empire.
The American Lung Association's annual air quality report said many California cities have some of the worst air pollution in the country.