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Kevin Johnson

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  • Maloofs Phone Fans For Support

    Maloofs Phone Fans For Support
    Sacramento Kings owners, Joe and Gavin Maloof, reached out to season ticket holders by telephone Monday, thanking them for their support and asking them to consider renewing their ticket plans.  FOX40 spoke with two fans who received the calls. Gurjeet ...
  • Mayor Johnson Reveals His "Plan B" for New Arena

    Mayor Johnson Reveals His "Plan B" for New Arena
    After the let down and subsequent mudslinging of the past week, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson appears to have a "Plan B" for a new downtown entertainment and sports complex. "We've got to look and determine if we can build a new entertainment and sports...
  • Sacramento Kings Draw Lots Of Regional Fans, Little Regional Support

    Sacramento Kings Draw Lots Of Regional Fans, Little Regional Support
    It's a new season. There's a new enthusiasm. But it's happening in the same old arena. "I hope we get a new arena," said Reggie Prasad of Natomas, as he was loading-up on tickets for events a Power Balance Arena. But as Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson...
  • More Pastors Becoming More Involved in Politics

    More Pastors Becoming More Involved in Politics
    Pastors preaching politics is no longer taboo. “If my calling gives me more influence than it gives others,” said Bishop Sherwood Carthen of Bayside Church, “then God bless ‘em!” From town meetings to barbershops,...
  • K Street Redevelopment - After the Supreme Court's Decision

    K Street Redevelopment - After the Supreme Court's Decision
    It was on Nov. 12 that Sacramento's K Street, the landing place of so many redevelopment dollars, opened again to traffic and great fanfare. The party came to a screeching halt on Dec. 29, when Governor Jerry Brown was given the judicial green light to...
  • Kings Fire Head Coach Paul Westphal

    Kings Fire Head Coach Paul Westphal
    The Sacramento Kings have relieved Paul Westphal of head coaching duties. The organization made the announcement Thursday morning. In the statement, President of Basketball Operations for the Kings Geoff Petrie thanked Westphal for his efforts, “...
  • 3 Million Hours: Sacramento Religious Leaders Call For Volunteers

    3 Million Hours: Sacramento Religious Leaders Call For Volunteers
    "It's time to get out there and make something happen. This is the city of Sacramento. The place where people can get help. Get out and make a difference," said Pastor Sherwood Carthen, Pastor of Bayside of South Sacramento. Carthen and a coalition of...
  • Youth scene: CMAC accepts the challenge

    The Navy SEALs Challenge is meant for high school athletes, but the Costa Mesa Aquatics Club's 10U and 12U teams accepted the challenge. The kids ages 8-12 met the challenge and posted some quality times on Thursday. The polo players were told that their...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Alice Waters

    Patt Morrison Asks: Alice Waters
    Little bistro, huge impact. Like a different sort of miracle of the five loaves and two fishes, Chez Panisse, the landmark Berkeley restaurant, and its founder and guiding spirit, Alice Waters, have leveraged a small temple of slow, local and organic food...
  • Marist College Students Mourn Victims of Deadly Weekend Fire

    Marist College Students Mourn Victims of Deadly Weekend Fire
    Students at Marist College in Poughkeepsie are in mourning after a tragic fire killed two students and a friend over the weekend. Cell phone video captured the intense flames shooting through the three story home on Fairview Avenue where six students...
  • Councilwoman Will Not Seek Another Term

    Councilwoman Will Not Seek Another Term
    Sacramento City Councilwoman Sandy Sheedy will not seek another term. In a release sent Monday afternoon, Sheedy says she would like to spend more time with her family. Sheedy has been on the city council since 2000 representing the area north of the...