Ami In The News
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Korean War veterans were honored with an Ambassador of Peace medal at the State Capitol on Friday.
U.S. Rep. Ami Bera, D-Elk Grove, and the South Korean Ambassador to the United States, Lee Soo-hyuck, held a ceremony for about a dozen veterans who attended the ceremony at the Purple Heart Memorial.
Fox40: The President also made comments about North Korea at the NRA meeting saying he is going to calm down the rhetoric. We have Congressman Ami Bera joining us now, thanks for being with us.
BERA: Glad to be on
FOX 40: This week local leaders are gathering in the nation’s capital to tackle a whole number of issues. And we sent our very own Paul Robins to Washington DC for the 48th Annual Capitol to Capitol. He is live at the leadership breakfast at the Mayflower Hotel. Good morning, Paul, leave it to you to find breakfast first thing.
On Saturday, eight members of a local American Legion Riders chapter roared up on motorcycles for a flag retirement ceremony of a faded and tattered flag flying at the Sylvan Ranch Community Garden in Citrus Heights.
I'm excited to share with you a major step forward for the support of space exploration in the U.S. Congress: the official formation of the new Planetary Science Caucus.
Elk Grove-South County Democratic Club Treasurer Nancy Fox said that her husband, World War II veteran Bill Fox, recently received timely assistance after she contacted U.S. Rep. Ami Bera, D-Elk Grove.
Bill, a Wilton resident who is currently under hospice care, is suffering from dementia, cannot walk without using a walker, and has one kidney that is operating at 28 percent.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) — Thousands of people marched peacefully through the streets of Sacramento on Monday to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The civil rights leaders was a firm advocate of nonviolence and was killed by an assassin's bullet almost 50 years ago.
Veterans services in Sacramento County got a nice shot in the arm last year with the Mather Veterans Village modern housing complex for veterans, and now money for Phase II has been approved. With more than 92,000 vets living in the Sacramento area, support for those who were homeless and disabled was virtually nonexistent before Mather Veterans Village opened last August.