Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
The Police Department will meet with city officials on Tuesday to decide whether to pursue an internal affairs investigation into the July shooting death of Joseph Mann. Officer John Tennis, one of two officers who fired shots, may have inflicted the injury that killed another suspect in 1997. The families of those two victims are waiting to see if police accountability has changed in the decades between the deaths.
The national wave of fear over creepy clowns hit Sacramento this week, with schools across the region reporting threatening messages and a boy arrested in Marysville. Clowns who depend on entertaining for a living worry the fear could hurt their business.
Kings newcomer Matt Barnes is a burning man, even in the preseason, and when he lit up JaVale McGee, it stoked his coach and teammates and sent smoke signals to the rest of the league. There’s something different about this year’s Kings team, and it’s not just the new arena that Paul McCartney opened last this week with a bang heard from here to back in the U.S.S.R.
Donald Trump has been characterized as Hitler, but Trump’s nationalism and the nationalist sentiment of many of his supporters is quintessentially American. Alexander Hamilton was a nationalist. Daniel Webster and Abraham Lincoln were nationalists.
5) Popular on Twitter: Tahoe’s historic Fanny Bridge replacement project about to begin
A Sacramento construction company has won a $30 million contract to help Lake Tahoe officials unblock one of the basin’s worst traffic jams.
6) Popular on Facebook: Watch Jake Browning set school record as Washington routs Oregon
Folsom High graduate Jake Browning threw for 304 yards and a school-record six touchdowns and ran for two more scores and No. 5 Washington snapped a 12-game losing streak against Oregon with a 70-21 victory on Saturday night.
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