Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
If all goes as planned, this overlooked part of the central city will emerge as one of Sacramento’s most densely populated neighborhoods.
Operators of a massive public works upgrade to the Sacramento region’s wastewater treatment plant are seeking a $4 monthly rate increase as of mid-2021 to finance continuing work at the project near Interstate 5 and Elk Grove.
It’s one thing for students to learn about civics in a classroom, another to organize clothes drives, plant community gardens or register voters.
Arden Fair mall owner Mark Friedman doesn’t mind teenagers. But he could do without the ones that come to his mall to fight and steal.
5) Popular on Twitter: Mindy Romero: It wasn’t just Russia that interfered in the election
“An assault on voting rights anywhere in our nation is an attack on our democracy,” writes the director of the California Civic Engagement Project at the UC Davis Center for Regional Change.
6) Popular on Facebook: DNA, cellphone pings link suspect to killing of Jadianna Larsen
Jadianna Larson’s clothing contained traces of DNA linked to the man accused of killing the 6-year-old Sacramento girl and setting her body on fire near a rural Glenn County road in May 2015, a detective testified at a preliminary hearing in the girl’s death.
7) Popular on video: January 1997 Northern California flood: Broken levees, mudslides, homes under water