Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
By the turn of the century, the black homeownership rate in Sacramento County was higher than the statewide average and higher than other California urban centers such as Los Angeles and San Diego. Those days have passed.
Now that Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law billions of dollars in higher fuel taxes and vehicle fees, the state will have an estimated $52 billion more money to help cover the state’s transportation needs for the next decade.
Saturday’s SactoMoFo 10 marked the final large-scale event hosted by Sacramento Mobile Food, a company that helped launch the local mobile food craze.
5) Popular on Twitter: Fix the Kings? New exec has elevated other teams – and helped recover from a huge bust
6) Popular on Facebook: Millions of gallons of sewage water poured into streams near Lake Berryessa
Two of the state’s four biggest sewage spills this winter came from an unlikely source – a tiny wastewater district near the rolling green hills and vineyards of Napa County.
7) Popular on video: West Sacramento parents welcome scale-tipping newborn
Baby Valentino Francisco Corsetti, the third child of a West Sacramento couple, made a big entrance into the world Friday morning, weighing in at 13 pounds, 11 ounces after his birth.