Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
As weather conditions breathed new life into California wildfires, two blazes in Northern California roared into full effect, causing destruction, evacuations and emergency proclamations by Gov. Jerry Brown. Several stories contain information about the Butte and Valley fires, as well as the Rough fire burning east of Fresno.
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Low water levels change more than Folsom Lake’s aesthetics. They unveil remnants of a usually inundated Gold Rush-era town known as Mormon Island. Currently, rusted tools and trinkets, a large road bridge and withered building foundations are exposed.
After years of false starts and nearly two decades after California legalized cannabis for medical purposes, lawmakers Friday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a legislative package to regulate the billion-dollar industry.
5. Popular on Twitter: 49ers notes: Starting cornerback is a mystery; that he'll be targeted is obvious
With a lead like this, how could the story that follows not be popular?: To an offensive coordinator probing for weaknesses in his opponent, a rookie cornerback is like a straggling caribou to a hungry wolf. He’s a natural target.
6. Popular on Facebook: California Senate passes resolution to ‘dump Trump’
In the waning minutes before the state Senate adjourned for the year, Democrats adopted a resolution condemning Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump’s views on immigration and calling on Californians to divest from his many business enterprises.
7. Popular on video: Heroes of train attack honored in Sacramento hometown parade