Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
Employees at Intel’s campus in Folsom last week began receiving checks for thousands of dollars as part of a $415 million settlement of a lawsuit involving some of the tech industry’s biggest players.
Thirteen local government employees in the capital region received lump-sum payments of more than $100,000 in 2014, The Sacramento Bee found in an analysis of data from the State Controller’s Office.
A group of activists is calling on Sacramento Regional Transit to sever ties with an international security firm that has been hit with allegations of human rights violations.
This is what the new digital-age cannabiz economy looks like.
5. Popular on Twitter: Del Rodgers, KCRA sports director and ex-NFL back, accused of DUI
Rodrick “Del” Rodgers, the on-air sports director at Sacramento’s Channel 3 (KCRA-TV), was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence earlier this week, authorities said Saturday.
6. Popular on Facebook: Land Park resident Jack Peyton found family of friends through bulldog Rosebud
Jack Peyton had two families, but it wasn’t until his death that each began to learn more about the other, thanks to his bulldog Rosebud.
7. Popular on video: SacAnime at Sacramento Convention Center
SacAnime convention draws a large crowd to the Sacramento Convention Center on Saturday, January 2, 2016.