Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
Jerry Kresge is like many others in rural California who contend they are being smothered by the federal government and its land-management practices.
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Daniel Conway has left the mayor’s office to become an entrepreneur in the fast evolving marijuana economy.
State wildlife officials say a new gray wolf has entered far Northern California.
Downtown Sacramento’s historic D.O. Mills Bank Building could become a farm-to-fork showplace featuring a dozen high-end eating spots under plans being floated by the owners of the ornate, century-old building.
5. Popular on Twitter: TNT's Kevin Harlan recalls mesmerizing style of old Kings teams
TNT’s Kevin Harlan liked covering the Lakers-Kings rivalry said he always was impressed with how knowledgeable Kings fans were.
6. Popular on Facebook: Big-city transplant connects with River City
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7. Popular on video: In downtown Sacramento, Powerball jackpot fuels players' big dreams
Sacramento Bee reporter Ed Fletcher on Friday, Jan. 8, 2016, talked to Powerball players in downtown Sacramento, eliciting their plans for spending the $800 million jackpot if they win. "Return to work" was not a common response.