Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
Despite public records requests, a federal civil rights lawsuit and an attempt by the Todd family lawyer to have the FBI investigate, it's still not clear what happened at 2 a.m. on Jan. 3, 2013.
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Desert bighorn sheep, one of the most iconic animals of California's vast desert, may seem like an unlikely resident of the nation's largest marine combat training center. And yet the animal is at home in a place about building endurance.
Anna Allen survived the most deadly avalanche in U.S. ski history, fighting through frostbite and severe dehydration during the five days she was buried beneath heavy snow and debris at Alpine Meadows.
Living up to her credo, Sacramento celebrity designer Kerrie Kelly put a lot of herself into her own 1925 bungalow. Her Fabulous 40s home has been a five-year work in progress while Kelly forged her international brand.
5. Popular on Twitter: Review: Prince enthralls with his 'Piano and Microphone' show at Oakland's Oracle Arena
Can one man and a piano create an overwhelming experience? The answer is a resounding affirmative when discussing the artist who will always be known as Prince.
6. Popular on Facebook: Park Winters offers high-end farm-to-table experience
Park Winters, a popular destination for weddings and corporate retreats, recently raised its profile by hiring chef Scott Ostrander, who had helped open midtown Sacramento's Paragary's last summer after its makeover.
7. Popular video: Spring on Daffodil Hill
For a few weeks each spring, a quiet country lane in Amador County explodes with flowers, tourists and traffic so heavy the California Highway Patrol has to manage it.