Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
In the months since Mike Lehmkuhl’s death, his brother Jack and father, Ray, have wrestled with questions that will never be answered.
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The planned retirement of a popular restaurateur coupled with a bureaucratic mistake has sparked soul searching in Oak Park about whether to add liquor stores in an area working hard to overcome its troubled past.
Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, had scared Washington Espinoza into becoming an American.
The neighborhood currently has the most juice, and also plenty of premises-made gourmet coffee and craft beer, of any in Sacramento outside midtown and downtown.
5) Popular on Twitter: 6 things to look for when the Legislature returns
August is shaping up to be a busy month for California legislators, who return from their summer recess Monday to face a number of pressing issues.
6) Popular on Facebook: Minimum-wage increase sinks Roseville bookstore, owner says
Bibliophile Kelley Ulmer closed her Almost Perfect Book Store on Wednesday after 25 years of business at Rocky Ridge Drive and Douglas Boulevard in Roseville, saying that the added expense from minimum-wage increases had made it impossible for her to continue operating.
7) Popular on video: Golden 1 Center is getting ready for its debut
Sacramento Bee reporter Ryan Lillis got a tour of the new Sacramento arena, Golden 1 Center, for a look at the new features and an update on construction.