Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
The inconsistency in how officers treat “edged weapons” has sparked a polarizing debate around a single question: Just how dangerous is a knife?
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The Loyalton retirees soon may have the unwanted distinction of becoming the first in the state to see their promised retirement benefits slashed because of their former employers’ inability to pay into the public pension fund.
A student’s Facebook post about an October rap concert has exposed racial tensions at UC Davis, prompting a meeting between black leaders and university officials and a shutdown of the event’s Facebook page.
It’s not every day that a registered sex offender sues his victim on his way to jail because she and her family called him a rapist on Facebook.
5) Popular on Twitter: Sacramento’s new downtown palace dazzles thousands
For many, the Golden 1 Center open house was almost a spiritual experience – a reflection of the little-town-that-could, and testament to a changing urban landscape.
6) Popular on Facebook: Editorial: After weeks of silence, police dashcam video explains plenty
So now we know why the Sacramento Police Department fought so hard to keep any audio or video of what happened to a mentally ill homeless man away from the public.
7) Popular on video: Golden 1 Center architect says arena has 'muscular athleticism'
Rob Rothblatt of AECOM talks about Golden 1 Center arena's massive front hangar doors and balconies.