Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
Want to know where a judge lives? The names of the mayor’s kids? The home addresses and ages of some former county sheriffs?
The Tahoe region is bracing for – and cautiously celebrating – more snow to come.
Is there a more difficult job in Sacramento right now than being the point person for the city in its relationship with two departments – police and fire – that take up huge chunks of the budget?
Taking the top prize in the Emerald Cup is considered the cannabis equivalent of winning an Oscar, and a key way to establish clout in California’s medical marijuana economy, which is valued as high as $2.7 billion.
5) Popular on Twitter: UC Davis embroiled in another free-speech controversy
Five years after the pepper-spraying of peaceful protesters swamped UC Davis with negative publicity, another free-speech controversy thrust the normally quiet campus into the national spotlight this weekend.
6) Popular on Facebook: Chando’s Cantina will bring regional dishes from Mexico to the urban grid
This is the first Chando’s on the midtown/downtown grid, and the new concept represents a major departure from the four popular Chando’s Tacos in the area.
7) Popular on video: What is an atmospheric river?
From broken levees south of Sacramento to snowbound streets in the mountains, Northern Californians tried to mop up from this week’s storms on Friday – while bracing for another “atmospheric river” set to hit Tuesday.