Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
A California tax agency called “duplicative” or worse for nearly a century by government reformers had its closest call with destruction when the Terminator came looking for it.
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A multimillion-dollar resurfacing job on the Highway 50 bridge over the Sacramento River has failed – mysteriously, officials say – and will have to be scrapped and replaced this summer at three times the original cost.
To describe what Erica and Nathan Cunningham do is easy. They buy vacant lots no one else wants and build houses no one else thinks are possible.
Coming soon to a criminal courtroom near you: the trial of a man who crammed a pie in the face of former Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson last fall.
5) Popular on Twitter: Diverse background makes Ahkello Witherspoon intriguing draft prospect for 49ers, others
Ahkello Witherspoon is good – very good – at a lot of things, and not just sports.
6) Popular on Facebook: Morning-after pill now available through vending machine at UC Davis
A vending machine at UC Davis dispensing an emergency contraceptive, known as the morning-after pill, may be one of the first of its kind on a university campus.
7) Popular on video: From Elk Grove to Beyoncé’s tour, young dancer gets in 'Formation'
For the 2012 graduate of Cosumnes Oaks High School in Elk Grove, April 27, 2016, marked a heady new chapter in Kendra Bracy’s career.