Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
The scandal that shook the city of Bell seven years ago casts a long shadow.
Getting attacked by an aggressive dog is a persistent fear among runners, bikers and other regular users of the American River Parkway.
The Sacramento region added more people in 2016 than during any other year since the housing market infamously overheated and collapsed a decade ago, according to estimates from the California Department of Finance. But growth rates remain far below levels seen during the housing boom.
Rep. Greg Walden, a warm and amusing Republican, has led efforts to repeal Obamacare. What will come of babies with terrible congenital heart defects?
5) Popular on Twitter: White Chocolate is back, shooting when the popcorn’s poppin’
Jason Williams is one on a list of former NBA players set to compete in the new BIG3 League, an eight-team, 3-on-3, half-court league founded by entertainment star Ice Cube that is scheduled to kick off June 25 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
6) Popular on Facebook: Disabled-placard abusers, it’s your day of reckoning
California’s DMV has a message for motorists using disabled placards to get close-in or free parking: The crackdown is here.
7) Popular on video: It might seem like he's just walking his dog. He's really fighting crime.
Elk Grove’s Police Department launched Paws on Patrol, a neighborhood watch effort that asks dog owners to monitor crime activity as they walk past homes.