Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
The sanitation situation in Sacramento’s urban core has become a flashpoint in the long-running clash between social advocates and business boosters.
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During California’s epic five-year drought, most of the state’s irrigation districts didn’t comply with a 2007 law that requires them to account for how much water they’re delivering directly to farmers, a Bee investigation has found.
Sushi chef and restaurateur Steve Kwon knew it would be risky. But he decided to take the plunge anyway.
Here is a closer look at a few of the Kings’ most interesting draft adventures since their arrival in 1985.
5) Popular on Twitter: Nurses heckle Democratic leader, threaten legislators over health care
State Democrats’ three-day convention had a raucous start Friday, as liberal activists booed and heckled Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez after marching from the state Capitol to promote a universal heath care program.
6) Popular on Facebook: She’s no longer homeless, but does that make her a success story?
What does being a “success story” really mean for someone who was homeless in California?
7) Popular on video: DNC Chair Tom Perez says Trump, Putin in 'bromance'
With Trump embroiled in inquiries about his campaign’s ties to Russia and his firing of FBI Director James Comey, delegates and guests at the California Democratic Party convention were out for blood.