Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
In the month since Sarah Priess was killed, allegedly by her boyfriend, William Hendrickson, families on both sides are trying to figure out what went so terribly wrong.
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More than 20 adults were arrested on prostitution related charges this week, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office announced. They were busted as part of an an undercover “John Sting” prostitution operation in the 4600 block of Watt Avenue.
Alturas Rancheria in Modoc County is going to uncommon measures to boost its numbers in an effort to make more money. One of the new members of the California Indian tribe? A white guy doing a 40-month bit in federal prison for fraud.
5) Popular on Facebook: Critics take aim at Nestle bottled water plant in Sacramento
As Californians face deepening cuts in water usage because of the drought, critics are raising concerns about tens of millions of gallons of Sacramento municipal water being tapped by a local plant that bottles and resells it at a profit.
6) Popular on Twitter: Scout speak: Learn these phrases to talk like an NFL draft expert
Think you know what you’re talking about when it comes to pro football? If so, then you must know what it means to “turn the corner like an 18-wheeler,” or being “the first guy off the bus.” Right? No? Better brush up before the NFL draft.
7) Popular on YouTube: Dog adoption discount drive big day at shelter