Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
This was one of several stories recounting the heroics of three young men from Sacramento who stopped a heavily armed man intent on committing mass murder on a trained bound for Paris. Combined the stories represented the biggest – and most widely read – news of the weekend.
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Wolf and wildlife advocates are please and surprised by the news that a pack of the animals now lives in far-Northern California. Ranchers who raise stock the wolves could endanger see reason for caution and vigilance.
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5. Popular on Twitter: 49ers go farther afield - Arizona - for new surface
The 49ers have plenty of on-field concerns this season. They also have serious field concerns.
6. Popular on Facebook: Discoveries: Small-town charm is no facade in Ferndale
Nary a month goes by when Ferndale isn’t included in some “listicle” (Forbes, Country Living, The Huffington Post and Smithsonian, to name a few) touting America’s Best Small Towns. “Hell, we even had some Wall Street guys come in once and take pictures of us and use it in an ad, something about Main Street America,” said Joe Koches, owner of The Blacksmith Shop and a 36-year resident. “Can you believe it? I see us in this big ad that runs in The New York Times?”
7. Popular on video: Video: Progress on new Kings arena
Sacramento Kings President Chris Granger updates the status of the Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento.