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Weekend catch-up: 7 stories you don’t want to miss

Sacramento City College staff member Diana Daniels tearfully collects her thoughts to add to a banner at Sacramento City College in Sacramento on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, the day after a young man was shot and killed on the campus.
Sacramento City College staff member Diana Daniels tearfully collects her thoughts to add to a banner at Sacramento City College in Sacramento on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, the day after a young man was shot and killed on the campus. rbenton@sacbee.com

Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.

1. Sacramento City College tries to cope with deadly burst of violence

With a killer on the loose and questions about why it happened swirling, students and staff at Sacramento City College tried to come to terms with the deadly violence that broke out on their normally lively but peaceful campus the day before, leaving one man dead and another seriously wounded.

2. Sacramento nightclub Faces celebrates 30 years of inclusion

Since opening in 1985, Faces has been at the center for LGBT businesses, including bars such as The Depot and the Mercantile Saloon, an anchor where a new wave of merchants, including LowBrau and other MARRS-building tenants, are bringing a different demographic to this lively area.

3. Coolhand Jake Browning impresses in debut as Washington Huskies QB

He began making his name as an athletic standout as quarterback for Folsom High School, but Jake Browning has wasted little time moving into the next phase of his career, now as QB for Washington, where he earned the starting job as a true freshman.

4. A talker: Anything and all things San Francisco 49ers

From the ongoing fascination with Australian import Jarryd Hayne, to roster moves anticipating the opening of the 2015 season, to bolstering an offensive line that is punctuated with question marks, stories about the 49ers get eyes on them.

5. Popular on Twitter: Nick Moody cut as 49ers reduce roster to 53 players

Yes, it’s more 49ers news, but – especially this time of year – information about the team as written by The Sacramento Bee’s Matt Barrows is far and away the star of the Twitter-verse.

6. Popular on Facebook: Migrants flow west on Hungarian trains; 13,000 reach Austria

7. Popular on video: Video of gunman shooting driver in passing vehicle in Sacramento released

Sacramento Police released surveillance video in the case of a 20-year-old man who was shot as he drove his vehicle as investigators attempt to identify the gunman. The truck and the sedan can be seen on Meadowview Road at the right side of the sc

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