UC Davis chancellor acknowledges missteps, says she seeks improvement
Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi apologized for mistakes she and her staff made during her seven-year tenure and committed to setting up oversight committees to avoid future missteps. Katehi, 62, met with The Sacramento Bee’s editorial board and reporters after a series of Bee articles described her paid positions on corporate boards and UC Davis’ hiring of consultants to cleanse the school’s online reputation after the 2011 pepper spraying of students.
Two decades after California voters authorized medical marijuana, the state’s massive cannabis industry is entering a new era. New laws mandate a sweeping regulatory regime. Lori Ajax is the chief of the fledgling Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation, and she’s never tried cannabis.
bout one out of every 135 adults in Sacramento County now has a license to carry. Sacramento County had the third-highest number of concealed carry permit holders in California at the end of 2015, behind Fresno and Orange counties, a review of data from the California Department of Justice shows.
4) A talker: That time Prince booted Kim Kardashian off stage
A story surfaces a few days after Prince’s death about the time he booted Kim Kardashian off the stage when she refused to dance at one of his concerts.
5) Popular on Twitter: West Sacramento gang member convicted of dissuading witness
Eric Lovett, a West Sacramento man identified by authorities as a Broderick Boy Gang member, has been convicted of dissuading a witness in an attempted murder case.
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7) Popular on Facebook: Slam dunk? Airball? Social media reacts to Kings’ leaked new logos