Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
Public documents show that Jenny Williamson voluntarily closed the six-bed facility, effective June 14, amid a flurry of state inspections that found numerous violations, including inadequate staffing levels and no current administrator working at the home.
The city of Sacramento has more people, employees and demand for services than any other city in the region. But Sacramento generally pays its employees less than workers in nearby suburbs, potentially creating recruitment and retention problems, according to a Sacramento Bee analysis of more than 13,000 local government employee salaries.
As voters prepare to decide Proposition 62 to abolish capital punishment and Proposition 66 intended to speed it up, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation led a tour of this state’s death row last week.
If it’s true that we are judged by the company we keep, then what are voters to say about Bera and Jones?
5) Popular on Twitter: Tears, hugs follow jurors' $3.1 million award to whistleblower in teacher credentialing case
A Sacramento woman fired from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing after disclosing a three-year backlog in teacher misconduct complaints has won a $3.1 million jury verdict in a lawsuit against the agency and two of its executives.
6) Popular on Facebook: ‘Pokémon Go’ mobs thin in Sacramento area
More than a month after “Pokémon Go” set off a craze across the country, the smartphone game that allows people to “capture” the colorful critters appears to have tapered off in Sacramento.
7) Popular on video: Visit Sacramento's newly opened downtown railyard
After decades hidden away, Sacramento’s massive railyard officially opened its doors to the public Friday, ushering in what officials predict will be a building boom in the northwest corner of downtown for decades to come.