Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
A big new building is altering the downtown skyline, brought to you by the Sacramento Kings.
Development interests have accounted for two-thirds of the contributions and independent expenditures in Sacramento County supervisor races this year, a Sacramento Bee analysis shows.
Barry Broome, the first-ever chief executive of the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council, said he still believes the region can build industries from the ground up in fields such as agriculture technology. But the homegrown strategy will take quite a while to gain traction in a community where essential ingredients such as venture capital firms are still scarce.
A mentally ill African American man is killed after being shot at least 16 times by Sacramento police and those of us on the outside are left with unanswered questions as city leaders circle the wagons.
As charged in a lawsuit the Brown family filed Wednesday in El Dorado County Superior Court, school authorities failed to get out in front of the head injury risk the sport poses to every player stepping onto the field.
6) Popular on Facebook: UC Davis could face furniture bill after former Chancellor Katehi departs house
If Linda P.B. Katehi takes all of her furniture when she vacates the UC Davis chancellor’s residence next month, the university will have to replace tens of thousands of dollars in sofas, chairs and other furnishings for a spacious public area used to entertain guests.
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