SAN FRANCISCO, CA — As the weekend wraps up, we’ve rounded up all the stories you may have missed Saturday and Sunday to prepare you for Monday.
But before we jump into the Golden State’s top stories, residents should know that the state is in the midst of a revolving door of winter storms that could continue to impact travel this week.

Forecasters warned Sunday that driving through the Sierra Nevada could be difficult for several days.
Meanwhile, rockslides closed Highway 1 in Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties Sunday afternoon as storms continue to batter California, with no estimated time to reopen the highway.

Read more about California’s wintery weekend here.
Here are some of the stories you missed in and around Northern California over the weekend.
California saw a wet and rainy Christmas as storms drenched the state, causing flash flooding and closing some major thoroughfares.
Firefighters determined that a candle left lit in the kitchen was the source of the blaze.
Thousands of people enjoyed fellowship and a free meal at Glide Memorial’s annual Christmas Day event Saturday.
The San Leandro-based community center Davis Street provided over 1,250 pre-packaged holiday baskets to families.
Rain drenched the Golden State over the holiday week, flooding roadways and leaving two people dead in a submerged car.
Rockslides closed Highway 1 on the Big Sur coast Sunday afternoon as storms continue to batter California.
The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter is encouraging people to adopt a rabbit by offering discounted adoption fees.
New Year’s Day will usher in a $1 increase in tolls on seven bridges around the Bay Area.
Police are searching for a driver who allegedly injured two California Highway Patrol officers during a chase early Sunday in Bay Point.
Drivers were told to avoid Niles Canyon Road, which was closed early Sunday morning because of debris in the roadway caused by a slide.