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State lawmakers are hoping to extend paid additional sick leaveGov. Newsom and state lawmakers are hoping to extend additional paid sick leave. Executives have agreed on a framework to ensure employees can receive sick pay. It aims to protect workers and support businesses at the moment of the national COVID surge. The framework would extend paid sick leave to September 30.

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Procession with police motorcycles for Ofc. LenehanElk Grove PD Ofc. Lenehan was killed on duty when he crashed head-on with a suspected DUI driver the wrong way in Sacramento.

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Weekly COVID testing event planned for Sacramento restaurant workersTwo Sacramento restaurants have partnered to offer free COVID-19 testing specifically for restaurant workers.

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UC Davis resumes face-to-face classes on January 31stThe COVID-19 positivity rate is falling in Davis.

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DUI suspect charged in murder of Elk Grove officer, due in court TuesdayThe 31-year-old suspect is drunk behind the wheel.

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Man killed in North Sacramento shootingWhat exactly led to the shooting is still under investigation.

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CBS13 News AM News update – 01/25/22The latest headlines.

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Weather forecast for Tuesday – January 25, 2022Find out what weather we’re expecting this week.

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Love Burning: Evacuees engaged after meeting at Caldor Fire Evacuation CenterA happy couple get engaged just months after they were both evacuated from their homes as strangers due to the Caldor fire.

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49ers Faithful Buy NFC Championship Game Tickets After Rams Limit First Purchase OptionsRival Los Angeles Rams tried to keep San Francisco fans away from SoFi Stadium for next weekend’s game by restricting Ticketmaster ticket sales to only the Los Angeles area. It looks like this sitting strategy is backfiring, as the dirty play made some die-hard 49ers fans all the more excited to get in.

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Lack of hydrogen filling stations leads to fuel frustrationGas station shortages lead to a brake pad on the hydrogen highway. Drivers trying to help the environment instead find their patience tested.

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Yuba City officials injured in crashThe officers were injured in a chase.

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Chemical fire concerns at CeresA fire spewed toxic chemicals into the sky on Ceres.

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Rare coastal winter wildfire rips through Monterey County, closing Highway 1A devastating winter fire sweeps through Monterey County, closing Highway 1 and forcing hundreds to evacuate. According to Cal Fire, wildfires like the Colorado Fire are rare on the coast.

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CBS13 PM News Update – 01/24/22The latest weather and news reports.

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Evening forecast – 01/24/22Here’s your 7-Day Extended Forecast!

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Questions and Answers: Supreme Court takes affirmative actionThe US Supreme Court takes affirmative action when it comes to college admissions. Lower courts have ruled that race-based decisions contribute to diversity on campus, but some Asian Americans say the concept has actually hurt them. An expert from UC Davis joined us to discuss what this could mean for California.

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Temporary bank closures affect access to lockersA Sacramento resident almost missed his trip to Mexico when he found out he didn’t have access to the locker where he kept his passport.

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Sacramento Sheriff announces candidacy for CongressSacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones is running for Congress.

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Get Answers: What Better Way to Prevent DUIs?Two recent fatal accidents in the area were caused by suspected DUI drivers.

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Agricultural utility fire forces shelter-in-place order in CeresAuthorities said a large amount of fertilizer-grade sulfur is burning in a concrete warehouse.

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Forecast for Monday noon – 01/24/22Jordan Segundo has the latest forecast for the Sacramento area.

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Lunch break: colorful peppersProducer Michael Marks talks about how colored peppers got their start in California and how they compare to green peppers.

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Some Sac City classes are returning to in-person learningSome of the courses and labs will resume in person next week. Other classes remain virtual.

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