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February 4, 2015 8:00 AM

Television review: ‘Saul’ a worthy spinoff to ‘Breaking Bad’

The new series ‘Better Call Saul’ premieres Sunday on AMC.

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The problem at Rollins Dam in Nevada County

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Welcome to the new Sacramento Community Center Theater

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Watch helicopters draw water from reservoir to drop on Thomas Fire

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Be careful with Christmas laser-light displays - pilots will thank you

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Alex Padilla on sexual harassment allegations at the Capitol

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Why this Placer County dam keeps getting cited in inspection reports

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See National Zoo's panda take a roll in the snow

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