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Arrest warrant issued for woman accused of helping son cover up killing of 6-year-old

Lisa Suzanne Burton, the woman accused of helping her son cover up the killing of 6-year-old Jadianna Larson in 2015, has a warrant out for her arrest Friday after failing to appear before a Sacramento judge to set a trial date in the girl’s death.

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Game change at Golden 1: Halftime features Super Smash Bros.

The Sacramento Kings home court turned into a digital battleground Wednesday night as two video gamers went head-to-head during halftime at the Golden 1 Center. Just over 17,000 people watched as Nairoby “Nairo” Quezada, 20, a professional gamer with a team affiliated with the NRG ESports organization, beat Caleb Patton, 20, from Hayward, during an intense 5-minute game of Super Smash Bros. It was a short taste of what some of the Kings owners expect will be a much more significant presence for professional video game play in Sacramento’s new downtown arena.

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City council critical of police not releasing video by deadline

Interim Sacramento police chief Brian Louie was taken to task by council members during Tuesday night's City Hall meeting for failing to produce on deadline video of a police-involved shooting. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and City Council member Angelique Ashby were particularly critical.

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President Trump: 'Bad things are going to happen to Obamacare'

President Trump says he is moving on from the congressional health care bill after Speaker Paul Ryan failed to gather enough votes to pass it through the House of Representatives. In a statement after the bill's failure was announced, the president said that Obamacare would prove to be a disaster in 2017 and that Democrats would eventually work with him to draft a replacement.

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City council critical of police not releasing video by deadline

Interim Sacramento police chief Brian Louie was taken to task by council members during Tuesday night's City Hall meeting for failing to produce on deadline video of a police-involved shooting. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and City Council member Angelique Ashby were particularly critical.
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City council critical of police not releasing video by deadline 1:41

City council critical of police not releasing video by deadline

President Trump: 'Bad things are going to happen to Obamacare' 1:19

President Trump: 'Bad things are going to happen to Obamacare'

Rep. Pelosi says GOP should've taken time to develop health care bill 1:13

Rep. Pelosi says GOP should've taken time to develop health care bill

Students can sleep in thanks to later start times at Davis middle schools 0:51

Students can sleep in thanks to later start times at Davis middle schools