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Things get a little rowdy at troubled Northern California water district 1:19

Things get a little rowdy at troubled Northern California water district

Trump says any NFL player who sits during anthem is 'son of a bitch' and should be fired 0:51

Trump says any NFL player who sits during anthem is 'son of a bitch' and should be fired

How bots are taking over our lives 1:41

How bots are taking over our lives

Video leads to arrest of burglary suspect 0:31

Video leads to arrest of burglary suspect

Farm-to-Fork draws large crowds at Capitol Mall 0:39

Farm-to-Fork draws large crowds at Capitol Mall

Spencer Webb of Christian Brothers prepares for Friday night football 0:54

Spencer Webb of Christian Brothers prepares for Friday night football

'Run, Bernie, run,' San Francisco crowd chants 0:21

'Run, Bernie, run,' San Francisco crowd chants

Shanahan: 'We just need to get better' 2:53

Shanahan: 'We just need to get better'

Two men die in tandem skydiving accident near Lodi 0:22

Two men die in tandem skydiving accident near Lodi

Watch the trailer from 'And Then They Came For Us' 1:39

Watch the trailer from 'And Then They Came For Us'

Parents share challenges they face with children who have rare genetic mutation

In August 2017, families with children who have a rare genetic mutation gathered with scientists at a hotel in suburban Washington, DC, at the invitation of Sacramento lobbyist Joe Lang, whose daughter Jordan has the disorder. Will and Lisa McCarty of Fresno came with their son, Liam. The mutation is on a gene known as PPP2R5D.
Dan Morain The Sacramento Bee
Parents share challenges they face with children who have rare genetic mutation 2:25

Parents share challenges they face with children who have rare genetic mutation

Homeless in Sacramento 2:57

Homeless in Sacramento

Sacramento homeowner talks about believing in Habitat for Humanity 1:00

Sacramento homeowner talks about believing in Habitat for Humanity

Weeds take over neglected Sleep Train Arena site 0:31

Weeds take over neglected Sleep Train Arena site