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  • Woodcreek Timberwolves wr, Malcolm Thomas jr. (9) takes a swing pass and runs 52 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter on Friday night, September 19, 2014 in the game between Ponderosa and Woodcreek at Woodcreek High School in Roseville.Thomas scored three touchdowns ans had an interception in Friday nights game. To see a gallery of images from the game, click here.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    A vehicle near one of several homes that burned in the recent King fire near Icehouse in El Dorado County on Friday, September 19, 2014. View a photo gallery.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
  • California Wildfires
    A firefighter, left, unties her boots before climbing into one of the dozens of tents used to house personnel coming off the fire lines from the King Fire, at the base camp in Placerville, Calif., Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Wayne Allen Huntsman pleaded not guilty to an arson charge Friday in El Dorado County Superior Court. He was being held on $10 million bail after authorities said he started the blaze.
    Rich Pedroncelli | AP
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    King fire arson suspect Wayne Allen Huntsman enters the courtroom for arraignment in El Dorado County Superior Court in Placerville on Friday, September 19, 2014. Huntsman is a 37-year-old area resident with a criminal history that includes convictions for assault with a deadly weapon, theft, vehicle theft and receiving stolen property. The massive King Fire, which has charred roughly 71,000 acres of forest in El Dorado and Placer counties since Saturday and threatens 12,000 homes.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
  • APTOPIX Hong Kong Apple iPhone
    People wait to buy the new Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, outside an Apple store in Hong Kong Friday morning, Sept. 19, 2014. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were released on Friday in Hong Kong.
    Vincent Yu | AP
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    The setting sun is colored by thick smoke near Uncle Tom's Cabin in El Dorado County on Thursday, September 18, 2014. The King fire has burned over 70,000 acres.
    Randall Benton | rbenton@sacbee.com
  • APTOPIX South Korea Asian Games Opening Ceremony
    A young artist performs during the opening ceremony for the 17th Asian Games at Incheon Asiad Main Stadium in Incheon, South Korea, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014.
    Rob Griffith | AP
  • APTOPIX Britain WW1 Memorial
    Pearly Kings and Queens plant poppies at the Tower of London in London, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' is the evolving art installation at the tower, and 888,246 poppies will be planted in the moat by volunteers with the last poppy being planted on Nov. 11 2014. Each poppy represents a British or Colonial fatality in the First World War.
    Kirsty Wigglesworth | AP
  • APTOPIX Mideast Yemen
    Hawthi Shiite rebels hold Friday prayers during a demonstration demanding the government to step down in Sanaa, Yemen, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Shiite rebels and Sunni militiamen battled in the streets of the Yemeni capital for a second day Friday in fighting that has killed at least 120 people, driven thousands from their homes and virtually shut down the country's main airport. The battles are raising fears of greater sectarian conflict, unseen for decades in Yemen.
    Hani Mohammed | AP
  • APTOPIX Britain Scotland
    Ballot boxes are opened as counting begins in the Scottish Independence Referendum for the Aberdeenshire Council area, Aberdeen, Scotland, Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. As the polls closed late Thursday and the vote counting began, many Scots settled in to stay up all night in homes and bars to watch the results. A nationwide count began immediately at 32 regional centers across Scotland.
    Scott Heppell | AP
  • APTOPIX Britain Scotland
    No supporters for the Scottish independence referendum celebrate a result at a No campaign event at a hotel in Glasgow, Scotland, early Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. From the capital of Edinburgh to the far-flung Shetland Islands, Scots embraced a historic moment Û and the rest of the United Kingdom held its breath Û after voters turned out in unprecedented numbers for an independence referendum that could end the country's 307-year union with England.
    Matt Dunham | AP
  • APTOPIX China Daily Life
    A worker talks on a mobile phone in front of decorations at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Hundreds of thousands foreign and domestic tourists are expected to flock to the square to celebrate National Day, the 65th anniversary of the founding of People's Republic of China, on Oct. 1.
    Vincent Thian | AP
  • APTOPIX Philippines Storm
    A resident balances himself on a makeshift floater as he evacuates to safety after heavy monsoon rains spawned by tropical storm Fung-Wong flooded Marikina city, east of Manila, Philippines and most parts of the metropolis Friday, Sept.19, 2014. Heavy rains due to a storm and the seasonal monsoon caused widespread flooding Friday in the Philippine capital and nearby provinces, shutting down schools and government offices.
    Bullit Marquez | AP
  • APTOPIX India Kashmir Floods
    A Kashmiri stands near a doll smeared with mud inside a flood damaged house in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. The floods engulfed much of Kashmir two weeks ago, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless in both the Indian- and Pakistani-administered areas of the disputed territory.
    Dar Yasin | AP
  • APTOPIX Brazil Climates Change
    Christ the Redeemer statue is lit up with the words that read in Portuguese "21 September, March for the Climate," in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Sept.18, 2014. The statue was lit up in as a symbolic warning to the dangers of climate change. This event is in support of the Global People’s Climate March, scheduled for the next Sunday, which is asking for solutions to combat global climate change, in advance of the United Nations Climate Summit to be held on September 23.
    Silvia Izquierdo | AP
  • APTOPIX Spain Catalonia Independence
    People wave “estelada” flags, that symbolize Catalonia's independence, during a demonstration calling for the independence of Catalonia in Barcelona, Spain, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. A day after Scotland rejected breaking away from Britain, the regional parliament in Spain's Catalonia is expected to grant its leader the power to call a secession referendum that the central government in Madrid says would be illegal. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has vowed to prevent the Nov. 9 vote that separatist Catalans want to hold in the wealthy Mediterranean region of 7.5 million people. Spain's constitution doesn't allow referendums that do not include all Spaniards and experts say Spain's Constitutional Court would rule the vote illegal. The referendum in Catalonia wouldn't result in secession; it would ask Catalans whether they favor secession. If the answer is Yes, Catalan regional leader Artur Mas says that would give him a political mandate to negotiate a path toward independence.
    Manu Fernandez | AP
  • APTOPIX Sierra Leone Ebola
    An empty local market area is seen, as Sierra Leone government enforces a three day lock-down on movement of all people in a attempt to fight the Ebola virus, in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Thousands of health workers began knocking on doors across Sierra Leone on Friday in search of hidden Ebola cases with the entire West African nation locked down in their homes for three days in an unprecedented effort to combat the deadly disease.
    Michael Duff | AP
  • APTOPIX Mideast Iraq Imperiled Antiquities
    This Monday, Sept. 15, 2014 photo shows, bas-relief displayed at the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad. For more than 5,000 years, numerous civilizations have left their mark on upper Mesopotamia _ from Assyrians and Akkadians to Babylonians and Romans. Their ancient, buried cities, palaces and temples packed with monumental art are scattered across what is now northern Iraq and eastern Syria. Now much of that archaeological wealth is under the control of extremists from the Islamic State group. They have already destroyed some of that heritage in their zealotry to uproot what they see as heresy.
    Hadi Mizban | AP
  • Mossbrae falls seen on Monday, September 08, 2014 in Dunsmuir Calif. Mossbrae falls is accessible by following the train tracks upstream from Dunsmuir. Access to the falls is currently prohibited as officials find a safer way to reach the falls. View a photo gallery.
    Brian Nguyen | bnguyen@sacbee.com
  • The Palko family left to right, Petey,7, Peter, Abigail, 11, Samara, and Ruth,9, sitting on the stairs leading to the front porch of the Williams/Palko house built in the late nineteenth century Monday September 8, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Today, the Palkos open their doors to about a thousand expected guests during the 39th annual Sacramento Old City Association tour. View a photo gallery.
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. | pkitagaki@sacbee.com
  • Workers remove the facade of the old Men's Macys on Thursday, September 18, 2014 in Sacramento Calif.
    Brian Nguyen | bnguyen@sacbee.com
  • California GOP
    An attendee at the California GOP convention walks past a wall of campaign posters Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, in Los Angeles. Capturing even one statewide office remains a long shot, but Republicans at least hope to pick up some legislative seats by running moderate candidates.
    Chris Carlson | AP
  • Apple iPhone
    Jianing Hong, sleeps as she waits in line with other customers for the opening of the Apple Store for the launch and sale of the new iPhone 6 on Friday, Sept 19, 2014 Palo Alto, Calif.
    TONY AVELAR | AP
  • Texas Storms
    Authorities search for Travis County Sheriff's Deputy Jessica Hollis in Austin, Texas on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Later in the day, officials said her body was found after she was swept into Lake Austin when heavy rains flooded parts of Central Texas early Thursday. She was patrolling low water crossings looking for people in danger in the 3400 block of Fritz Hughes Park Road, according to a spokesman with the sheriff's office.
    Laura Skelding | AP
  • Stella, the world’s first solar-powered family car.
    Andre Snoeck with Solar Team Eindhoven from the Netherlands, tucks his head while exiting Stella, the world’s first solar-powered family car, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, at UC Davis West Village.
    Lezlie Sterling | lsterling@sacbee.com
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