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Filmmakers aim to bring Hollywood to AuburnBringing Hollywood to Placer County, a local business is working to turn Auburn into a film destination.

Demolition of the old Peach Tree Mall building in LindaA 400,000 square foot horror is finally torn down in a community in Yuba County.

SCUSD Extends Vaccination Warrant Deadline to Feb. 28The Sacramento City Unified School District announced Wednesday that it has extended its vaccination mandate deadline through the end of February.

COVID outbreak at Tuolumne County JailThirteen inmates will be released following an outbreak of COVID-19 at Tuolumne County Jail, authorities announced late Wednesday.

Police: driver ran red light and killed parent outside schoolA Jan. 13 crash at an east Sacramento intersection that left a woman dead was caused by a driver running a red light, police confirmed Wednesday.

Teenagers targeted in recent Sacramento-area shootingsCommunity activists are crying foul, saying not enough is being done to stop violence involving young people. This month alone, there have been at least four Sacramento-area shootings with teenage victims.

CBS13 PM News Update – 01/26/22The latest weather and news.

CBS13 investigates: wrong COVID test at wrong time could backfireAs the omicron variant spreads, even among vaccinees, it amplifies problems with both types of COVID-19 tests – PCR and rapid antigen tests. Now, more than ever, the wrong COVID test in the wrong phase of your illness could backfire.

Evening Forecast – 01/26/22Here is your extended 7-day forecast!

Rancho Cordova offers free test kits at the vaccination clinicThe town of Rancho Cordova held a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Wednesday afternoon where citizens and businesses were also offered testing kits.

Volcano owner waits weeks for propane, company cites ‘communication gaps’More and more viewers are contacting CBS13 about propane delivery delays after the major December storms. A woman from the small town of Volcano in Amador County contacted Kurtis after waiting weeks for her rental property’s reservoir to be filled.

Group calls for cleanup of American River ParkwayThe fires, E. coli and illegal campers along the American River Parkway led a group to ask the city and county to come up with a plan to end it.

Teenager recovers from surgery after being shot in the head by an antelopeNo motive for the shooting has been identified and no suspicious information has been released.

Colorado Fire 55% contained in Monterey CountyThe Colorado Fire in Monterey County is now at 55% containment. The crews are progressing but some evacuees cannot yet return home. The fire when hot embers from a burning pile entered nearby brush so far the fire, which started on Friday, has scorched 700 acres.

CSU tuition is not increasing for the 2022 academic yearEverything is more expensive, but not tuition for many California students. It does not increase for CSU students for the upcoming academic year. CSU Chancellor Joseph Castro made the system board meeting announcement yesterday (1/25). Tuition fees remain the same across all 23 campuses. A spokesperson for the system said tuition hikes aren’t particularly common – with only one increase in the last 11 years.

Sacramento International Airport gets $14 million for upgradesMillions of dollars are on their way to Sacramento International Airport, thanks to President Biden’s Infrastructure Act. The airport is receiving nearly $14 million to improve runway and taxiway safety. The money will also go towards replacing terminals and updating technology.

Q&A: Law Professor Leslie JacobsLeslie Gielow Jacobs, a law professor at the McGeorge School of Law and former Supreme Court clerk, joined CBS13 to talk about Justice Breyer’s decision to retire.

Governor Newsom Highlights State’s Investment in Transitioning to Zero-Emission VehiclesGovernor Newsom is in Santa Clara County to highlight the state’s investment in transitioning to zero-emission vehicles in the fight against climate change. “California is at the forefront of the spear in terms of the effects of climate change and extremes, but we’re also at the forefront of innovation, at the forefront of resolution – with a resilient mindset – to these anxieties not just for the country, but for the world more broadly,” he said. The Governor’s budget proposal includes an additional $10 billion to achieve zero-emission vehicle goals to support cars, more affordable clean trucks and buses.

Candlelight Memorial will be held Thursday for Ofc. LenehanThursday night you can show your support for the deceased Elk Grove police officer, Tyler Lenehan. A candlelight memorial is underway at the Police Department tomorrow night (1/27) at 6:30 p.m. at Laguna Palms Way. A memorial is also set up in the department hall, where those wishing to pay their respects can visit from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. until Ofc. Lenehan’s funeral.

No suspicious information has been released in the murder of a 13-year-old boyPolice have not released further details of a 13-year-old boy who was shot in Oak Park. The boy’s condition is also not available.

Sacramento Unified School District delays vaccination mandateThe mandate is now postponed to February 26.

Wednesday afternoon forecast – January 26, 2022Find out what kind of weather we’re expecting the rest of the week.

Lunch break: new productsOur producer Michael Marks has the best seasonal fruit and vegetable deals.

Modesto approves hiring of Park Rangers to patrol parksA pilot program aims to combat camping and alcohol consumption in Modesto parks.