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Week 1: El Camino 28, Colfax 13

SACRAMENTO, CA - The El Camino Eagles defeated The Colfax Tigers, 28-13 Friday night.

Next Friday, EL Camino will host Jesuit, while Union Mine will host Colfax.

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Friday Night Football Forecast

SACRAMENTO, CA     A cooling breeze will make for comfortable Friday night football weather. Temperatures cool quickly after sunset at 7:37pm.

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Why you may want to double check your next Chipotle bill

One of America's leading burrito chains was caught pinching customers' pennies recently.

An article in the Huffington Post revealed two conscientious New Jersey Chipotle customers noticed their checks were rounded up to the nearest even amount.

When Star-Ledger reporter, Karen Price, investigated the claim, she found Chipotle's registers did indeed round up, as well as down to the nearest nickel.

"The idea is simply to limit the possible combinations of change on cash transactions to keep the lines moving quickly in high volume areas," spokesman Chris Arnold informed the Star-Ledger.

Arnold later told the New York Times that Chipotle has not seen any profit from the practice.

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UPDATE: Victim identified in fatal Sacramento apt. shooting

SACRAMENTO, CA - A 25-year-old man fatally shot at a Sacramento apartment complex Tuesday night was identified as Timothy Jacob Schweiss by the Sacramento County Coroner's Office. 

According to Sacramento County sheriff's spokesman Deputy Jason Ramos, the shooting happened about 10:45 p.m. at the Somerset Apartments at 2526 Edison Avenue.  

Ramos said the victim was found in the street near the entrance of the complex with a gunshot wound to his upper body.  Paramedics arrived and transported Schweiss to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead.    

Investigators believe Schweiss was involved in an argument with several other men in the parking lot when shots were fired, Ramos said.

Preliminary evidence indicated Schweiss was shot in the parking lot then made his way out to the street.

In-N-Out severs ties with Calif. slaughterhouse under probe

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - A major fast food retailer has severed its ties with a central California slaughterhouse being investigated to see if beef from sick cattle entered the human food supply.

In-N-Out Burger bought beef from the Central Valley Meat Co. of Hanford, Calif., until the U.S. Department of Agriculture closed the plant Monday after receiving a video authorities said showed inhumane treatment.

The USDA says it's investigating.

Mark Taylor, chief operating officer, said Tuesday his company "severed our supplier relationship" upon becoming aware of the situation.

He said suppliers must agree in writing to not distribute beef from sick cattle and to abide by standards for humane treatment of cattle.

The video shot by Compassion Over Killing shows animals being shot, shocked and kicked to get them to slaughter.