SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Most of November’s top stories revolved around one day: Nov. 13. That’s the day of a deadly terrorist attack in Paris, and the day a Grant High School football player was gunned down hours before a playoff game.

10. Human Remains Found At Folsom Lake Provide Glimmer Of Hope To Families Of Missing

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9. 1 Grant Union High Football Player Killed, 1 Injured In Shooting

The shooting happened around 3:24 p.m. Police say a group of people was in a vehicle along Mabel Street and Silver Eagle Road when someone fired multiple rounds at the vehicle, hitting the victim and another player.

8. Oldest Tree In Britain Changes Sex

Max Coleman of the Royal Botanic Garden recently posted in his blog that a small branch with berries on the male Fortingall Yew tree sparked his curiosity.

7. Authorities: Object Seen In Skies Across California Was Military Test Fire

A strange bright light streaked across the sky in California

6. Slain Grant HS Football Player Mourned, DeMarcus Cousins To Pay For Funeral

Friends of Jaulon Clavo say this community is determined to keep JJ’s memory alive. Clavo’s senior pictures glowed against a sea of burning candles. In the large crowd, Clavo’s mom stood strong with the community.

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5. Grant High School Students Mourn Football Player Gunned Down Hours Before Playoff Game

What was supposed to be a fun playoff game turned into a tragedy. Though the shooting happened off campus, students say the school will never be the same.

4. Sacramento State Student Recovering From Tapeworm In His Brain

His brain was still recovering after doctors performed a surgery for a diagnosis no one would have expected. He went in to see a doctor after he experienced headaches and vomiting.

3. Deftones Lead Singer: Sacramento Band, Crew Safe After Paris Attacks

The lead singer of the Sacramento band Deftones told CBS13 he is safe in a hotel room after a series of attacks rocked Paris, where he was scheduled to perform. Chino Moreno said he was at dinner earlier when shots rang out. His security team managed to him and his family back to their hotel room, where they remained on lockdown.

2. 5 Stabbed At UC Merced, Campus Closed

A stabbing was reported at the Classrooms and Office Building on campus. Police say the suspect was shot and killed.

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