It's been a little more than two weeks since 13-year-old Albert Einstein Middle School student Jessica Funk-Haslam was found dead in a local dugout, and no arrests have been made.
But it's still at the forefront of discussion in Rosemont, and is making headlines and around the world.
Unfortunately for Jessica' family, friends and curious residents, Sacramento County Sheriff's Department spokesman Dep. Jason Ramos said Wednesday that the department didn't have any new information to release.
"Everyone that Jessica knew or hung out with is potentially a suspect(s)," Ramos said in an email. "We are awaiting results from forensic analysis of items, but have nothing new to report in the meantime."