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Body Cameras May Be Headed to Sacramento Police

Body Cameras May Be Headed to Sacramento Police

According to the Bee, Sacramento Police officers may soon be armed with a new tool that city officials hope will help restore community trust in law enforcement: body cameras. In a Tuesday night presentation of the Police Department’s proposed budget, which includes an increase of $3.6 million and more than…

Folsom Prostitute Pleads Guilty To Charges Of Involuntary Manslaughter

Folsom Prostitute Pleads Guilty To Charges Of Involuntary Manslaughter

Alix Tichelman, appeared before a judge in Santa Cruz and pleaded guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter and administering drugs. During the court proceedings, the judge handed down a sentence of six years to Tichelman. Tichelman, at one point, was considered a high-end prostitute.  She is accused of injecting heroin…

Man Accuses Local Montessori School Of Teaching Children To Be Terrorists

Man Accuses Local Montessori School Of Teaching Children To Be Terrorists

El Dorado County sheriff’s need help looking for a man who accused the Montessori school in Pollock Pines of teaching students to be terrorists. A deputy was called out to the school on Monday to check up on a man in a suspicious vehicle. The school reported to El Dorado…

Get Up Close To Folsom Fire Trucks, Garbage Trucks, And Even Police K9’s At City Works Day

Get Up Close To Folsom Fire Trucks, Garbage Trucks, And Even Police K9’s At City Works Day

The City of Folsom’s free “City Works Day,” a day of exploration will be open to the public tomorrow.  People of all ages are welcome to climb aboard a fire engine, sit in the driver’s seat of a garbage truck, meet adoptable animals and more at Folsom’s annual City Works Day on…

Murder Charges Filed Against Rocklin Man Who Shot His Own Father In Newcastle

Murder Charges Filed Against Rocklin Man Who Shot His Own Father In Newcastle

The Placer County District Attorney’s Office announced Monday afternoon that they have filed murder charges against 25-year-old, Robert Carlo Yandolino, of Rocklin. Yandolino is accused in the shooting death of his father Thursday morning, 58-year-old, Carlo Alexander Yandolino, of Newcastle. Yandolino was located and arrested in Rocklin by Detectives from…

Two Suspected Car Burglars Are In Custody, Thanks To A Very Helpful Witness

Two Suspected Car Burglars Are In Custody, Thanks To A Very Helpful Witness

At about 4:15 p.m. Sunday, a citizen was parked in a lot on North Sunrise Avenue, when he heard a car alarm go off. The citizen noticed that the car’s alarm failed to automatically reset, which prompted him to drive around the lot to check it out. That’s when he…

Rocklin Cyclist Collides With Big Rig In Davis Biking Event

Rocklin Cyclist Collides With Big Rig In Davis Biking Event

Early Saturday morning in Davis, a Rocklin bicyclist was killed in a crash while he was participating in an organized bike ride known as the Davis Double Century. The accident took place just after 5:00 a.m. at the intersection of Sparling Lane and Tremont Road, adjacent to I-80. Officers said…

A $50,000 Robbery In Lincoln Lands Two Men In Jail

A $50,000 Robbery In Lincoln Lands Two Men In Jail

A $50,000 Robbery Lands Two Men In Jail On Saturday morning, Lincoln Police Department responded to a robbery alarm at the U.S. Bank.  Officers said that an unarmed man had entered the bank and passed along a note to a teller demanding money.   Bank officials said that he got away…

Local Middle School Teacher Investigated For Inappropriate Conduct With Student

Local Middle School Teacher Investigated For Inappropriate Conduct With Student

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department said on Thursday, that a Foothill Ranch Middle School teacher is currently being investigated for allegedly engaging in inappropriate conduct with a student. On Friday, Twin Rivers Unified officials became aware of the allegations through social media and that’s when law enforcement was notified. The…

Meet KAHI’s New Morning News Host

Meet KAHI’s New Morning News Host

                  KAHI Radio’s General Manager, Jerry Henry, announced today that KAHI News Host, Bob Stephenson, is leaving the KAHI Morning News and will be replaced by newcomer, Sarah McCormick, starting Monday, May 18th. “Bob will continue to contribute news during a transition…