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Missing Man From Truckee Still Not Found

Missing Man From Truckee Still Not Found

Missing Man From Truckee Still Not Found The Nevada County Sheriff is asking for your help in locating a Truckee man who went missing weeks ago. At approximately 12:30 pm, on January 13, 2015, the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a Missing Person in the Hirschdale area…

Are Rocklin Residents Experiencing Power Outages, Is It A Prank?

Are Rocklin Residents Experiencing Power Outages, Is It A Prank?

Rocklin Police department has received numerous calls over the past few weeks of power outages in the Sierra Creek Subdivision, at Brookfield Circle, Ryan Taylor, and Brookcrest Court. Residents have experienced 6-7 electrical power shut-offs at the breaker box. Responsible party or parties are suspected of opening the breaker box…

Crab, Crab, And More Crab At Sierra College Patron’s Crab Feed

Crab, Crab, And More Crab At Sierra College Patron’s Crab Feed

There will be a lot of crab feeds to choose from this time of year, but Sierra College assures you that this one is the Best Deal. The Sierra College Patron’s Crab and Shrimp Feed will be held on Friday, February 6 at the historic Blue Goose Fruit Sheds.  The…

Second Suspect Arrested In Nevada County Shooting

Second Suspect Arrested In Nevada County Shooting

Second Suspect Arrested In Nevada County Shooting A second suspect has been arrested in a Nevada County shooting from January 2nd. The suspect is the brother of a man already in custody on the same shooting incident earlier this month. William Dale Carman, 58, was booked into county jail on…

CHP Officer Fired Upon During Routine Stop

CHP Officer Fired Upon During Routine Stop

CHP Officer Fired Upon During Routine Stop A California Highway Patrol officer was reportedly fired upon Friday morning in Auburn. CHP spokesman Officer David Martinez said that the officer was on a routine traffic stop on westbound I-80 at Nevada Street when he heard shots fired in his direction as…

California Enters Its 4th Year In Drought

California Enters Its 4th Year In Drought

California Enters Its 4th Year In Drought Placer County Water Agency said Friday in a press release that the continuing dry weather is a concern. An update on current precipitation and water storage was presented Thursday Jan. 15th, to the PCWA Board of Directors by Deputy Director of Technical Services Tony…

Man Who Car-Jacked And Left Family Arrested

Man Who Car-Jacked And Left Family Arrested

Roseville Police made an arrest from Monday’s car-jacking incident that took place on Douglas Boulevard. Officers arrested Michael Anthony Milan, 33, of Sacramento, on suspicion of stealing a vehicle in Roseville while a woman and a young girl were still inside the car. Roseville PD was already in the area…

A Gift From Above

A Gift From Above

A Gift From Above It was a long drive home from San Louis Obispo for Lisa Swisley, and what better way to kill time then listening to a book on tape.  It was a book she gave to her grandfather before he passed away,  Mitch Albom’s  “Five People You Meet…

Arrest Made in Weimar Murder Case from 24 Years Ago

Arrest Made in Weimar Murder Case from 24 Years Ago

Placer County Sheriff’s Detectives made an arrest in a cold case murder from twenty-four years ago. Placer County Sheriff’s detectives have arrested the man believed responsible for killing a couple shot to death in their home on Ponderosa Way in Weimar. The suspect, Joseph Victor Foster, was arrested at Soledad…

Placer County Speaks Up Regarding Pending Law Suit By The City Of Auburn

Placer County Speaks Up Regarding Pending Law Suit By The City Of Auburn

Placer County has issued a statement regarding the potential law suite against them by the City of Auburn regarding the proposed Costco site. The press release said that they regret that the City of Auburn has chosen to sue Placer County in an effort to stop the Costco project before…