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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…

Police Search For Murder Suspect In Newcastle On Thursday

Police Search For Murder Suspect In Newcastle On Thursday

Placer County Sheriff’s and other law enforcement, searched a neighborhood in Newcastle for a gunman after one man was shot to death and another was hurt. According to PCSO, an unidentified man was shot in the head on Oakhurst Way and died from his injuries.  Police also said that a…

CHP Helps Kids Learn To Bike Safely

CHP Helps Kids Learn To Bike Safely

On May 28, the California Highway Patrol of Gold Run, will be hosting a bicycle rodeo for students at Alta-Dutch Flat Elementary. As part of bike safety month, the Bike Rodeo is a clinic featuring demonstrations by officers on bike safety inspections, helmet fittings, instruction on rules of the road…

Sacramento PD Wants Your Help In Identifying Suspect Who Is Wanted In Two Separate Bank Robberies

Sacramento PD Wants Your Help In Identifying Suspect Who Is Wanted In Two Separate Bank Robberies

The Sacramento Police Department is asking for your help in searching for an unidentified man who brandished a gun during two separate bank robberies. In each of the bank robberies, the man entered the bank, showed a handgun, and demanded money. The first incident happened about 4:40 p.m. on March…

10-Year-Old Truckee Boy Accused Of Arson

10-Year-Old Truckee Boy Accused Of Arson

Truckee Police said that a 10-year-old boy was arrested on Wednesday, on suspicion of arson, after setting several fires in the Tahoe Donner subdivision. At approximately 9 a.m. on Wednesday, several agencies, including Truckee fire, responded to a fire in the yard of a vacant home on Copenhagen Drive. While…

CHP Identifies Wrong-Way Driver From Tuesday’s Fatal Crash

CHP Identifies Wrong-Way Driver From Tuesday’s Fatal Crash

Wednesday evening, the California Highway Patrol identified the driver of the Ford F-150 in Tuesday’s wrong-way crash on I-80 at Madison Avenue.  Three people were killed in the crash, including the driver, 42-year-old Sergey Masalov, of Roseville. According to the CHP, the fiery crash happened about 12:30 a.m., when Masalov’s…

Lawsuit Filed Against Roseville School District And Special Ed Teacher

Lawsuit Filed Against Roseville School District And Special Ed Teacher

Two families have filed a lawsuit alleging abuse against Roseville School District and special education teacher Theresa VanWagner. The lawsuit alleges that VanWagner, a special education teacher, repeatedly abused preschoolers with autism. Placer County District Attorney’s Office charged VanWagner last summer with three misdemeanor counts of cruelty to a child…

Recent Wrong-Way Driving Crashs Claim A Total Of 14 Lives In The Sacramento Region

Recent Wrong-Way Driving Crashs Claim A Total Of 14 Lives In The Sacramento Region

Since January of 2015, wrong-way driver crashes have claimed the lives of 14 people in the Sacramento region. All four collisions were either late at night or in the early morning hours, and all occurred in the #1 lane, which is considered the fast lane of the freeway. Tuesday’s deadly…