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Two Logging Trucks Collide, Shut Down Foresthill Road

Two Logging Trucks Collide, Shut Down Foresthill Road

Just as the morning commute traffic was about to begin from Foresthill, it all stopped as an accident shut down all lanes leading in and out of Foresthill. According to The California Highway Patrol, the crash involving two logging trucks took place at 7:20 a.m. at Foresthill and Drivers Flat…

When Donating Money, Where’s Your Heart?

When Donating Money, Where’s Your Heart?

  When Donating Money, Where’s Your Heart With Friday’s tragic death of Placer County Sheriff Detective Michael Davis, so comes the outpouring of community support. It started immediately on Friday night with the first arrival of flowers placed in the rotunda at the Auburn Justice Center. People have come to sign…

Recology Truck Tips Over On Onramp

Recology Truck Tips Over On Onramp

Friday morning at approximately 9:50, a big rig entering Interstate 80 West, from Highway 49, overturned onto its side causing closure to the on-ramp. According to the commanding CHP officer David Little, the semi belonging to Recology waste management, was full of green waste debris that was heading to the…

Placer County Sheriff’s Office Loses One Of Their Own

Placer County Sheriff’s Office Loses One Of Their Own

Marcelo Marquez, 34, was arrested on Friday, just before 4 p.m., at a home in Auburn after leading officers on a wild six-hour chase. Marquez, of Salt Lake City, is suspected in four shootings that took place Friday, including the deadly shootings of Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and…

Oakmont High Junior Has A Ball Giving Back

Oakmont High Junior Has A Ball Giving Back

  Oakmont High School Junior, 17-year-old Mallory Mason, has always wanted to do something to make a difference in the lives of children.  The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut was a reminder of innocence interrupted. So when her teacher challenged Mallory’s class to take a dream and…

Folsom Police Department Awarded Traffic Safety Grant

Folsom Police Department Awarded Traffic Safety Grant

Folsom Police Department has recently been awarded a grant for $186,060 from the California Office of Traffic Safety. The Folsom PD will be using the grant money as part of the city’s ongoing commitment to keep roadways safe and to also bring public awareness preventing traffic related deaths and injuries.…

Sentencing Delayed for Roseville Basketball Coach

Sentencing Delayed for Roseville Basketball Coach

  A Placer County judge agreed on Wednesday to set December 17th as a sentencing date for the man accused of abusing students at his Roseville basketball academy. At Wednesday’s court appearance, Francis Amiteye Ngissah, was granted his request for a psychological evaluation by the judge. Ngissah is acting as…

84Year Old Rocklin Woman Considered Missing

84Year Old Rocklin Woman Considered Missing

  Rocklin Police need you help looking for an 84 year old woman who has been classified as a missing person. Mary Dye was last heard from by her daughter on Sunday, October 19, 2014. It has been reported that Dye, her adult son, and 4-year-old grandson have moved out…

Three Teens Arrested For Burglary And Theft

Three Teens Arrested For Burglary And Theft

A Placer County Sheriff’s press release said that detectives apprehended three juveniles Thursday in connection with recent burglaries and acts of vandalism at the Auburn Valley Country Club. This past August, both the golf course’s clubhouse and restaurant, as well as the golf cart maintenance building, were broken into. The…

Nevada County Man Arrested For Possession of Burglary Tools and Marijuana Plants

Nevada County Man Arrested For Possession of  Burglary Tools and Marijuana Plants

Nevada County Sheriff’s Office responded Tuesday to a 911 call in the 10,000 block of Quail Creek Road. When officers arrived at the home, one deputy spotted resident Eric Roland Meyer, standing near the front door that then fled into the house once spotted by the deputy.  At the time…