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South Lake Tahoe Teen Missing In Thursday’s Storm Found Dead

South Lake Tahoe Teen Missing In Thursday’s Storm Found Dead

Dejon Smith, the teen from South Lake Tahoe who went missing on Thursday during last week’s storm, has been found dead. The teen was last seen Thursday afternoon at his home in the 1100 block of Wildwood Avenue.  His family reported him missing last week after Smith did not return…

Police create the perfect shopping day for some special guests

Police create the perfect shopping day for some special guests

This past Saturday, in the early morning hours, Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus made a special appearance in South Placer County for the Shop With A Cop event. Roseville Police Department Police Athletic League developed the Shop with a Cop program four years ago with the assistance and organization from…

Are You 14-20 And Want To Go Into Law Enforcement?

Are You 14-20 And Want To Go Into Law Enforcement?

The Auburn Police Department is set to hold a recruitment open house this Wednesday, December 17th, at 5:30 p.m. The special introduction night for young police force enthusiasts is helpful for gathering information on Auburn PD’s Law Enforcement Explorer program. The program is designed for any person, ages 14-20, that…

The Storm That Almost Was In Placer County

The Storm That Almost Was In Placer County

It was to be the storm of the decade according to many.  Social media dubbed it Stormageddon, and a hashtag #NorCalStorm generated thousands of tweets by news media outlets.  In parts of Northern California, the storm lived up to it’s potential, creating up to 12 inches of rain, while in…

Folsom Cordova Unified School Superintendent To Reevaluate Bullying Processes

Folsom Cordova Unified School Superintendent To Reevaluate Bullying Processes

Folsom Cordova Unified School District Superintendent Deborah Bettencourt said that she is seeking changes in how the district responds to reports of bullying in the aftermath of a 12-year-old Ronin Shimizu suicide last week. Bettencourt has launched an internal inquiry on all communications with district personnel who had connections to…

Placer County Opens Emergency Shelters

Placer County Opens Emergency Shelters

A major storm is now bearing down on Northern California and is expected to bring significant amounts of rain, high winds and localized flooding. Placer County has taken the steps to accommodate potentially displaced individuals and families, including the county’s homeless population. At Tuesday’s Placer Board Of Supervisors meetings, 50…

Rocklin PD Arrest A Sierra College Student for Vandalism On Campus.

Rocklin PD Arrest A Sierra College Student for Vandalism On Campus.

On Tuesday Rocklin Police Department made an arrest of a Sierra College Student. 21-year-old Stephen Meadows of Garden Valley, was arrested and accused of carving threatening death messages into numerous trees along the nature trails behind the Sierra College Campus. The messages were found by a professor at the College…

Helpful Phone Numbers During The Storm

Helpful Phone Numbers During The Storm

Photo Courtesy of NOAA KAHI Radio wants to help you take the necessary precautions for the storm over the next 36 hours. We will have the latest storm information with our meteorologist Tim Root. KAHI Show Hosts will also be passing along all the latest info to keep you up…

Storm Preparedness Information From Placer County

Storm Preparedness Information From Placer County

The following information was released by the County of Placer Public Information Office 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, California 95603 Main 530-889-4030 | Fax: 530-889-4023 Email: piostaff@placer.ca.gov www.placer.ca.gov December 9, 2014 Contact: Mike Fitch at 530-886-4515 or Robert Miller at 530-889-4080 PLACER COUNTY PROVIDING SANDBAGS TO HELP RESIDENTS PREPARE FOR STORM Placer…

Two Store Clerks Cited For Selling Booze To Minors

Two Store Clerks Cited For Selling Booze To Minors

Two clerks are being charged with selling alcohol to minors on On December 5th by the South Lake Tahoe Police Department. The minors were under direct supervision of police officers in a sting operation in which minors attempted to purchase alcohol from 33 retail licensees in the City of South…