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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…

Placer County Confirms Death Of Woman With West Nile Virus

Placer County Confirms Death Of Woman With West Nile Virus

In a Placer County press release, health officials confirmed that Ophir resident Joyce Richer passed away earlier this month of West Nile Virus. They previously were only able to indicate it was a probable case, but upon completion of the communicable disease investigation, they are now considering this a confirmed…

Colfax High Honors American Servicemen and Women This Friday

Colfax High Honors American Servicemen and Women This Friday

Colfax Honors American Servicemen and Women This Friday Colfax High School is proud to host the “Honor Game” at their football game starting at 7:00 p.m. this Friday. Colfax High staff and students will honor all veterans and active military at Marson Stadium. Both veterans and active military will receive…

South Lake Tahoe Man Stabs Woman In Domestic Violence Assault

South Lake Tahoe Man Stabs Woman In Domestic Violence Assault

Last Friday, a South Lake Tahoe man was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence after a woman he is suspected of stabbing showed up at her neighbor’s home bleeding with a stab wound in her neck. Neighbors of the woman in the 2000 block of Lukins Way rendered aid to…

Amgen 2015 Host Cities Announced

Amgen 2015 Host Cities Announced

Amgen 2015 Host Cities Announced The host cities for the Amgen Tour of California were announced on Monday with Nevada city and Sacramento named as the two of the host cities for next year’s race in May. The 2015 Amgen Tour of California is the 10th Anniversary for the professional…

The Truckee River Is Five Year Low

The Truckee River Is Five Year Low

The drought has accelerated throughout the Summer and Lake Tahoe’s water level is lower than the natural rim for the first time in at least five years. Because of the low lake level, the natural flow into the Truckee Rive has been cut to a minimum exiting from Lake Tahoe,…

Family Devastated Over Lost Cat

Family Devastated Over Lost Cat

A Roseville Family is distraught over the gruesome find of their family pet one block away from their home on Oakborough Avenue. A Roseville family has lots of questions after their 8-year-old cat which was found hanging from a picket fence with a belt around her neck, according to Placer…

The October 23, 2014 Partial Eclipse of the Sun

The October 23, 2014 Partial Eclipse of the Sun

This Thursday October 23, a partial solar eclipse will take place as the moon will be passing in front of the sun. A partial solar eclipse means that the moon will not completely cover the sun, but will pass north of the center of the sun.  At the middle of…

Two Men Using the Mail System To Sell Pot Get Caught In The Act

Two Men Using the Mail System To Sell Pot Get Caught In The Act

  Two men suspected of shipping large amounts of marijuana and money from Roseville to the East Coast have been arrested. Brian Lee Feld Getz, 36, of Grass Valley, and Timothy Conway Reimer, 33, of Philadelphia, were caught with 141 pounds of packaged pot and $221,000 in cash, police said…

Penryn Day Spa At It Again

Penryn Day Spa At It Again

Two women were arrested on Tuesday at a Penryn Day Spa on allegations of prostitution and pimping.  Zulgerel Baker, 35, of Rocklin and Guirong Li, 54, of Monterey Park, were taken into custody when an undercover officer was solicited for sex at the Penryn Day Spa just off I-80 on…