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Motorcyclist Shot Dead On I-80 By Rival Group

Motorcyclist Shot Dead On I-80 By Rival Group

A motorcyclist was shot and killed on westbound Interstate 80 Saturday in Nevada County, the California Highway Patrol said. Officers received a report of a traffic collision just before 3 p.m. near Overland Trail, just east of Truckee, officials said. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, the CHP…

The Forgotten Soldier Program Begins Fundraising For Purchase Of Next Door Garden

The Forgotten Soldier Program Begins Fundraising For Purchase Of Next Door Garden

  The Forgotten Soldiers Program (FSP) has begun the process of purchasing the land under the Armed Forces Pavilion Community Garden (AFPCG) located directly next to their office on 995 Lincoln Way in downtown Auburn. The founder of the FSP, Donna Arz, told KAHI News that it’s time to buy…

Sierra College Rocklin Campus Holds Health & Wellness Fair

Sierra College Rocklin Campus Holds Health & Wellness Fair

  What: Health & Wellness Fair targeted to seniors and their caregivers When: Friday, September 23, 9am – 2pm Where: The Sierra College Rocklin Campus, building J – Campus Center. The Rocklin Campus is located at 5000 Rocklin Road, in Rocklin CA, 95677. Who: This event is organized and presented…

The First Annual Farm Tank Summit Is Right Around The Corner

The First Annual Farm Tank Summit Is Right Around The Corner

  Industry experts from the agriculture and food industries are coming together in downtown Sacramento for panel discussions on issues like food transparency, technology, conservation and working within regulations. For the Sacramento area, the Farm-to-Fork movement is long-celebrated. But for two days in September, the accomplishments of the movement will…

Man Discovers 281 Pot Plants On His Foresthill Property

Man Discovers 281 Pot Plants On His Foresthill Property

  Deputies destroyed a large illegal marijuana grow that was discovered on a Foresthill property, and a man from Mexico was arrested in connection. The property owner notified Placer County sheriff’s deputies that the marijuana plants were being grown on his Spring Garden Road property. Officers went to the property…

Protester Hits Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson With Pie, Ends Up In Hospital

Protester Hits Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson With Pie, Ends Up In Hospital

  Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson got physical with a suspect who hit him in the face with a pie Wednesday night during a charity dinner event. Sacramento police said 32-year-old Sean Thompson was arrested after Johnson’s security detail moved in and restrained him. Johnson had given a speech at the…

District Attorney Begins Investigation Into Joseph Mann Shooting

District Attorney Begins Investigation Into Joseph Mann Shooting

Joseph Mann was shot 14 times during an armed confrontation with police in July, Sacramento Police Chief Sam Somers, Jr. said Tuesday during a news conference. Two police officers fired 18 shots at 51-year-old Mann in north Sacramento, missing only four times. On the morning of July 11th, police said Mann…

Three Major September Projects Scheduled By CALTRANS

Three Major September Projects Scheduled By CALTRANS

  Interstate 80 (Placer County) from Brace Road to Magra Road: Work continues on a $36 million project to increase the vertical clearance of nine bridge structures in south Placer County to 16 feet, 6 inches. The vertical clearance will be increased on seven structures by lifting the existing bridge deck and…

Multiple Agencies Conduct Study On American River Basin

Multiple Agencies Conduct Study On American River Basin

  In a statement released last week, the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation announced it has launched a new study of the American River basin. The study will gather data to “diversity the region’s water supply portfolio” and thereby increase reliability of the region’s various water supplies, according…

The Strike Is Over: Yuba City Unified Teachers Are Back In Their Classrooms

The Strike Is Over: Yuba City Unified Teachers Are Back In Their Classrooms

Yuba City teachers and the Yuba City Unified School District have reached an agreement on a new contract, ending the strike and putting teachers back in the classroom. The union voted Monday night to approve the contract, after a marathon 18-hour bargaining session with 506 members saying “Yes” and 15…