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Potential Breach Of Health Information Out Of Elk Grove

Potential Breach Of Health Information Out Of Elk Grove

On April 25, 2016, following an investigation, California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS) declared a potential breach of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Protected Health Information (PHI) that occurred on February 25, 2016.  A staff member’s non-encrypted, password-protected laptop was stolen from their personal vehicle. This laptop may have contained…

LGBT Rally Happening Today In Sacramento

LGBT Rally Happening Today In Sacramento

The LGBT organization Equality California will hold its lobby day, providing the latest opportunity to contrast California with other states. Advocates will be speaking in support of a measure to make single-stall bathrooms all-gender, which legislators specifically framed as a break with states such as North Carolina, and a bill…

Carmel Hospitality – Eat, Drink, Stay and Play

Carmel Hospitality – Eat, Drink, Stay and Play

Well worth the short 3 ½ hour drive from Auburn is the beautiful Carmel region of California. Perfect for a weekend or mid-week getaway or a full vacation, Carmel is pacific coast paradise. Carmel has hundreds of places to eat, drink, sleep, play, and just plain relax. The Vendange Carmel…

Native American Rock Opera Comes to Auburn

Native American Rock Opera Comes to Auburn

 “Something Inside is Broken” tells the other side of the story that you read in history books about the founding of Sacramento by John Sutter. It hits home with controversy about the treatment of Native Americans in the day. Jack Kohler wrote “Something Inside is Broken” and also composed the…

New Changes To The County’s Hazardous Vegetation Abatement

New Changes To The County’s Hazardous Vegetation Abatement

Changes to the county’s Hazardous Vegetation Abatement ordinance on Tuesday drew no public comment and passed without fanfare, a massive switch from when the subject was broached last September. The ordinance, which gives authorities the power to abate non-compliant properties and bill the landowner, becomes effective in 30 days. County…

Roseville Man Ends Own Life With Police Surrounding Home

Roseville Man Ends Own Life With Police Surrounding Home

A Roseville man is dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound after detectives went to his home to arrest him on child sex abuse charges. On May 4, detectives arrived at a home on the 200 block of King Road in Roseville. The suspect, who was identified as 43-year-old Travis…

New Solar Panel Project Near Old Downieville Highway

New Solar Panel Project Near Old Downieville Highway

Soon, while driving on Highway 49 near Old Downieville Highway, residents might notice at a new array of solar panels. Their source: A renewable energy plan by Nevada County to reduce greenhouse gases while making effective use of fiscal resources, a press release states. The public is invited to a…

Thieves Take $3,000 In Meat From Auburn Restaurant

Thieves Take $3,000 In Meat From Auburn Restaurant

Placer County sheriff’s officials seek help finding thieves who stole an estimated $3,000 worth of meat and all-terrain vehicle from an Auburn-area restaurant last week. The owner of Dingus McGee’s restaurant on Musso Road arrived for work Thursday and discovered that someone had entered the freezer storage area by breaking…

Northern California Gas Prices Stabilize As Supply Increases

Northern California Gas Prices Stabilize As Supply Increases

Gasoline supplies remain well above levels commonplace for this time of year, which should keep prices relatively steady as more drivers take to the roads. Today’s gas prices registering on the AAA gas survey show the state pump price of unleaded regular is $2.80 per gallon, which is $0.03 higher…

Governor Brown Issues Order To Continue Water Savings As Drought Persists

Governor Brown Issues Order To Continue Water Savings As Drought Persists

Moving to bolster California’s climate and drought resilience, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued an executive order that builds on temporary statewide emergency water restrictions to establish longer-term water conservation measures, including permanent monthly water use reporting, new permanent water use standards in California communities and bans on clearly wasteful…