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Sacramento Pastor, Roger Jimenez, Says More Should Have Died In Orlando Shooting

Sacramento Pastor, Roger Jimenez, Says More Should Have Died In Orlando Shooting

About 100 people protested Wednesday night outside of a Sacramento Baptist church after a pastor praised the Orlando mass shooting during his sermon. Yellow tape and Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies kept protesters back and didn’t allow them inside. Pride flags and posters filled the parking lot of Verity Baptist Church…

83 Acre Grass Fire Burned In Calaveras County Wednesday

83 Acre Grass Fire Burned In Calaveras County Wednesday

Fire crews battled an 83-acre grass fire Wednesday in a rural area of Calaveras County that was ignited by a lawnmower, Cal Fire said. The blaze, called the Cheyenne Fire, was 50 percent contained as of 8 p.m. Wednesday. The fire started around 12:45 p.m. near Cheyenne and Arapaho ways,…

Sacramento Airport To Receive $300 million in Renovations

Sacramento Airport To Receive $300 million in Renovations

Sacramento International Airport is about to get a major face lift, as county leaders are preparing to spend millions of dollars. The 18 year old Terminal A had public art carpeting on the bridge way that was replaced earlier this year. The first stage of the 300 million dollar project will…

California’s Gas Prices Have Increased 28 Of Last 33 Days

California’s Gas Prices Have Increased 28 Of Last 33 Days

In California, a tightening supply, combined with a strong gasoline demand, is contributing to pump prices moving higher. But although state retail fuel prices are moving up and register as the highest in the nation, they are stabilizing. Today’s gas prices on the AAA Fuel Gauge Report shows the state pump…

NID Working Nights To Replace Service Lines

NID Working Nights To Replace Service Lines

 Nevada Irrigation District construction crews are working nights along Nevada City Highway near Brunswick Road in a project to replace service lines to businesses in the area. “It’s a busy intersection so we’ve scheduled the work at night to reduce traffic impacts,” said NID Maintenance Manager Brian Powell. Work began…

Sierra College To Hold Rally For Orlando Tragedy

Sierra College To Hold Rally For Orlando Tragedy

What: Sierra College Rally responding to the PULSE, Orlando Florida Tragedy   When: Tuesday, June 14, 7:00pm – Around 7:45pm   Where: Sierra College Rocklin Campus, 5000 Rocklin Rd. Rocklin, CA 95677, in the Quad Area Significantly, the rally will start in front of our honorary “Standing Guard Gardens.” Parking…

Auburn Man Arrested For Assaulting Process Server

Auburn Man Arrested For Assaulting Process Server

On June 9, Auburn Police Officers responded to a possible assault and battery incident on Wescott Court. On arrival officers contacted a male victim who had attempted to serve court documents to a resident on Wescott Court. During the investigation, police determined Roy Seoud had chased the process server from…

DNA Leads To Arrest Of Roseville Man

DNA Leads To Arrest Of Roseville Man

A man was arrested in connection with an October 2015 robbery at a Rocklin restaurant thanks to DNA he left behind, officials said. Juan Miguel Martinez, 22, of Roseville, was arrested on robbery charges. Martinez robbed the Don Quixote’s Mexican Grill at gunpoint, locking the employees in the restaurant’s walk-in…

Sacramento Man Arrested After Robbing 15 Sandwich Stores

Sacramento Man Arrested After Robbing 15 Sandwich Stores

  Wednesday, Placer County Sheriff’s detectives, in a joint investigation with agencies from throughout Northern California and Nevada, arrested the man believed responsible for robbing 15 sandwich stores over the past few weeks, including shops in Granite Bay and Colfax. After the suspect robbed the Colfax Subway store Saturday night,…

CHP Officer Involved In Fatal Accident Identified

CHP Officer Involved In Fatal Accident Identified

The California Highway Patrol has identified the officer involved in a crash that killed a 15-year-old Willows boy on Interstate 5 earlier this week. Officer Jim Gamble, 49, was driving his patrol vehicle just before 3:30 p.m. north on I-5 coming up to a construction zone, south of the County…