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Remains Of Man Who Was Missing For Years Identified

Remains Of Man Who Was Missing For Years Identified

Remains Of Man Missing For Years Identified El Dorado County district attorney spokesperson, Dave Stevenson, announced in a press release that the remains of a homicide victim, killed more than nine years ago, have been identified. Stevenson said the remains found in rural El Dorado County, have been identified as…

Time To Sign Up For The Placer County Sheriff’s Ride With Pride

Time To Sign Up For The Placer County Sheriff’s Ride With Pride

The Placer County Sheriff Office’s annual Ride With Pride one-day camp signups are taking place now. The camp pairs grade-school children with deputies and their horse partners for a day. Participants may choose to attend Ride With Pride on one of the four days from June 15th through 18th.  Mounted…

Rocklin Animal Shelter Shuts Doors To Incoming Animals

Rocklin Animal Shelter Shuts Doors To Incoming Animals

Rocklin Animal Shelter Shuts Doors To Incoming Animals The City of Rocklin announced via Facebook that the animal shelter would no longer be able to accept incoming animals at the Pacific Street location. Within minutes of the announcement, community members and animal lovers shared the upsetting social media post in…

Zero Percent Snow Survey Brings New Water Restrictions

Zero Percent Snow Survey Brings New Water Restrictions

            A report from the California Department of Water Resources found zero evidence of snow during the last manual survey in the Sierra Nevada. Typically the snow pack is at its peak by early April before it begins to melt, but Tuesday’s dry survey proved…

Undercover “Shoulder Tap” Operation Leads To Drug Bust Of Penryn Man

Undercover “Shoulder Tap” Operation Leads To Drug Bust Of Penryn Man

  Undercover “Shoulder Tap” Operation Leads To Drug Bust Of Penryn Man A sting operation Friday night led Placer County Sheriff’s Officers to the arrest of 19-year-old Noah James Phippen, when he was approached by an underage decoy to purchase alcohol at a liquor store in Roseville. The decoy, who…

Rocklin Police Want You To “Silence the Distraction”

Rocklin Police Want You To “Silence the Distraction”

          Rocklin Police Want You To “Silence the Distraction” This month, Rocklin Police Department, along with more than 200 law enforcement agencies statewide, are participating in the National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The urge to read and answer an incoming message when people hear text alert,…

The Three Pitted Cherry

The Three Pitted Cherry

Auburn Gold Diggers roller derby team just started their 3rd season after coming off a successful 2nd year with three wins and one loss.  The team is fired up once again to hit the track, but first there is an exchange of parts, kidney parts. Gold Diggers coach and founder,…

Ophir Fire Could Be On The Chopping Block Again

Ophir Fire Could Be On The Chopping Block Again

Cal Fire firefighters of Placer County, are putting up a fight to keep several jobs in the county after learning the County Administration is proposing budget cuts that include several Cal Fire Jobs. The Union Local 2881 is claiming that Placer County is proposing to cut $18 million from the…

Take Time To Be Prepared For The Big One

Take Time To Be Prepared For The Big One

April is Earthquake Preparedness Month and AAA of Northern California wants to remind residents that the best way to recover from any quake is to plan in advance. One of the most important steps homeowners can take is to document their belongings before a tragedy strikes, including earthquakes. AAA is…

Warm Weekend Weather Around The Foothills But Expect A Slight Change Next Week

Warm Weekend Weather Around The Foothills But Expect A Slight Change Next Week

      Warm weather has dominated the foothills this weekend with Auburn expected to reach 77 on Sunday and 78 on Monday, but there is a change in the forecast. Temperatures will be cooling off with an expected high in Auburn of of 69 on Tuesday and then 66…