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Business In Auburn Area Getting Better, According to Survey

Business In Auburn Area Getting Better, According to Survey

Kevin Hanley, CEO of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce has worked tirelessly on a survey conducted last month, on the state of the business climate in Auburn. During the October 8th business walk in which the survey was taken, Hanley led the charge as volunteers walked in one of 15…

Snow in Tahoe: Resorts Open Up for the Season!

Snow in Tahoe: Resorts Open Up for the Season!

Snow making machines are up and running, and it’s prosperous news for resorts in Tahoe. Boreal Mountain Resort and Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe have set their opening dates. “LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! We are stoked to announce that Friday, November 6th at 9:00am we will be opening to the public,”  Boreal spokespeople said…

Sex Offenders Checked in “Operation Boo”

Sex Offenders Checked in “Operation Boo”

For the 22nd year, parole agents with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation checked on more than 1,200 sex-offender parolees in the state.  More than 50 registered sex offenders were arrested over the Halloween weekend during compliance checks as part of ‘Operation Boo’ project, according to ABC news and KRON TV.…

Trainer Accused of Sex Crimes With Minor

Trainer Accused of Sex Crimes With Minor

Roseville Police detectives arrested a man suspected of inappropriate sexual contact with a minor last Thursday. The suspect is a personal trainer, and several months ago developed a social and mentoring relationship with one of his clients, a girl under the age of 14.  Their relationship included dinners and other…

Post Release Community Supervision Felon Arrested for Stabbing In Weimar

Post Release Community Supervision Felon Arrested for Stabbing In Weimar

At approximately 1:20 Friday morning, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office received 911 calls regarding a suspicious person with a flashlight trying to gain entry into homes on Aurora Nova Court in Weimar. While deputies were responding, the Sheriff’s dispatch center received another call of a stabbing at a different address…

Loomis Library Get’s Approval from City

Loomis Library Get’s Approval from City

Last night, the town of Loomis accepted the Friends of the Loomis Library Ad hoc  plan, according to Linda Sandahl, of the Friends organization. Sandahl told KAHI’s Sarah McCormick that the city council was “All in favor!  We are pleased  all our work has shown through!” She says the real work…

Calaveras County Sheriff Gary Kuntz Has Died

Calaveras County Sheriff Gary Kuntz Has Died

Calaveras County Sheriff Gary Kuntz has died, according to the Sacramento Bee and MyMotherlode.com. Details surrounding his death are not immediately clear, but when contacted at the Sheriff’s Office this morning, a representative confirmed that Kuntz has passed away, and more information will be released later today. Kuntz moved to Calaveras County over…

Winter-run Chinook Salmon Closer to Extinction

Winter-run Chinook Salmon Closer to Extinction

Winter-run Chinook Salmon are closer to extinction, as reports released yesterday suggest many of the young fish didn’t make it through warm temperatures in the Sacramento regions waterways.  According to the Sacramento Bee, for the second straight year, huge numbers of juvenile winter-run Chinook salmon appear to have baked to…

Are you ready for some basketball?

Are you ready for some basketball?

                          Starting their 30th year in Sacramento and their 21st year on KAHI, the Sacramento Kings will play the Los Angeles Clippers in the final home opener at Sleep Train Arena tonight. Head Coach, George Karl will lead…

Placer County Board Supervisor Talks Crime, Fire & Marijuana

Placer County Board Supervisor Talks Crime, Fire & Marijuana

Placer County Board Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery joined Sarah McCormick in KAHI’s studios today, to discuss issues effecting Placer County, from city and state laws to the availability of affordable fire insurance to marijuana policies. The busy Board Supervisor remarked on her editorial in the Auburn Journal (10/14/15) that covered lower…