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Renovations At North Auburn Jail Discussed Tomorrow By Placer Sups!

Renovations At North Auburn Jail Discussed Tomorrow By Placer Sups!

Placer County Supervisors at tomorrow’s meeting will hear a plan presented by the Sheriff’s office for a revision of the plan to retrofit the North Auburn jail. An original plan that would have cut the jail beds from 276 to 200 has been revised to 264, down 12 rather than…

Sacramento to get new I Street Bridge!

Sacramento to get new I Street Bridge!

The City of Sacramento made a big announcement Wednesday about the replacement of the I Street Bridge. San Francisco-based architecture firm, T. Y. Lin International has been selected to design and build the new bridge. Sacramento Mayor Derrel Steinberg said this project has been a long time coming and that this…

US FOODS New Facility At McClellan!

US FOODS New Facility At McClellan!

Hundreds of new jobs are coming to the region as US Foods looks to expand. The company will build a distribution facility in McClellan Park that will service restaurants across Northern California. The move will create up to 180 new jobs. The average pay: $60,000. The Sacramento County Board of…

Oroville Dam Repair Goal Met!

Oroville Dam Repair Goal Met!

The California Department of Water Resources is saying they’ve met their goal of having the Oroville Dam‘s main spillway rebuilt and ready for winter. Back in September, officials revealed that the cost of repairs and other improvements at the dam had hit $1.1 billion – more than $250 million over projections.…

Smoke in area yesterday from Butte County Fire!

Smoke in area yesterday from Butte County Fire!

Smoke was seen in the Auburn area yesterday and CalFire acknowledged it was from the Jones Fire in Butte County. The fire was reported under containment in the afternoon hours after burning 80 acres.  There were no evacuations of road closures.…

Sacramento Supers Discussing Sheriff Jones!

Sacramento Supers Discussing Sheriff Jones!

Sacramento county supervisors will discuss Sheriff Scott Jones stance of locking out Rick Braziel, former sheriff and current Inspector General out of examining the operations of the Sheriff’s department. This standoff has been going on since last year when Braziel issued a report on fatal shooting involving sheriff deputies. The…

Tiny Homes for the Homeless in Vacaville!

Tiny Homes for the Homeless in Vacaville!

Residents of Vacaville are voicing anger at the City’s approved project of providing a shelter for homeless people on city owned land at Brown Street off E. Monte Vista Avenue. The site will be fenced with Tuff Shed buildings for housing, and port-o-john bathroom facilities provided by Recology. There will…

High Wind Forecast May Bring PG&E Outages!

High Wind Forecast May Bring PG&E Outages!

The Weather Bureau is forecasting high winds, 25-30 steady and 35-40 Gusts, for the 5 state area starting this morning and lasting until tomorrow afternoon. Low humidity and High Winds have pushed the bureau to issue warnings of wild-fire conditions and have PG&E alerting residents of potential power outages in…

Laptop Stolen With Customers Data!

Laptop Stolen With Customers Data!

The Raley’s Grocery Store company announced this weekend that a laptop computer has been stolen with personal information on 10 thousand pharmacy patients. The incident happened September 24th. The laptop contained information on pharmacy customers that visited locations between Jan 1, 2017 and Sept. 24, 2018.  Raley’s say prescription drug…

(UPDATE) Two High school Football Games Cancelled Due To Fights!

(UPDATE) Two High school Football Games Cancelled Due To Fights!

Grant Union High School is heading into football playoffs 12 players short after a fight broke out on the field last week. Grant was facing off against Whitney High School in Rocklin Friday night when players, coaches and fans rushed the field after two players started brawling during the third…