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Placer County Sheriff’s Office busts drug dealer in Roseville

Placer County Sheriff’s deputies used a decoy customer to nab a 19-year-old for dealing drugs March 27 in Roseville. According to a PCSO news release, as part of a “sh ...

Roseville cuts water use with turf replacement

In an effort to conserve water in the long run and inspire local residents and businesses to do the same, the City of Roseville began replacing the grass in some of its properties ...

Roseville teacher to be key speaker at TEDx

In the age of streaming video, live feeds and inter-connected notions, TED talks have become special events designed to bring people closer to the world of emerging ideas. And now ...

Roseville-Rocklin area rollover halts traffic on I-80

A three-vehicle accident left a red Honda driven by an 18-year-old Antelope woman overturned on eastbound Interstate 80 near the Taylor Road off ramp this afternoon. The incident ...

Roseville’s Blue Line Galley launches new Digital Arts Lab

Blue Line Arts in Roseville recently unveiled its Digital Arts Lab, which it says will help local students explore and use their creativity in a new, unique way. The technology was ...

Roseville police looking for suspects in robbery at Old Spaghetti Factory

A woman leaving Roseville’s Old Spaghetti Factory on the night of March 26 was shaken up when two men suddenly approached her and robbed her by force. It was 9:23 p.m., and a ...

Roseville’s city jail headed for downsized conversion

With the recently completed South Placer Jail scheduled to begin booking new arrestees later this year, the Roseville City Council is moving forward with plans to convert its own c ...

Historic Roseville slaying offers insights to ‘cursed’ family

Do you believe that death and tragedy seem to follow certain people? In the case of David Turley, they indeed seemed to follow him, leading him straight to the gallows. The questi ...

Roseville school board insists students learn personal finance

Starting next school year, Roseville Joint Union High School District will require its graduating seniors to know at least the basics of personal finance in order to earn their dip ...

Mail thefts spark I.D. concerns in Granite Bay

Since January, mail thefts in Granite Bay and Rocklin neighborhoods have been an ongoing crime. However, experts say these crimes, which may lead to identity theft, can be avoided. ...