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Diamond K. residents relieved by latest news of threatened Roseville history

Residents recently contacted the Roseville Historical Society and The Press Tribune with concerns that a plan was underway to demolish the Kaseberg Ranch House, one of the city&rsq ...

Bayside Church spends spring break helping Mexicali

If you’ve heard of families or college kids heading to fun-in-the-sun spring break destinations, you might think of suntans, snorkeling and staying up late and partying, espe ...

Boneshaker chefs break through Rocklin's chains

Only a few wooden skeletons remain from Rocklin’s breakneck life as a quarry town, but walking into Boneshaker Brewery on Granite Drive, the weathered lumber and naked barn p ...

UPDATE: SWAT team arrests Roseville business owner for threats against police, Roseville High

Officers from Roseville Police Department arrested Orangevale resident Collin John Box, 51, near his auto service business on Atlantic Street in Roseville Wednesday on suspicion of ...

Janis to replace Rooney as Eureka Union superintendent in Roseville area

When Rocklin resident Tom Janis takes over for the retiring Linda Rooney as superintendent of Eureka Union School District starting July 1, he’ll see it as a success if not m ...

UPDATE: Box of donations causes bomb scare in Roseville

A charitable gesture caused a bomb scare in downtown Roseville Wednesday morning, leading officers to redirect traffic away from Douglas Boulevard for more than an hour and a half ...

Rocklin man arrested for Newcastle murder, attempted murder

Carlo Yandolino died just as his dream was coming true. Yandolino, 58, was shot to death May 14 as he sat in his car at his home on a rural foothills road, according to the Placer ...

UPDATE: Armed standoff in downtown Roseville ends

UPDATE: What started as an armed standoff in downtown Roseville Friday night became an hours-long negotiation, as police continued until after 4 a.m. Saturday talking a man down fr ...

Roseville responds to Gov. Jerry Brown by activating new, strict drought rules

While some Southern California communities continue to get publicly castigated for their lack of water conservation, the city of Roseville is taking a new executive order from Gov. ...