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Wheel-a-thon fundraiser

World War II nurse Barbara Burroughts, center, hugs Rosalie Miller, president of the Residents Council at the Sunrise Healthcare Center, after she received a $300 donation from th ...

Residents voice concerns to assemblyman

Health care and transportation were the hot topics last Tuesday at a town hall meeting held by state Assemblyman Ted Gaines at his Roseville district office. Standing on a chair to ...

Wild Bill's fundraiser

Staff members, friends and customers of Wild Bill's Tattoo in Roseville recently turned ink into gold as far as officials with a local children's hospital are concerned. Employees ...

Remember the Titans

It's official: another member is about to join the menagerie of mascots in the Roseville Joint Union High School District. Students at under-construction Antelope High School will ...

Fake health inspector identified

Placer County has issued a warrant for the arrest of a man who defrauded two Roseville restaurant owners while posing as a California Occu-pational Safety and Health Administration ...

Robbery suspects target wrong apartment

Two robbery suspects apparently broke into the wrong apartment March 3, and Roseville Police arrested a pair they believe were the intended victims. A 30-year-old mother and two yo ...

Youth alcohol sting nets one arrest; four cited

Roseville police arrested a man and cited four others for allegedly furnishing alcohol to minors who posed as decoys in front of liquor stores. The teenagers offered money to adul ...

Roseville Police seek female burglary suspects

Roseville Police are searching for two female suspects who allegedly stole two large bags filled with merchandise from Mervyn's at 1815 Douglas Blvd. about 5 p.m. Feb. 21. Witness ...

Increase in graffiti leads to seven arrests

A sign reading "Graffiti Free Zone" might seem like an invitation to would-be vandals - like a big "do not push this button" sign. "If they push that button, they go to jail," said ...

Men accused of attempted murder face trial

It has taken nearly three years, but it appears the two men accused of tying up a couple and setting their Sun City Roseville house on fire in 2004 will face a jury trial as early ...