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Car derailment, diesel leak in railyard Wednesday

Three train cars derailed and caused a diesel leak in the Roseville railyard about 7 a.m. Wednesday, officials said. Union Pacific is still investigating why two empty grain hopper ...

Report shows disappointing county revenue

A slumping real estate market is showing up in skidding revenues for Placer County. A new report to be presented today to the Board of Supervisors says general fund revenues were b ...

Downtown ...

After a trip to a bank in Downtown Roseville last week, Carol McCombs spotted a sign across the street - "Antiques Mall." "I'm going to get some glass-wares," she said. But when sh ...

$120 million proposed for road projects

More than $120 million in transportation funding could soon make its way to Placer County. The California Transportation Commission released its staff recommendations for the first ...

Jury: Law firm must pay in sex suit

A Placer County jury recently awarded $368,000 to a Roseville woman who successfully proved she had been the victim of sexual harassment at the law firm where she worked. The victi ...

Roseville to offer assistance to first-time homebuyers

Roseville announced Thursday the launch of a state program in the city offering financial assistance to first-time, low-income homebuyers. Standard Pacific Homes and the city of Ro ...

Valley Christian alumni game honors former player

Memories of Kyle Stacy's baseball prowess are still fresh at Valley Christian Academy. Fresher still are those of his battle with cancer, which claimed his life last December. Now, ...

Car derailment, diesel leak in railyard Wednesday

Three train cars derailed and caused a diesel leak in the Roseville railyard about 7 a.m. Wednesday, officials said. Union Pacific is still investigating why two empty grain hopper ...

Roseville resident goes above the Curve

Curves International awarded Teresa Howell of Roseville the International Sweetheart Award for the West region. Howell was surprised with the honor on Valentine's Day, along with a ...

Volunteers do it for free

It took a major tragedy in Roseville more than a decade ago for city officials to realize there are plenty of residents out there willing to help. When flood waters damaged several ...