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Red Cross leader gets ready for disaster

Bob Thornton looked at the senior citizens in the card room next door to his American Red Cross office and said he wished they would volunteer. Now in his second career, Thornton ...

Gaines to host town hall meeting

Ted Gaines thinks its time the people's interests are put ahead of special interests in Sacramento. That's why the California District 4 Assemblyman, R - Roseville, will host the f ...

Attorney: Dungan too drunk to drive

Had Eric Dungan, accused of running down and killing Rocklin Police Officer Matt Redding, taken a cab home Oct. 9, 2005, the officer would still be alive. Dan Gong, supervising dis ...

Nanny accused in baby's death hires local lawyer, to return to court March 8

The nanny accused of shaking 15-month-old Hannah Rose Juceam to death last year has hired a new attorney. Veronica Martinez Salcedo, 36, is accused of shaking Hannah May 11, 2006 i ...

Trial in death of Matt Redding begins

Opening arguments began Wednesday in an Auburn courtroom in the trial of Eric Dungan who stands accused of second-degree murder for the October 2005 killing of Rocklin Police Offic ...

Roseville High grad among dead in Afghan copter crash

Flags at the state capitol will be flown at half-staff in honor of a Roseville High School graduate and Army Ranger who died in Afghanistan last weekend. Pfc. Kristofer D.S. Thomas ...

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 ...