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Chavez conference highlights education

Si se puede - it's Spanish for "Yes, you can." For around 1,000 sixth- through 12th-graders at Saturday's Cesar Chavez Youth Leadership Conference at Sierra College, it was the ope ...

Local schools get glowing report cards with API figures

Roseville schools received a report card of their own Tuesday as the California Department of Education released its latest Academic Performance Index figures. And the results shou ...

Developing your dog

Historically bred for a specific purpose, dogs were supposed to be useful. However, that is rarely the case today, when dogs are domesticated animals and their role is simply to be ...

Sierra College taps Chavez as new president

After a seven-month search, Sierra College has found a new president in Leo Chavez. In a special Tuesday meeting at its Rocklin campus, the school's Board of Trustees approved Cha ...

Transponder shows plane flying at low altitude

Equipment operating just minutes before an experimental plane crashed into a Roseville home last month - killing two men aboard the plane and a teenager inside the home - shows the ...

Monitoring MySpace.com

A recent expose on the news show "Dateline" opened the eyes of many parents to the dangers of Web sites like MySpace.com. But many other parents might still be convinced that "it ...

Building a legacy

Tertia Hawkins' office, sandwiched between a legal aid office and a convenience store off Riverside Boulevard, is modest and unassuming. "Most people don't realize we're here," sh ...

Police Roundup

Victims say their IDs were used to buy house A Roseville man and woman reported to police that an unknown person used their identities to purchase a home in Helena, Mont. The 57-ye ...

Three arrested on suspicion of passing counterfeit money

Roseville Police have arrested several people in the past week on various charges related to passing fake money. According to reports, employees from at least two stores in the cit ...

Sales tax key factor in transportation crisis

This is the world of Celia McAdam, where the next chunk of transportation funding is often an admittedly elusive quest. The executive director of the Placer County Transportation ...