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Roseville under-immunized for measles

According to a recent study by Kaiser Permanente published Jan. 19 in the journal “Pediatrics,” Roseville’s children are among Northern California’s least-i ...

CHP comments on road rage, bike injury in Granite Bay

A bicyclist on Douglas Boulevard was injured Jan. 21 when two nearby drivers lost their tempers behind the wheel. According to Officer David Martinez of the California Highway Pat ...

Roseville police searching for violent pepper spray robber

The Roseville Police Department is hunting for a man who pulled a gun on a liquor store employee and then assaulted him with pepper spray in the commission of a robbery. The crime ...

Shooting suspects detained in Rocklin cleared of all charges

Rocklin residents who watched a cavalcade of patrol cars surround two men along Sierra College Boulevard on Jan. 16 can rest easier knowing reports that a law enforcement officer w ...

Granite Bay instructor named California’s ‘Outstanding History Teacher’

Granite Bay High School teacher Brandon Dell’Orto beat out dozens of his colleagues from around the state this month to receive California’s Outstanding History Teacher ...

Reported hit and run driver triggers street flooding in Roseville

At 9:20 a.m., a call came in to Roseville 911 dispatchers reporting that a hit and run driver had leveled a fire hydrant on Third Street, leaving a large geyser spouting into the a ...

Parents, PTA help bring music back to Roseville elementary students

It’s after school hours at Heritage Oaks Elementary in Roseville when a 10-year-old girl holds up a small baggie with a toothbrush and paste inside, announcing, “I just ...

Roseville’s Old City Hall may soon be a thing of the past

One of Roseville’s historic buildings may be on the “chopping block” in the near future, leaving questions with some locals as to the price standing history will ...

As collisions mount, Roseville traffic enforcement at 5-year low

In 2008, speeding in Roseville was a risky proposition due to the 15 sworn officers assigned to specialize in traffic enforcement. Now, as vehicle collisions appear more in the pub ...

Cal’s cash flow to private prisons grows

On Sept. 20, 2011, a bipolar-schizophrenic named Armando Cruz could be seen from the guard’s window hanging in his cell in the Psychiatric Services Unit of California State P ...