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Roseville student grabbed on walk to school

An intermediate school student reported being grabbed by an unknown male when she was on a walking trail near Eich Intermediate School Thursday morning, according to a Roseville Po ...

Half million Placer residents rely on food bank

Placer Food Bank reached a record in 2010 — but not in a good way. More than 500,000 people used services from the food shelter, a 168 percent increase since 2007. The final ...

Businesses reopen, residents return home

Downtown Lincoln appeared to be back to normal Thursday afternoon after evacuees from a tanker fire returned to their homes and businesses reopened. An estimated 10,000 residents ...

Evacuees sleep in cars, make friends at shelters

Although remaining concerned, evacuees seemed to be OK on Wednesday at the Lincoln Community Center, one of three evacuation shelters set up in Lincoln. Police evacuated 4,800 resi ...

Evacuation order to be lifted at midnight on Thursday

The train tanker car that has been on fire since noon on Tuesday has burned through the last of the propane it was carrying. Lincoln Fire Chief David Whitt announc ...

New theater brings improv comedy to Roseville

A guy walks into a bar… You might recognize this phrase as the beginning of what usually turns out to be an uninspiring joke that, if the teller is lucky, might earn a chuckle o ...

Happy cows come from Roseville

While the “farm-to-table” concept is increasing in popularity, one local cattle ranch is looking to join the movement. Wintun Ranch, a 225-acre urban ranch on the outskirts o ...

Hazardous tanker-car fire threat not just in Lincoln?

The blaring sound of a freight-train horn is a familiar one for Auburn residents. According to Union Pacific, an average of 25 trains a day travel on the two tracks that run throug ...