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One bank gives to another

First Northern Bank is wrapping up its 100th year in business by donating $10,000 in cookbook sales to area food banks. Two Placer County food banks received a total of nearly $1, ...

Business owner holds landlord liable for fire that closed shop

The founder of a fledgling store has blamed her property owner for an exhaust fan that caught fire last week, shutting down the business ahead of its grand opening. Stephanie Beedy ...

District 1 has a new senator

Senate District 1 officially has a new representative. Judge Don Currier gave the oath of office to Sen. Ted Gaines, R-Roseville, at 9 a.m. Thursday in the Senate Chambers of the ...

Sheriff: Purse thief connected to six area thefts

The man wanted by the Placer County Sheriff’s Office for stealing purses from grocery carts is now the suspect in six purse thefts. Two new surveillance photographs are being rel ...

Duran, Weygandt take oath of office

Jack Duran and Robert M. Weygandt formally took the oath of office during the final days of 2010 to start four-year terms on the Placer County Board of Supervisors. Duran, a Rosev ...

Gaines Senate win spurs on Assembly election

Ted Gaines’ Senate District 1 win leaves the 4th Assembly District seat open, and several people are already thinking of filling it, including Gaines’ wife, Beth. The Califor ...

CarMax drives Molly to the Magic Kingdom

Three-year-old Molly Easton didn’t have to see perfectly to see a dream of her family at Disney World. With the support of Make-A-Wish Foundation and CarMax in Roseville, her w ...

Reward in stolen brass cases

Police are offering a cash reward for leads on a string of metal thefts that hit at least six businesses in late December. Three that took place within a one-block radius, includin ...

New Year's arrest leads to Rocklin PD internal investigation

A YouTube video of a man’s arrest has led to a Rocklin Police investigation.The video shows a Rocklin Police officer striking a man numerous times with a baton during an altercat ...

DA theft case goes to U.S. Attorney

The District Attorney’s Office has declined to file charges against a man accused of taking more than $15,000 from Placer’s top prosecutor. Brian Jagger was not arraigned at hi ...