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DA won't retry Guerrero

The Sacramento sheriff’s sergeant at the center of a 2007 controversial drunken-driving stop in Roseville won’t be prosecuted a second time. The Placer County District Attorne ...

Students test-drive their future

In these economic times if a car dealership can be called “inspiring,” “influential” and “educational” by teenage students, that could be a sign they’re doing some ...

Chamber forum urges keeping dollars local

Business may be all about dollars and cents, but in an economy that doesn’t generate much of either, keeping those dollars local may be the only thing that makes much sense. Acco ...

Cat chaos in Placer

They may call these the “dog days of summer,” but Placer County SPCA begs to differ as they are inundated with cats. Roseville PSPCA Chief Executive Officer Leilani Vierra, s ...

CHP looking for driver to help with fatal collision investigation

The Auburn Area California Highway Patrol office is looking for any possible witnesses who may have seen a blue sedan traveling at about 6:20 p.m. on Sunset Boulevard West on May 2 ...

Young Einsteins?

The multipurpose room at Gold Ridge Elementary School was abuzz with children inventing. Next to the door was a pile of trash — old egg cartons, plastic containers, boxes. Sitti ...

Food drives take on air

Bouncing off the walls at home is not usually welcome, but at Bounce U, not only is it encouraged it’s made more fun with wall-to-wall inflatable play structures. Originally a go ...

Final contest isn’t last word from spelling whiz

For four years, she studied countless hours and endured enormous pressure -- all in hopes of spelling greatness at the Scripps National Spelling Bee. So what does Josephine Kao do ...

Victim in crash clings to life

After a truck slammed Tom Sanches against a wall during a Roseville street fair, doctors weren’t optimistic he would make it through the night. But nearly three weeks later, the ...