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Burn excess energy at summer camps for kids

With summer underway, the Roseville Utility Exploration Center is a great place for family fun. Located at 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd. in the Martha Riley Community Library, the UE ...

Roseville veterans challenge youth on Memorial Day

Retired Col. DeLyle Redmond, one of Roseville’s highest decorated soldiers issued a challenge for the city’s youth during his speech Monday at the city’s Memorial Day remembr ...

Roseville's top speller at bee

She’s at it again. The Scripps National Spelling Bee is taking place today and Thursday in Washington, D.C., and Roseville’s Josephine Kao is there. The 14-year-old student who ...

County budget outlook dismal

Placer County supervisors received more dismal budget news Tuesday. Not only did the board approve an interim spending plan that estimates an 11.1 percent drop in spending in the ...

Thieves hit Little League snack bar

It’s happened again – another local little league is reporting being hit by thieves. This time it’s Roseville West Little League. Representatives said thieves broke into a sn ...

Skateboarder dies from injuries

A Roseville teen has succumbed to his injuries sustained in a Monday evening accident. Justin Grich, 18, was pronounced dead at Sutter Roseville Medical Center Tuesday afternoon, s ...

N.Y. Pizza, Country Gables owners vow to rebuild

Both owners of the restaurants inside a building that was destroyed by fire this week vowed to reopen as soon as possible. Meanwhile, Roseville Fire officials said they believed t ...

Man arrested twice in afternoon

A 42-year-old Roseville man was out of jail little more than an hour before being re-arrested Tuesday. Detectives arrested Danny Mervin Ray on seven bench warrants, including for D ...

Rattlesnakes like warm weather, cluttered garages

KC Fuerstenberger is used to having animals at her house. But the rattlesnake that appeared last week just outside her garage door was not a welcomed guest for the Roseville resid ...

Mistrial in officer's DUI case

A Placer County judge declared a mistrial Friday after jurors were unable to reach a verdict in the case of a Sacramento Sheriff’s sergeant at the center of a controversial 2007 ...