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Vet says injured horse couldn’t be saved

A horse was severely injured and had to be destroyed after being spooked by motorcycles being operated illegally at Folsom Lake on Saturday, Jan. 3. The horse was owned by Newcas ...

Hooked on blues

If John Lee Hooker Jr. had stuck with his first career aspiration, he would be studying for the bar instead of playing in them. Luckily for blues lovers he passed on life as an at ...

Sierra Club lawsuit challenges project

The Sierra Club filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging the county’s approval of a plan that would create urban growth and allow for a new university campus in western Placer County ...

Man found in Roseville ravine hanged himself

The Placer County Coroner's Office has determined the cause of death for a Roseville man who went missing from Sutter Roseville Medical Center Dec. 31 was by hanging. Placer County ...

City grant applications due Feb. 4

Grant guidelines and application forms for the city’s three grant programs are now available. Completed applications must be received no later than 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4, in ...

Babies to boom at Roseville Kaiser

Move over, Morse Avenue. Roseville is poised to take over the mantle as Kaiser Permanente’s regional baby headquarters next week, ending the Sacramento facility’s decades-long ...

Veterinarian says injured horse couldn’t be saved

Dr. Jack Abrahams, a Granite Bay veterinarian, made an emergency call to Folsom Lake on Saturday, Jan. 3, to examine Toby, the horse injured after being spooked by illegal dirt bik ...

Condition upgraded for pedestrian hit by car

The condition of a Roseville man hit by a car Tuesday has been upgraded to “fair,” Roseville police said Wednesday. The 53-year-old remains at Sutter Roseville Medical Center a ...