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Police seek woman for failure to appear

Roseville police are asking for the public's help in locating Sheri Renee Marotte. Four Placer County bench warrants have been issued for her arrest. Marotte failed to appear in c ...

Suspect in Roseville theft of DVD player sought

Roseville police are searching for a suspect who stole a portable Polaroid DVD player from a store in the 1600 block of Douglas Boulevard on Nov. 15. A store employee removed the i ...

Shine a light

The clocks have been changed for more than a month now. It gets dark a little sooner every day. What we all wouldn't give for a little more light. For those who celebrate Hanukkah, ...

The tree is trimmed

Even though the temperature hovered around 50 degrees, it snowed last night in Downtown Roseville. The snow was part of the festivities of the annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebrat ...

Roseville remembers, pays tribute to Pearl Harbor vets

Rain clouds parted just in time for Roseville's annual ceremony Friday morning honoring those who were present at Pearl Harbor Dec. 7 1941 - 66 years to the day that naval and air ...

Survivor of Pearl Harbor attack recalls horrific day

Numerous movies have been filmed and books written about the bombing of Pearl Harbor. President Franklin Roosevelt declared Dec. 7, 1941 as a date that "will live in infamy." Louis ...

Snow finally shows

Umbrellas and puddles in Roseville mean snow in the Sierra. A short-lived series of storms have provided a decent amount of snow and snowboarders and skiers can be prepared to hit ...

Foreshill woman's autopsy is 'inconclusive'

Officials said Thursday that even after an autopsy, they have yet to determine exactly how a Foresthill woman died. The body of Cora Lee Suehead, 61, a longtime Placer County resid ...

Young entrepreneur finds business is the 'pits'

Del Oro High School graduate James Dumler finds that life is the pits these days. That's because Dumler, 28, devotes most of his time to running his own business, the Pita Pit in ...

Put winterizing plumbing on top of your to-do list

Last winter's freezing temperatures were a chilly reminder that Roseville is not immune to frozen pipes that can easily burst and cause expensive damage. Protect your home this win ...