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Celebrating women's suffrage

This Friday marks the 85th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave American women the right to vote, after a contentious and protracted struggle. Friday and Saturday bring l ...

Three more human cases of West Nile found

Three more human cases of West Nile virus were announced by officials Tuesday, bringing the total of Placer County residents diagnosed with the virus to seven for this year. County ...

Sex offender posts bail after Del Oro incident

A 30-year-old registered sex offender is back on the streets after posting bail within 24 hours of being arrested for allegedly exposing himself to a Del Oro High school student. ...

Police seize pot; arrest suspect

Roseville Police said a probation search following a served warrant Wednesday night bagged a marijuana grower and a half-pound of the drug on the premises, along with plants, scale ...

School officials consider delay in high school construction

Roseville Joint Union High School District officials are weighing their options for the district's fifth high school, considering the benefits and drawbacks of opening the school a ...

Attorney pleads no contest to 3 charges

A Placer County attorney facing multiple drug, forgery and child molestation charges pleaded no contest Wednesday in an Auburn courtroom to some of the 20 counts against him. Jonat ...

Trip to support troops

Forget the Alamo. The battle lines in Texas today are being drawn right outside a ranch in the small town of Crawford. While the country watches developments of Cindy Sheehan's pro ...

West Nile efforts continue, residential spraying unlikely

Placer County officials informed the public about their efforts to combat West Nile virus in a Thursday forum at city hall, making it clear they would make a formal announcement be ...

A Cooley first-year teacher aims to make math and science fun with a ...

Cari Prater, a first-year teacher at Cooley Middle School, opted to captivate her eighth-graders Thursday on their first of many days together with a surefire demonstration - torch ...

Exchanging cultures

The first day of class is generally a bit intimidating. Add a new school in a new country to the equation and starting school can be downright frightening. That was the situation ...

Police seize pot; arrest suspect

Roseville Police said a probation search following a served warrant Wednesday night bagged a marijuana grower and a half-pound of the drug on the premises, along with plants, scale ...

School officials consider delay in high school construction

Roseville Joint Union High School District officials are weighing their options for the district's fifth high school, considering the benefits and drawbacks of opening the school a ...

Attorney pleads no contest to 3 charges

A Placer County attorney facing multiple drug, forgery and child molestation charges pleaded no contest Wednesday in an Auburn courtroom to some of the 20 counts against him. Jonat ...

Trip to support troops

Forget the Alamo. The battle lines in Texas today are being drawn right outside a ranch in the small town of Crawford. While the country watches developments of Cindy Sheehan's pro ...

West Nile efforts continue, residential spraying unlikely

Placer County officials informed the public about their efforts to combat West Nile virus in a Thursday forum at city hall, making it clear they would make a formal announcement be ...