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The greening of Roseville

How many environmentally conscious citizens does it take to change a light bulb? Only one, but they're doing it a lot less often these days. With all of the recent focus on clean, ...

Sacramento man charged with first-degree murder

A Sacramento man landed himself in the Placer County Jail on charges of murder, burglary and aggravated assault shortly after Roseville Police officers found him sitting in a parke ...

Gaines considers run for Congress

Assemblyman Ted Gaines expressed interest last week in challenging U.S. Rep. John Doolittle for the Fourth District GOP nomination in the upcoming June primary, but stopped short o ...

GOP activist withdraws Doolittle support

Longtime Congressman John Doolittle supporter and former Placer County Republican Party Chairman Ken Campbell said Friday that he is pulling back his support for the nine-term Cong ...

Adelante students go back to school in style

Some Adelante High School graduates might have a hard time recognizing their old stomping grounds. With colorful stamped concrete, grassy areas, an outdoor stage and - most importa ...

'Mr. Bean's Holiday,' 'The Nanny Diaries' beat the heat

Some people refer to August as the "Dog Days of Summer." The motion picture industry refers to it as "Movie Dump Month." The summers blockbusters have run their course, fall Oscar ...

Sacramento man charged with first-degree murder

A Sacramento man landed himself in the Placer County Jail on charges of murder, burglary and aggravated assault shortly after Roseville Police officers found him sitting in a parke ...

Calendar

Events n Roseville's own Dominic Sandoval is a part of the "So You Think You Can Dance" tour coming to Sacramento on Saturday, Nov. 24 at Arco Arena. Tickets start at $35 and are o ...

Roseville 7-Eleven clerk accused in scam

A 40-year old convenience store clerk was booked into the Placer County Jail this week after police said she schemed to keep a customer's lottery winnings - totaling $550,000 - to ...

Judge rules to eliminate evidence from jury's eyes, ears

Judge Robert F. McElhany ruled on several motions Thursday to eliminate evidence from the eyes and ears to the jury in a case of murder, including the victim's father's past. For ...