California

Trio of local seniors sign with California programs

The man they call Tank is headed to sunny Southern California. The 6-foot-2, 290-pound lineman from Granite Bay High School announced his verbal commitment to the Cal Poly footbal ...

Granite Bay residents form coalition to fight development

A flurry of development projects in recent months has inspired the formation of a group of concerned residents and business people, Defend Granite Bay. On Tuesday, this group will ...

New school in town: Q&A with University of Warwick Dean Seán Hand

When it launches its first two courses in 2018, the University of Warwick’s planned graduate school in Roseville will be headed by Seán Hand as dean. Hand, the foundi ...

Is a population crisis looming for California?

Californians born between 2005 and 2020 are twice as important as their predecessors. Why? Because there aren’t enough of them. In about 20 years, as the older generation s ...

KAREN'S CUP: Mother-son duo trot to Tevis Cup title

A week prior to the start of the Tevis Cup, it appeared a wildland blaze through the American River canyon could have cost fans the enjoyment of one of the most illustrious enduran ...

Justin Castrillo Resigns from Oakmont Wrestling to Coach Son

For the last four seasons, Justin Castrillo has built a strong wrestling program at Oakmont High School. Castrillo led the school to Roseville School District’s only individu ...

California high school sports participation at all-time high for third consecutive year

High school sports participation continues to increase in California and is at an all-time high for the third consecutive year according to the 2015 California In ...

Sacramento’s professional tennis team enjoys Dream season

Just a short, five-minute drive down Sunrise Avenue in Roseville and you’re on your way to Dreamland — the home of Sacramento’s California Dream professional tenn ...

Valley Christian alum promoted in Texas Rangers organization

Ryan Cordell is embracing the grind.  Not only is the 2010 Valley Christian Academy graduate getting used to the heat in Texas, but he’s adapting to the high level of c ...

Carmel-by-the-Sea continues to weave that magic spell

Who’s up for sharing s’mores on a moonlit, white sand beach? Ever meet a winemaker in a tasting room just steps from the one previously visited? Does a round of serious ...

District 3 Rodeo finals decide State contestants

The dust has settled at the Lincoln Rodeo Arena and the horse trailers and pickups have departed following the senior finals held May 2-3. The cowboys and cowgirls will now load up ...

CHP puts emphasis on traffic safety through citations

Jaywalkers last week had another reason to look both ways before crossing the street – especially if they found themselves caught up in the latest traffic safety operation. ...

West Nile top suspect in Ophir woman’s death

Placer County health officials are calling the weekend death of an Ophir woman a “probable case” of West Nile virus. Joyce Richter passed away Saturday following a mon ...