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The damage estimate from Sunday’s temblor is at $300 million and expected to rise as more than 800 homes and business have to be inspected.
The Nevada County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to ban public access to the old Emigrant Trail that runs through three subdivisions near Grass Valley.
The latest accusation comes against the coach of the Vanden High football team. In the last two years, a Del Oro junior football program, a Rocklin High cheer team, and a parent-teacher group in Auburn all allegedly lost several thousand dollars to a crooked parent or coach.
Casey and Diane Johnson have a small garden on their Garst Road property, but the small patch of land recently cost the couple $1,500 and something they say is even more valuable.
Instead of classes being held today at the Anthem College campus in Ranch Cordova, students met with representatives from the Department of Consumer Affairs to try and figure out what’s next.
Police say that two people have been hurt in a shooting near Tabor and Pennsylvania Avenues Thursday afternoon.
Police are looking for the person who broke into numerous cars in a Roseville neighborhood Thursday morning.
Police say that a woman was fatally injured after she was run over by her own SUV last week.
Alexander Gonzalez, Sacramento State’s President of the last 11 years, announced his impending retirement Thursday.
Police say that a 28-year-old man stabbed his father to death Wednesday afternoon.
A U-Haul truck crashed into a Citrus Heights home Thursday morning – hitting a room where a baby was sleeping.