It’s hard to see a silver lining when it comes to California’s drought, but there’s one industry that has a bright future because of it.
Police are searching for two people possibly connected with a fatal single-vehicle rollover in Auburn on Friday night.
With thousands of lightning strikes over the course of two days from this recent storm, fire crews have their eyes on the skies looking for fires.
The weather could be to blame for a fire that’s displaced more than a dozen women and children in transitional housing.
She checks every crack and crevice, all while keeping count on her clicker. She sets out every day, armed with a broom, dustpan, and a bright T-shirt with an important message.
A new report shows the potential economic loss from wildfires in California is on the rise, but at the same time, the number of high risk homes is down.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is looking for clues in connection with an auto theft that happened back in July.
A high-speed chase ended Sunday evening after police used spike strips on the suspect’s car.
You wouldn’t expect to hear about circadian rhythms, or bioluminescent behavior from middles schoolers, but these 12- and 13-year-olds from EV Cain Middle School are proud of their scientific knowledge.
The Auburn Drug Company first opened in 1896 and stayed a thriving small business, even if it feels like stepping into a time capsule.
The project is finally expected to be done by the end of this summer. But there’s more to dig with this major roadway redo. It’s one of the largest the area has seen, and involves turning a century-old country road into a major four-lane bypass.
At first glance, it doesn’t even look like a graveyard, with small pieces of wood marking the graves, thanks to some volunteers. Now, any veterans buried there will have a proper resting place.