Matt Azar, Kendra Langham and Matthew Beardwitt died on Jan. 10 when a wrong way driver hit them near Madison Avenue. The CHP says that driver did not have his headlights on as he slammed into them, head-on.
The girl who wrote it lives 435 miles away from the parking lot of a burger joint in Auburn where it mysteriously landed.
Two weeks ago, an Auburn home caught fire during a standoff between the homeowner and police.
On Christmas Day, a man dressed as Santa Claus at Rowdy Randy’s paid for people’s gas. Down the street, more complete strangers pitched in to buy a bicycle for a boy who walked to school.
Passenger Delanie Strykul says she and her friend Vanessa feared for their lives on Saturday, as they feel they were targeted by a woman driving a silver truck. Strykul says the woman cut them off twice, but then slowed down to drive alongside their car.
A man who fired more than 100 rounds in a gunbattle with police was shot and killed on Sunday, ending an hours-long standoff during which his Northern California house became fully engulfed in flames.
The Dewitt Theater was originally built to entertain injured World War II soldiers, but it now houses the Music & More Arts Academy for kids.
A storm will arrive on Wednesday night that will bring more rain than the storm that hit last week.
Since we are upon our great day of gratitude, a pretext for gorging on poultry and then taking our swollen torsos to the nearest television for some football, let’s look to sports for reasons to give thanks.
With Thanksgiving upon us, we should all take some time to think about what we are thankful for. There is plenty of drama to pay attention to this weekend, and that is something every college football fan can be thankful for.
James and Kathy Daily of Auburn say they’re not only worried, but they are angry. They say part of their home could fall into a ravine after shoddy work was discovered after it was approved by the city.
She and two-dozen other wives of Auburn Police officers demonstrated at the courthouse on Friday, saying department cuts are jeopardizing their husbands’ and the community’s safety.