The city of Auburn may soon have a new “Phenomenon” plaque after the original was stolen.
An Auburn woman fighting cancer is looking for a clinical trial that could help save her life, but she says the government shutdown is shutting down her chances of finding one.
Thanks to the partial government shutdown, hundreds of needy people in Placer County could soon have the door to their Meals on Wheels service closed, when they need it the most.
A simple part of history to remember when hundreds of locals hoped to land a small part is now just a bump in the road. Residents are hoping to collect $500 in donations for a new plaque.
Auburn used no city money as an Amgen host in 2011, raising an estimated $150,000 to $200,000 from donors who paid for things like hotel rooms and meals for Amgen, as well as police and fire services.
Downtown Auburn is a big draw for tourists, but some say it comes with an increase in the number of panhandlers begging for change. Now, the city is doing something about it.
More than 600 homeless men and women in Auburn are seeking a roof over their head. Shop owners and neighbors agree something should be built—but they don’t want a shelter in the heart of town.
Super Porky disappeared from his home on top of the Flying Pig BBQ in Auburn at some point over the weekend.
A car hit a power pole in Nevada County on Tuesday morning knocking power lines onto the road.
AUBURN (CBS13) — A special bird seed recipe sold by a local pet supply store is suddenly soaring in popularity. Roger Strahle created a blend that’s become a birdwatcher’s bonanza at Wild Bird Station (1153 […]
Auburn police say a business was burglarized three times this year by the same people.
While many cities are struggling to cut back, the city of Auburn finds itself in a unique position with millions of extra dollars in its reserves.