Storms soaked the land in December, but January was the driest on record. And so, she says, people turned on their sprinklers. She cautions against reading too much into one month—in Folsom, residents conserved more than 21 percent in 2014, and had one of the highest rates in the state.
While there are still a few more rounds to go, Kristin Richmond is now just one of 100 people and one of just 50 women who could be picked to take a one-way trip out of this world.
What was once a hidden gem nestled within a quiet Folsom neighborhood may now become a hotspot for criminals, according to people living there.
The Folsom community is rallying around a Folsom firefighter who’s been in a coma for weeks after an accident on a popular recreational trail.
A judge has sentenced former FOX40 reporter Sabrina Rodriguez to jail time and to pay restitution after she pleaded no contest to a grand theft charge.
A new Nordstrom Rack store will be opening next year at the Folsom Palladio, the company announced Wednesday.
The largest controversy revolves around the apartment smoking ban. CBS13 asked McGeorge School of Law professor Brian Landsberg if the city could do that.
Friends and family gathered Sunday to remember the woman killed in a random act of violence outside of an El Dorado Hills bar.
Folsom’s Palladio at Broadstone says Toby Keith’s restaurant owned them more than $260,000 in rent before it suddenly shut down last week.
It’s called Dropcountr, and it allows for quick access to personal water use info at any time. The city is offering the free program to the first 5,000 customers who sign up.
Employees at the restaurant got word they would be losing their jobs over the holiday. Despite the fact it hasn’t closed yet, a New Year’s Eve party planned for Wednesday at the restaurant has been canceled.
The movie features Seth Rogen and James Franco as journalists who end up tied with a CIA plot to assassinate the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un. That plot point is believed to have prompted a massive attack on Sony Pictures’ systems, leading to many sensitive files and movies being swiped from the servers, as well as employees’ personal information.