Senior softball players from all over the country competed in Roseville in a six day tournament expected to bring big bucks to the area.
The Roseville Fire Department officially declared a fire near Maidu Park in Roseville was arson, but they are still looking for more information.
The fire started before 3 p.m. on Friday and burned through Maidu Park and damaged four homes and a gazebo.
Some Roseville families are trying to get ahead of Monday’s storm as their rooftops were damaged on Friday after a huge fire started in nearby Maidu Park.
As arson investigators continue to determine whether or not the suspicious Roseville grass fire was man-made, displaced homeowners are learning it will be a long time before they can return home.
Firefighters say the winds and heavy, dry brush helped the fire grow quickly. More than 180 firefighters showed up and 256 homeowners were told to either shelter in place or evacuate their homes.
During a live interview with CBS13 today, he had some choice words for firefighters, obviously frustrated for how long he says it took them.
A large grass fire has burned multiple structures in Roseville and is forcing evacuations, say fire officials.