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Regulator: Roseville, Folsom Could Run Out Of Water By September If Folsom Lake Releases Continue

Andrew Fecko with the Placer County Water Agency is concerned and frustrated after learning the Bureau of Reclamation has increased releases from Folsom Lake. He warns those increased releases won’t just expose ruins where water should be.


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Police: Job Interview Letters Are For Selling Cutco Knives, Not Human Trafficking

Families claimed the company scheduled an interview where the potential interviewee would be drugged, kidnapped and turned over to human traffickers.


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Victims Of Juveniles’ Alleged Crime Spree In Roseville Speak Out

An overnight crime spree in Roseville left several cars damaged. Police say eight people are responsible, and they’re all kids.



Police: 8 Minors Arrested After String Of Car Break-Ins In Roseville

Eight minors have been arrested after an alleged string of car break-ins overnight, police say.



High School Basketball Player In Roseville Selected To Play On Team USA

A freshman high school basketball star from Roseville is now on team USA. Jordan Brown found out this week he’s made the roster after an intense nationwide tryout. Brown is now at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado.



Roseville Home Destroyed By Flames, Second House Damaged

A Roseville home was completely charred by a house fire Tuesday morning.


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Roseville Couple Wins Bahamas Cruise With Misdialed Number

It turns out she called the local number for a nationwide Internet radio contest with The Kiss 101, and she had no idea what she was talking about. All she knew was the 15th caller.


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Roseville Parents Sue Teacher, School District Over Alleged Racially Based Abuse

Her alleged targets were minorities, including the Beechams’ daughter, who is biracial. The teacher also allegedly used racially offensive language, saying “everyone needs to own a Mexican.”


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Life Time Athletic

A new local gym is trying to make staying fit a little easier.



Funding For Dyslexia, Disability Screening Slashed From Legislation

They were among dozens who spoke out at the state Capitol last month in support of a new bill that requires schools to better identify and address dyslexic students’ needs.


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New State Water Rules Mean Most Of Sacramento Region Will See Slightly Stronger Restrictions

Out of 19 water districts in the region, 14 will see an increase in water restrictions from 1 to 3 percent. The El Dorado Irrigation District was a lone bright spot with a 7 percent reduction in its target.



Roseville City Council Approves $5 Million Toward Multi-Use Sports Complex

The city voted to contribute $5 million to help build a $35 million multi-use sports complex at Blue Oaks Boulevard and Phillip Road. The complex will serve youth and amateur soccer, lacrosse, rugby and football.