Body Matching Missing Man Khamsouk Soulignan Found Along American RiverOfficials have found a body while searching for 65-year-old Khamsouk Soulignan, who went missing after fishing with his son along the American River Wednesday afternoon.
New Video Shows American River Water Rescue Near AuburnVideo released by the Placer County Sheriff's Office shows the rescue of a woman on the American River on Wednesday.
Man's Lost Prosthetic Leg Found In American River By DiverKarl Bly, the creator of the American River Lost & Found Facebook page, dives in the river almost every day, but earlier this month he found something unusual — a prosthetic leg.
Teen Who Went Missing In American River Pronounced DeadA teenage girl who was pulled from the American River Saturday night has died. 
Missing Teen Swimmer In Critical Condition After American River RescueA missing teen swimmer was taken to the hospital in critical condition after being rescued from the American River on Saturday, the Sacramento Fire Department said.
Woman Blames Staph Infection On E. Coli In American River
Family Rescued After Getting Stranded In River Near No Hands BridgeCrews worked quickly to rescue a family of four who got stranded in the Middle Fork of the American River on Monday evening.
Crews Rescue 6 People Stranded In American RiverIt was a busy day for rescue crews on the American River Wednesday. 
El Dorado Hills Firefighters Save Four People, Including 3-Year-Old Boy, Caught In American River RapidsThe last day of swift water rescue training for a group of El Dorado Hills firefighters put their practice to the test Wednesday afternoon. 
Alcohol Ban In Place Saturday For Rafting Gone Wild On American RiverIn anticipation of the annual Rafting Gone Wild event on the American River, Sacramento County Regional Parks issued an alcohol ban for Saturday.
'Drowning Is Quick And It's Silent': 9 Out Of 10 Drowning Deaths Happen While Child Is SupervisedFor some it may be hard to imagine how a child can drown when they are surrounded by family and friends, but data shows it's all too common.