Man Suffers Broken Jaw After Right Of Way Dispute Along Folsom TrailA dispute over the right of way turned violent on a trail in Folsom.  
Tale Of Two Towns: More Businesses Open In El Dorado Hills While Folsom Stays Under Tight RestrictionsFolsom and El Dorado Hills share a border but are each living under a totally different set of rules in the state’s reopening plan.
Clearer Skies Bring Sacramento-Area Residents Out For Friday Night FunThe clearing skies are coming just in time for a number of outdoor events across the region this weekend.
VIDEO: Folsom Man Accused Of Drunkenly Attacking Gate Agent At Seattle AirportThe alarming attack began over the wearing of a mask.
Some Sacramento County Hair Salons Prepare To Reopen Under New State CriteriaThere’s a budding sense of excitement with hair salons and barbershops on Sunday following the new reopening criteria unveiled by Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday.
Engineers Stumped Over Random Pinhole Pipe Leaks Plaguing Folsom HomesCopper pipes are leaking at random in Folsom and no one knows why.
Folsom Shuts Down Historic Sutter Street To Boost Patio Access For RestaurantsFor the first time during the COVID-19 pandemic, city leaders shut down Sutter Street, giving dozens of businesses in historic downtown access to more patio space and more customers.
Caught On Camera: Daredevil Makes Dangerous Leap Off Historic Folsom Truss BridgeA Folsom daredevil was caught on camera jumping off the historic Folsom Truss Bridge and into the American River. 
Pandemic Delays Folsom Pro Rodeo’s 60th Anniversary Until 2021The Folsom Pro Rodeo’s 60th anniversary celebration is being postponed to next year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Wrong-Way Driver Hit On Highway 50 Identified As Crystal Mora Of SacramentoAuthorities have identified the woman who was killed after she crashed along Highway 50 on Thursday.
Folsom Woman Who Was Employee In College Admissions Bribery Case To Plead GuiltyMikaela Sanford, 34, of Folsom, California, will plead guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering, according to a statement from the office of the U.S. Attorney for Boston, Andrew Lelling.