Towns, Cities Send Letters To Governor Newsom Asking To Reopen EconomyLeaders in Manteca, Placerville and Sutter County are pushing the governor to let them loosen shelter-in-place restrictions.
Placerville Vice Mayor Shares Story After Testing Positive For CoronavirusPlacerville Vice Mayor Dennis Thomas is recovering after testing positive for coronavirus.
Search On For Rightful Owners After Stash Of Stolen Bicycles Found At Placerville Homeless CampDeputies are trying to find the rightful owners of dozens of bicycles that were discovered at a homeless camp in the Placerville area recently.
Placerville Vice Mayor Recovering From CoronavirusThe Vice Mayor of Placerville has tested positive for coronavirus and is now recovering, according to a social media post. 
Coronavirus: Is Social Pressure Enough to Keep Northern Californians Home?“It’s kind of weird because we need to be separated physically but we need to be united mentally," said Amore Mio Italian Bistro's Mari Sciamanna.
Placerville Residents Reluctant To Follow Safety Precautions Issued By Health Officials Some communities have been reluctant to implement safety precautions the Governor and health officials are asking for.
Man, 32, Suspected Of Ramming His Car Into Placerville Big 5 Store To Get InsideA man is under arrest after police say he rammed his car into the Placerville Big 5 Sporting Goods to get inside, then started ransacking the store.
FBI Investigating Suspicious Death Case Of 11-Year-Old Roman LopezIt's been more than five weeks since 11-year-old Roman Lopez was found dead in Placerville.
Placerville Community Begs For Answers In Roman Lopez's Suspicious Death InvestigationIt started as a bulletin plastered throughout the community calling for help: "Find Roman Lopez."
High-Speed Chase Of Burglary Suspect Starts In Rancho Cordova, Ends In Crash In PlacervilleA high-speed chase spanning two counties comes to a crashing end in Placerville early Tuesday morning.
Placerville Hometown Newspaper Tracks Twists Of Wrongful Conviction Murder CaseCBS13 went into the archives of the Mountain Democrat, the oldest newspapers in California, with Mimi Escobar, who has worked at the newspaper for decades and covered the murder of Jane Hylton in 1985.