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This news section includes select news coverage from various cities throughout the Golden State.  From Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Monterey, Napa, Lake Tahoe, to local communities such Lincoln, Loomis, Auburn or any of the 400 plus cities in California. You never know what you’ll find here.

Folsom woman gets three years in death of Granite Bay teen

A Folsom woman was sentenced to three years in state prison by a Placer County judge for the 2007 hit-and-run death of 15-year-old Courtney Parker of Granite Bay

Ronald ‘Scott’ Owens to run for Placer County District Attorney

Placer CountyÕs Acting Assistant District Attorney, Ronald "Scott" Owens, officially announced Saturday that he is running for District Attorney of Placer County in the 2010 election. Currently serving as the Acting Assistant District Attorney to incumbent

Teachers arrested in North Highlands sexual assault case

On February 4, 2009, detectives assigned to the Sacramento County SheriffÕs Department's Sexual Assault unit arrested two teachers from Futures High School in North Highlands for multiple felony and misdemeanor charges. An initial report was generated by the Twin Rivers Unified School District Police Department

Police shooting in Lincoln neighborhood, leaves man dead

Early this morning, police officers shot and killed a 55-year old Fair Oaks man after the man who was suspected in a Rocklin armed robbery led officers on a chase and pulled a gun on officers after exiting his vehicle.

PCWA announces Water Efficiency Rebates

Three new water efficiency rebate programs will be offered to customers of the Placer County Water Agency, it was announced at Thursday's (Nov. 20) meeting of the PCWA Board of Directors.

Placer County Office of Education selects four employees of the year

Four outstanding PCOE employees were presented to the Placer County Board of Education by Gayle Garbolino-Mojica, county superintendent of schools: Matt Tofft, ROP Instructor, certificated employee of the year; Robbie Farrell, administrative assistant, classified employee of the year

New rules for wood stove owners in Placer County?

In an effort to reduce particulate-matter emissions from wood stoves and other wood-burning appliances, the Placer County Air Pollution Control District is considering requiring that any wood-burning appliance installed in new construction

Meeting on new Placer County building codes

The Placer County Building Department wants to make sure local homebuilders know to expect changes in building code requirements beginning Jan. 1.

Rolfing , deeper and more powerful than massage

After Rolfing¨ was featured on Oprah Winfrey on April 26th the phones began to ring in offices across the country Ð my own included! Although Rolfing has been practiced for more than fifty years, most people have many questions about it. Here are some of the most typical I receive.

Roseville Real Estate – January Review

Julie Jalone, Sacramento Realtor, reviews how the Roseville real estate market performed during the first month of 2007.