Diamond Springs, CA

‘You’re Scaring Kids’: Crowd Combats Anti-Pride Protesters At Children’s Museum By Singing

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) – A Pride event designed for children and families took an ugly turn in Rancho Cordova Saturday. Protesters showed up shortly after family festivities got underway at the Sacramento Children’s Museum.    Drag princess Suzette Veneti says she wasn’t surprised, she was disappointed and wanted answers. One sign read: “Groomers are not welcome in California.” Another read: “Protect white children.” “You’re standing there with a megaphone and signs, you’re scaring kids,” Veneti said. “They could’ve protested at Pride. They could protest anywhere they want, but to pick a children’s museum with children, like, this is for kids.” “There were a lot of...
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Birds saved after allegedly being used for illegal cockfighting in Placer County

PLACER COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL) — Multiple birds that were being used for illegal cockfighting in Placerville were saved, according to a Placer County Probation Department Facebook post. According to the Facebook post, two probation officers, with the help of the Placer County Animal Control, removed multiple birds that were allegedly being used for illegal cockfighting. […]
L.A. Weekly

3 Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision on Roseville Parkway [Roseville, CA]

ROSEVILLE, CA (June 27, 2022) – Wednesday morning, three people sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle collision on Roseville Parkway. The crash happened at 7:15 a.m., in the area of Roseville Parkway and Pleasant Grove Boulevard. According to the reports, a total of four cars collided in the area. However,...

Structure fire destroys Roseville home under construction

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) — Construction crews are back at square one on Monday after a structure fire destroyed a home in Roseville. The construction fire also spread out to some dry grass in the area which lead to a vegetation fire. The fire is still under investigation after an entire house caught on fire on […]

Mochinut opens in Roseville featuring mochi donuts, Korean corndogs

ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Mochinut opened its new location in Roseville on Monday, according to its Facebook page. The menu features mochi donuts, Korean corndogs and milk tea, according to a Facebook post. The mochi donut originated from Hawaii and is a combination of American doughnuts and Japanese mochi, according...
Mountain Democrat

Camino Union School District welcomes new leader

The Camino Union School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved the selection of Patricia Horn as the new superintendent/principal. “On behalf of the board of trustees, I would like to welcome Superintendent Patricia Horn to our amazing team,” CUSD Board President Judy Morris said Following the June 21 meeting. “We are confident that her strengths and attributes will blend well with our talented staff and supportive community. We are grateful to Matt Smith for his eight years of dedicated leadership and excited about the future of the Camino Union School District.”

Louisiana Man Who Fled to NV after Carjacking and Kidnapping Sentenced to Prison

Davon Tyree Robinson-Bowls, of Kansas City, Missouri, appeared for sentencing on charges related to an armed carjacking on March 15 in Rocklin, California, where he forced an individual into a car, kidnapping them, and fled across the state line into Nevada. Robinson-Bowls was apprehended at mile marker 70 at the Trinity Exit on I-80 after an extensive chase. A black handgun matching the description given by the victim was retrieved in the area troopers had reported seeing the driver throw out a black metallic object from the vehicle. The initial criminal complaint against Robinson-Bowls included:

Rivers See Crowds With Triple-Digit Heat, Also Rescue Calls

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) – Sunday marked the sixth day in a row with a high temperature of 100 degrees or higher for Sacramento, according to the National Weather Service. It’s the type of heat that makes one wince at the forecast, but one can easily forget along the American River. “It cools you down for the whole day,” said Isabel Hernandez-Woodruff of Carmichael. “You don’t even feel that 104 – if that’s what it is.” While people find respite, Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District reminds people to use their life jackets. Parks along the river often have free life jackets for children. Also, Metro Fire offers...

Georgetown Varsity Blues Dad Wins by Revealing Rich Kid Perks

Click here to read the full article. Going by the odds, Amin Khoury’s decision to go to trial seemed dubious. The businessman faced felony charges over his daughter’s admission into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit seven years ago. Dozens of other parents nabbed in Operation Varsity Blues copped plea deals. The few others that tried their luck with juries were convicted. One was sentenced to 15 months in prison. Those outcomes aren’t surprising given that defendants in federal criminal trials usually lose. According to Pew Research, federal juries convict 86% of criminal defendants. That’s one reason why 90% of defendants facing...
Mountain Democrat

EDH rower wins gold

Sacramento’s Capital Junior Crew Youth Women’s Pair, Elsa Hartman of Granite Bay and Lily Crook of El Dorado Hills, won gold at the U.S. Rowing Youth National Championship, besting the field by almost two boat lengths. Competition took place June 9-12 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla....

WVU adds athletic hitter via the transfer portal

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Just a few days after learning of a commitment from highly-touted high school pitcher Aiden Cody, Randy Mazey and his coaching staff added another player to its roster Monday. Landon Wallace, who has played two seasons at the University of Nevada in the Mountain West Conference,...

Jeep Grand Wagoneer Obsidian features black theme

Upscale SUV that can hang with many of the class leaders. Roseville, Calif.- If black happens to be an attractive color when shopping for a large luxury sport utility vehicle, then the 2022 Grand Wagoneer Obsidian is a must see. This is an SUV that is decked out in black....

Daniel Susac earns Unanimous All-American status

Arizona Baseball's Daniel Susac has once again earned the honor of being recognized as a unanimous All-American after being selected to the Second Team by Baseball America and the Third Team by D1Baseball. This marks back-to-back unanimous All-America campaigns for the Wildcats standout catcher, who is expected to be selected...

Missoula man wins 2022 Western States Endurance Run in 100-mile debut

Adam Peterman of Missoula, Montana, won the 2022 Western States Endurance Run on Saturday, crossing the finish line at LeFebvre Stadium at Placer High School with a time of 15 hours, 13 minutes and 48 seconds. Peterman became the second person since 1999 to win in his Western States debut,...