Noon Hour Update: Local military recruiters work with new standards; Warriors new plan and how the Kings can learn from it and did you miss the Amgen tour?
Welcome to the Auburn Journal's "Noon Hour Update," where we'll present you with stories and updates on what's going on in the news and what we're working on for our Thursday edition.
Remote cameras help stop copper theft: A Dutch Flat man was arrested for allegedly stealing copper wire early Saturday morning after a "tip" from a remote video surveillance camera system. Read more about the arrest here.
What we're working on: The National Basketball Association's Golden State Warriors made waves yesterday by announcing plans to move across the bay from Oakland to San Francisco and build a waterfront arena. Today, Reporter Sara Seyydin is talking to locals and asking their reactions to the developments and what Sacramento arena proponents can take from this announcement. Read about the Warriors' annoucement here.
With the U.S. Military recently announcing more stringent standards in its recruiting process, how will it affect local recruiters? Reporter Gus Thomson will be looking into the issue today.
What do you think?: The Amgen Tour of California is now over, did you miss it here in Auburn? Take our poll on the lower half of our homepage next to sports and let us know.
What you're talking about: Several of today's stories have prompted reader response , including "Placer County ‘community center' winery plans opposed," "Who really pays for solar power in California?," and "Veteran alleges sheriff's wrongly held him back." Read these stories and share your thoughts.
In Opinion, the Letter to the Editor, "Measure A invites problems" is our most read so far today and it's prompted a lengthy discussion among readers. Share your thoughts on this letter and others.
What's happening in your area?: Have news going on where you are? Let us know, email us photos or information at email@example.com.