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Rocklin crime Log: Jewelry burglaries, bathroom busts top week for cops

Information compiled from local police reports. All suspects are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.    Oct. 7 Between 4-7:45 a.m. on the 600 blo ...

Newcomer candidates get seasoned fast

  Political campaigning is hard, and it can be an eye-opening experience for the unseasoned candidate. Two local candidates, Art Moore, who is running against incumbent Rep. ...

Metonym emerges as Rocklin’s cutting edge literary journal

If Franz Kafka was right about literature being “the axe for the frozen sea within us,” then a young platoon of believers is doing their part to shatter the ice — ...

Grief, social media inspire Rocklin woman to donate kidney

Preparing a documentary about her quest to become a living organ donor, 23-year-old Avonlea Montague of Rocklin knows well the power of inspiration, even – or perhaps especia ...

Café’s anti-trafficking aim resonates with Rocklin’s youth

Freedom is not a universal guarantee, human trafficking happens everywhere. Last year, federal authorities broke up a major ring of forced slavery in nearby San Joaquin County. Wi ...

Placer County confirms West Nile

A Placer County communicable disease investigation has confirmed the West Nile virus infection in an Ophir woman who died earlier this month. Though 82-year-old Joyce Richter was ...

UPDATE: Rollover at Fairway and Stanford Ranch in Roseville

UPDATE: A two-vehicle collision Thursday afternoon turned a tan 1998 Ford Explorer on its side near the intersection of Stanford Ranch Road and Fairway Drive in Roseville, injuring ...

Robinson’s Taekwondo offers free defense training in Rocklin

Robinson’s Taekwondo will offer a free women’s safety and self-defense clinic next week at all of its locations in the region, including Rocklin. Before the clocks rol ...

West Nile top suspect in Ophir woman’s death

Placer County health officials are calling the weekend death of an Ophir woman a “probable case” of West Nile virus. Joyce Richter passed away Saturday following a mon ...

Rocklin author Guy Spitzer hosts signing at Barnes & Noble

Written under the pen name Tyler Spence, Rocklin resident Guy Spitzer has a new coming of age novel called Platforms — a work of fiction inspired by real characters and actua ...