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UPDATE: Dead body found on Roseville’s Miners Ravine

The discovery of a man’s body alongside the Miners Ravine Trail caused a stir Tuesday morning in Roseville as detectives, emergency responders and CSI blocked off the scene t ...

Barbecuing season as popular as ever in South Placer

From the most cutting-edge grills on the market, to the newest barbecuing gadgets and trends, the Press Tribune explores how home grill masters can end August with a bang. Barbecu ...

Rollover causes delays on I-80 near Rocklin Road

A two-vehicle collision at 1:36 p.m. Friday caused a car to roll over near the Rocklin Road ramp of Interstate 80 eastbound, according to California Highway Patrol, resulting in tr ...

Roseville police make second human trafficking bust on Harding in five months

While visiting the hotel on an unrelated matter, Roseville police arrested a Rancho Cordova man July 11 on suspicion of human trafficking at the Heritage Inn on Harding Boulevard. ...

Rocklin man pleads guilty in child pornography case

Representatives for United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced today that Paul Ross Pacini, 46, of Rocklin, pleaded guilty this morning to felony charges of obtaining chil ...

Cosmetology school to open in Rocklin

A cosmetology school, Selah Beauty Academy, is planned to open this fall at 4750 Grove Street in Rocklin, just north of Midas Avenue and east of Pacific Street. Rocklin City Counc ...

Loomis Basin Brewing Company makes its mark on region

The Loomis Basin Brewing Company is a family-owned and operated microbrewery with a local cult following. Father and son brew masters Jim and Kenny Gowan, who have nearly 40 years ...

Rocklin’s Bill Halldin announces run for state assembly

One of Rocklin’s most active local business owners, Bill Halldin of Halldin Public Relations, will run for election to the California State Assembly in 2016. Halldin announc ...

CASA volunteers in Rocklin reflect on helping endangered children

Working from its base in Rocklin, Child Advocates of Placer County has trained more than 300 adult volunteers to help nearly 550 kids immersed in abuse and neglect cases from the c ...

Sierra College employees in Rocklin launch protest

Motorists on Rocklin Road were treated to a good dose of picketing this afternoon around the intersection of El Don Drive, after Sierra College’s classified employees staged ...

FAMILIAR TRAIL: Placer freshman Claire Ross will take on the 2015 Tevis Cup

Over 200 riders will traverse the Western States Trail from Tahoe to Auburn Aug. 1 for a 100-mile trek that’s considered the oldest endurance trail ride in the world — ...

UPDATE: Truck in Rocklin burglary crashed, suspects still at large

On Sunday, Rocklin police officers began asking for the public’s help in finding two burglars who breached a house on Miravista Drive and were soon confronted by the owners, ...

Placer Sheriff’s Office swears in 57 new employees, 20 patrol deputies

The staffing cuts triggered by California’s economic downturn are now easing up on Placer County’s largest law enforcement agency, whose commanders swore in 57 new empl ...

Remembering Bill Brooks’ impact with Sierra View, Roseville community

Ice clinked against her glass as she set it on the white, linen tablecloth at her home in Roseville. The nerves were overwhelming and her hands were shaky, but she proceeded nonet ...

Teens take over Rocklin’s Finn Hall with special production

Recruiting exceptionally talented teens from seven area high schools, the Rocklin Community Theater is set to perform the Broadway musical “Nice Work If You Can Get It,&rdquo ...