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Updated: Woman plunges from Auburn building onto car

A woman who minutes before had said she wanted to go to heaven plummeted Thursday from the roof of a building in Downtown Auburn, landing on a car. The woman's fall was witnessed b ...

Police await ruling

Authorities still don’t know how a Fair Oaks man ended up drowning in Lake Natoma. Timothy Allen Hecht, 54, was found dead in the lake a few weeks ago but the circumstances surro ...

Firefighters get burned by cost-cutting plan

Tightening of the fiscal belt in Folsom is forcing the Fire Department to essentially shut down one of its engines — and some fear that could put the public’s safety in jeopard ...

Lights, camera, find a job

Nearly 100 job hunters turned out for a recent early morning video resume workshop offered by KMAX TV’s “Good Day Sacramento” show, Folsom Lake Ford and the Telegraph. The pr ...

The pauper and the president

Retired U.S. Navy Cmdr. Ted Robinson is known locally as a Sacramento County Parks commissioner, but an incident that happened 66 years ago halfway around the world to a man who wo ...

Former Granite Bay resident to make national TV debut

Granite Bay resident Joni Weidoff knew her son David was destined to be in the theater at a young age. A family outing to a musical production of “South Pacific” when David was ...

Playmakers bring Tim Brown to Folsom

Greg Roeszler has done it again. The founder and executive director of Playmakers, a local organization that mentors high-risk youth using athletics as a format, has put together ...

Cops nab one alleged TV snatcher

Folsom Police officers didn’t have to go far to nab one of the men accused of snatching big screen TVs -- he was already cooling his heels in the county clink. Sgt. Rick Hillman ...

Folsom firm accused of running Ponzi scheme

A Folsom-based investment firm may have its assets frozen in a move by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The agency accuses the firm of operating an illegal Ponzi scheme. Ac ...

Update: Folsom mom moves to round three

Folsom resident Marsha Warner, a wife and mother of two, was one of 16 selected out of 1,200 entries to compete in a national recipe contest and as of Monday morning, she was movin ...