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Juvenile arrested in double homicide Sacramento County Sheriff's officials have arrested a male juvenile in connection with a double homicide at midnight Wednesday in a parking lot outside an Arden Arcade apartment complex on the 2000 block of Howe
Although it is an arm of the court, it operates independently of direct court supervision...It typically focuses on special district, city and county governments to make sure that they are being efficiently run...It can only make recommendations
While it isn't unusual to find animals that test positive for rabies in California, the reporting seems early and the activity higher compared to previous years for our county, Dr. Alicia Paris-Pombo, El Dorado County health officer, said in a
Well, then, let's catch up with Ron Mansfield, who farms 300 acres of wine grapes on and about Apple Hill in El Dorado County. Most of the vineyards Mansfield tends are owned by people who under management agreements relinquish their long-term care
Consider the hurdles Morse set for himself as he segued from home winemaking into commercial winemaking: He scouted prospective vineyard sites throughout California, but settled on one of the state's more obscure enclaves, Amador County. He then
This is the second rabid skunk identified in the county this year. The first was found Jan. 28 on Autumn Way in Shingle Springs. In the most recent incident, a skunk was found the morning of Feb. 21 in the 2900 block of Fir Drive in Pollock Pines.
The state Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says four small fires broke out Nov. 22 on Nutting's 340-acre timber ranch in Somerset. Cal Fire investigators recently completed their report on the department's response to the Nutting property.
Joshua McCavitt faces a March 12 sentencing of up to life in prison with the possibility of parole in 15 years in the incident, said El Dorado County Public Information Officer Dave Stevenson. During a night of bar hopping, McCavitt, 34, was speeding
Nancy Clampitt, 58, was initially involved in a non-injury traffic collision the day of her death, according to a press release from the California Highway Patrol. Clampitt exchanged information with the other driver and continued on her way. As she
Petitioners hope to qualify their measure, called Fix Highway 50 Traffic First / Keep Us Rural, for the November ballot. The group, including former county Supervisor Bill Center, filed papers Tuesday with the county elections office. If passed, the