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Sacramento coroner: Woman injured in Jeep race has died An El Dorado Hills woman. Rubicon Trail, has died, according to the Sacramento County Coroner's office...She had last been reported in critical condition after her vehicle rolled off the Rubicon
For years, the 22-mile recreation trail has been at the center of a tug-of-war, pitting all-terrain vehicle devotees those who love the route's challenging twists and climbs against conservation groups dedicated to ensuring that a well-used
She's 21 years old and fighting for her life after her Jeep rolled over on the Rubicon Trail in El Dorado County. Rachel Gray is laying in a hospital bed with third degree burns over 75 percent of her body and several serious injuries that will keep
Jeepers Jamboree fans back on the road after fire firstname.lastname@example.org The approximately 300 Jeep enthusiasts stranded over the weekend by a 2-acre Sierra fire have been able to resume their trek early this morning, event officials said Monday.
Forest Service has agreed to increase protections for water quality in a deal that will allow improvements to the Rubicon Trail to move forward, according to a statement from conservation groups this week. Eight appellants, including conservation
In the past, most of the sheriff's staffing for trail patrol was provided by deputies on overtime and was limited by grant funds. Concerned that grant funding might decrease in the future, Sheriff John D'Agostini and county Supervisor Jack Sweeney,
Officially known as a record of decision, the Forest Service's action would allow El Dorado County to build bridges and toilets and install anti-erosion features to comply with a 2009 order from the California Regional Water Quality Control Board.
I evaluate family cars for how well their interior upholstery may endure an onslaught of children's muddy football or baseball cleats, leaking baby bottles and sticky candy, or how great the visibility is for small backseat passengers. I also make
After 71 years the Jeep Wrangler has finally adjusted to civilian life...Sure, it's still utilitarian compared to a Grand Cherokee , but with higher grade plastics, a more stylish design, larger rear windows and available body color fenders and
A Jeep sits propped on a granite outcropping on the Rubicon trail during the filming of "Rubicon Trail: It's In Your Hands." Tim Green / Provided to the Tribune After years of trying, El Dorado County has found a way to approach and implement best