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Roseville police warn residents of garage burglaries Roseville police are warning residents to lock up garages after a string of burglaries in which thieves have entered through open doors. Most of the thefts have occurred during daytime when
Register | 3 premium articles left before you must register...Jerry Desmond urged residents this morning to lock their cars and ask neighbors to keep on eye on their homes for deliveries if they are not there. In addition, Desmond said residents
A spate of burglaries over the past few weeks with thieves knocking down doors, breaking windows and helping themselves to jewelry has police on high alert. Police are warning residents to be vigilant after a burglary surge in the borough that took
William Balafas said in a report released Thursday. "This is a time when weather is nice and people like to keep their windows and screen doors open to cool off their homes. However, this is inviting to burglars and you may find yourself victimized."
Heppner water safe to drink again Heppner city officials say the local water is safe to drink again after a boil warning was issued Thursday. Test results received by the city on Wednesday showed the presence of fecal coliform or e.coli bacteria in
The Arizona Republic The Surprise Police Department warns residents to lock their vehicles to protect against theft. The department is airing commercial spots on the city-operated Channel 11 that tells residents the best way to protect themselves
Mayor Melih Gokcek to warn residents to take care in the icy conditions and not to go out on the roads with worn tires. Many schools nationwide have been closed over the past two days due to heavy snow, and the adverse weather conditions have
Climatologists say it's a La Nia year, which likely means more snow in Pacific Northwest mountains or heavy rains in the region's lower elevations. That's prompting health and emergency management officials to warn residents to be prepared for the
The man drove to the Carlmont shopping center and got home about 2:30 p.m., Belmont police said in a statement. As he was getting out of his car, a man and woman approached and said he had hit their white Mercury sedan in the Carlmont parking lot.
Two male burglary suspects were taken into custody Friday, and the La Mesa Police Department said the pair may or may not be connected to a series of home burglaries in the area, 10News reported. The La Mesa Police Department said at least 40 homes,