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1st Annual Placer Memorial Run Motorcycle Ride Honors Officer Bill Bean, Jr., Sac PD

1st Annual Placer Memorial Run Motorcycle Ride Honors Officer Bill Bean, Jr., Sac PD

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Bayside Church of Granite Bay holding Easter Sunday services at mall

Bayside Church of Granite Bay holding Easter Sunday services at mall

This year Bayside Church of Granite Bay is holding Easter Sunday services at the Galleria Mall in Roseville, instead of at the church.

Nearly 10,000 people are expected to attend Easter services at an outdoor stadium normally set up for tennis matches in the Nordstrom parking lot. Bayside will host two services (9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.) on Sunday April 20 and feature nationally known artist David Garibaldi, author and speaker Francis Chan and music led by recording artist and Bayside Worship leader Lincoln Brewster.

During the services, attendees will be able to sign-up for Bayside’s second ever “Serve Day,” a program designed to serve those in our community by painting, cleaning, building and generally helping thousands in need within across the greater Sacramento region. Last time, Bayside shut its doors so nearly 10,000 volunteers could serve at more than 120 projects. Serve Day 2014 will be held May 24 and 25.

Crocodile found wandering in Roseville shopping plaza

A 4-foot crocodile was found wandering in a shopping plaza on Douglas Boulevard in Roseville Wednesday morning.

Roseville Police Department spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther said someone abandoned the animal in a container in front of the Serpentarium, a reptile specialty business. A note identified the animal as a Nile crocodile and that animal rescue should be called.

At some point, the crocodile got out of the container and started walking through the TJ Maxx Plaza on the 1800 block of Douglas Boulevard.

"It got out. It was roaming around. We had to call animal control," Serpentarium employee Abigail Kessler said.

The crocodile had duct tape around its snout.

Another mountain lion sighting reported in Rocklin

SACRAMENTO - A mountain lion was spotted on a hill behind Rocklin High School around noon Wednesday, the school principal confirmed.


A boys physical education class and their instructor saw the big cat, which moved away, Principal David Bills said.

"We immediately cleared the area, brought students in," Bill said.

Rocklin police searched for the mountain lion for more than hour without finding it, Bills said.

All students were kept to the interior of the campus on Victory Lane until police concluded their search.

Bills said all was back to routine Wednesday afternoon.

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Enter the Whole Kids Foundation Photo Contest

Enter the Whole Kids Foundation Photo Contest

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Whole Kids Foundation is dedicated to helping kids eat better—and enjoy it! Visit their website for information on how they support schools and inspire families to improve children’s nutrition and wellness.

It’s no secret that parents like to snap photos of their kids at every turn, from their spaghetti sauce-covered smiles to their freshly washed faces on the first day of school and everything in between. And we’re glad! We love seeing these happy moments.

Whole Kids Foundation is calling all photo happy moms, pops, nanas, grandpas, aunties and uncles to participate in our Earth Month photo contest on Facebook. We want to see how your family celebrates our wonderful planet.

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Emotional crowd gathers at vigil for teen killed in Antelope crash

ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Hundreds gathered Friday night to remember a teen girl and her father who were killed during a police chase in Antelope Wednesday morning.

Speaking through their pain, friends and classmates of Anahi Tovar remembered the 14 year old as a vivacious girl with an infectious smile.

Anahi was an 8th grader at Cooley Middle School in Roseville. The lives she touched were evident by the emotional crowd that gathered at Kaseberg Park in Roseville Friday night.

Anahi and her father Jose Luis Barriga-Tovar were killed instantly when the car they were in was t-boned at the end of a high-speed pursuit in Antelope.