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Two men found shot, set on fire in Roseville


ROSEVILLE - Two men are in grave condition after being shot in the head. Deputies said they were also involved in a fire.

Placer County Sheriff's Office said around 11:20 p.m. Thursday, a resident heard a commotion in front of his home on Annabelle Avenue. The resident came out and saw a fire in a gravel area of his property near the road. According to deputies, the resident put out the fire with a hose and discovered the two young men who were on fire.

Deputies said the men are in their late 20s or early 30s. They were transported to the hospital. Once there, it was discovered they had both been shot in the head. No other information about the victims was available.

The investigation is ongoing.


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Santucci Memorial Golf Tournament set for Sept. 18 at Sierra View Country Club

Santucci Memorial Golf Tournament set for Sept. 18 at Sierra View Country Club

The 12th annual Bill Santucci Memorial Golf Tournament will take place Friday, Sept. 18 at Sierra View Country Club in Roseville.

The charity outing is named in honor of Bill Santucci, a dedicated community leader in Roseville and Placer County for several decades. An avid golfer, Santucci and California State Senator Ted Gaines were the original founders of the golf tournament. Gaines and Placer County Supervisors Kirk Uhler and Jack Duran are this year’s tournament hosts.

The proceeds from the tournament, which is presented by Community 1st Bank, will be used for scholarships to help graduating Roseville Joint High School District seniors, which includes the following high schools: Woodcreek, Roseville, Granite Bay, Oakmont, Adelante and Antelope.

Last year the popular event raised more than $19,000 and provided 22 scholarships to deserving South Placer students.

Join the fun: Food, Music & Fireworks this Saturday at Cameron Park Lake

Join the fun: Food, Music & Fireworks this Saturday at Cameron Park Lake

Advance ticket sales at Walgreens, Bel-Air, Food Bank, CSD Office and Shingle Springs Cameron Park Chamber.

$3 in advance, $5 at gate (cash only), children 6 and under are FREE.

This is a ticketed event. No ice chests larger than a six-can cooler.

No BBQs, glass bottles, alcohol or fireworks.

Parking available at the Airpark. Enter off Oxford and Fairway.

Rules will be strictly enforced. Event organizers reserve the right to refuse entry.

Source: Cameron Park CSD

Joseph and the Amazin Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazin Technicolor Dreamcoat
Joseph and the Amazin Technicolor Dreamcoat
07-17-2015 - 07-25-2015
Roseville Theatre Arts Academy (RTAA)
http://rosevilletheatreartsacademy.com/beonstage/mastermusicals.html
Admission: Advance $13 Doors $15
 
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Roseville police ask for help locating 2 suspected bank card bandits


The Roseville Police Department is asking for the public's help: do you r

ecognize either of these men?

Police said the two men used, or attempted to use, a bank card that was stolen from a car in Roseville. These images show them at an ATM in the Antelope area.

If you recognize them, the departments asks you call their investigator at (916)746-1075.

Spotlight: 'No Fixed Address' for Nickelback

Spotlight: 'No Fixed Address' for Nickelback

Hard rock band Nickelback brings its "No Fixed Address" summer tour to the Toyota Amphitheatre on Tuesday... Read More