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Sacramento Hispanic Chamber & William Jessup University Announce Recipient of $5,000 Scholarship

Sacramento Hispanic Chamber & William Jessup University Announce Recipient of  $5,000 Scholarship

The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with William Jessup University, announced today that Ruby Perez of Placerville is the recipient of an annual $5,000 scholarship to use toward her education at William Jessup University in Rocklin.   

“The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber is proud to partner with William Jessup University to offer this scholarship opportunity to Ruby Perez,” said Alice Perez (no relation), President and CEO of the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “We hope that this scholarship brings Ruby closer to achieving her goal of obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies and one day fulfilling her dream of becoming a teacher.” 

Ruby has received over 60 awards for her academic achievements and was ranked among the top 30 students at Amador High School.

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'Make a Difference Day' Colusa County

COLUSA COUNTY, CA - As a part of "Make A Difference Day 2012" on October 27, News10 is partnering with local libraries and The Friends of the Library to revamp, restock, renovate, or otherwise improve libraries in your area.

Each participating county has provided a wish list of items requested to help with their specific areas of need. Whether you donate books, building materials, money or personal time, all contributions are welcomed and greatly appreciated.

Following is a list of items that would greatly benefit libraries in Colusa County:

VIDEO: Wedding bouquet toss wins football game

LINCOLN, CA - The Oakmont Vikings of Roseville could have gone for the extra point to tie a 43 to 42 game against the Lincoln Fighting Zebras, but instead Coach Tim Moore opted for a risky wedding-like play that is now running on ESPN.

"I was nervous. I couldn't help but think, "If we don't get this, I'm going to need a police escort out of here," Moore said.

Roseville pair selling loan modification help charged w/ fraud

SACRAMENTO, CA - A Roseville couple was scheduled to make their first court appearance Monday after their arrests on allegations they defrauded loan modification and foreclosure victims.

Martin Wayne Flanders, 48, and Ligia Sandoval Spafford, 46, have been accused of mail fraud for a scheme targeting distressed homeowners, said Lauren Horwood, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of California. Flanders is also looking at conspiracy to commit bankruptcy fraud for submitting false bankruptcy petirions as part of the scheme, according to the federal complaint.

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WEEK 5: Granite Bay 42, Lincoln-Stk 14

GRANITE BAY - The Granite Bay Grizzlies defeated the Lincoln-Stk. Trojans 42-14 Friday night.

Next Thursday, Lincoln Stk. will host Chavez, and on Friday Rocklin will host Granite Bay.

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Roseville massage therapist arrested

ROSEVILLE, CA - An employee of a Roseville massage business is in jail, accused of inappropriately touching two clients.

Yongqiang Guo, 45, of Roseville, faces two counts of sexual battery following an investigation initiated by police reports from two women who received massages from him in August, said Roseville police spokeswoman Dee Dee Gunther. Guo worked at Hawaii Massage in the Brickyard Shopping Center on the 4000 block of Foothills Boulevard.

Guo was arrested Friday morning. His bail was set at $100,000.

Gunther said detectives think there may be other victims. The Roseville Police Investigations Unit's phone number is (916) 774-5070.

Student found with gun on campus of Roseville High School

ROSEVILLE, CA - A high school student was arrested for having a gun on school campus Friday afternoon.

Jacob Rushing, 18, was found with an unloaded handgun and a magazine in his backpack on the Roseville High School campus around 1 p.m., Roseville police Lt. Maria Richardson said.

The officer was doing a routine campus patrol when he spotted Rushing and another student on campus. Richardson said the students were no supposed to be there because they went to another area high school.

The officer talked to the students and searched them. One student was found with marijuana; he was cited then released. Rushing was arrested and booked into Placer County Jail.

Richardson said officers don't believe the students had any intention to do anything on campus nor cause any harm to anyone.