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2 Placer County teens shot at Quinceanera party

ROSEVILLE, CA - Two teens were both shot in the arm at a private Quincenera party held at the Placer County Fairgrounds near the All American Speedway.

A male suspect pulled up in a car and fired a handgun into the parking lot around 12:10 a.m. and injured a 17-year-old boy and 19-year-old girl, Placer County sheriff's Sgt. Jeff Swearingen said.

About 200 to 300 guests were at the party.

Swearingen said the teens' injuries are considered to be non-life threatening.

Detectives are investigating the scene to look for any leads.

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Police investigate 3 shootings in Rocklin within 2 days

ROCKLIN, CA - Within 48 hours, Rocklin police responded to three shooting calls.

Around 2 a.m. Friday, residents called police to report shots fire near Sunset Boulevard and Fairway Drive; a few minutes later, people reported more gunshots near Stanford Ranch Road and Park Drive, Rocklin police said.

When officers responded, they found a vehicle with a single bullet hole; fortunately, no one was hurt.

On Saturday, police responded to two calls regarding gunshots within 45 minutes of each other.

At 1 a.m., suspects shot at the Shell Gas Station on Taylor Road in Loomis. Police said they found several bullet holes in the store and found shell casings on the road in front. No one was hurt in the shooting.

Granite Bay's Anderson win Olympic Silver

LONDON - When Olympic athlete Haley Anderson took to the open water for a 10K Swim in London's Hyde Park this morning, family and friends watched it live and cheered her on.

Anderson is from Granite Bay and was the only American swimming in this race.

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Granite Bay Olympic swimmer wins Silver in the 10k today

Granite Bay Olympic swimmer wins Silver in the 10k today

When Olympic athlete Haley Anderson took to the open water for a 10K Swim in London’s Hyde Park this morning, family and friends watched it live and cheered her on.

Haley is from Granite Bay and was the only American swimming in this race.

A three-time Pac-10 champion, Haley Anderson holds USC records in the 1000y and 1650y free and the 800y free relay as well as a USC pool record in the 500y free. She attends University of Southern California. Her sister Alyssa also swims for the U.S Olympic team and won gold earlier in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay.

"Seeing her get a medal, it was like, "Oh, now I have to do it,' " said Haley, "You know that sister rivalry."

Alyssa rooted from the grandstand. The sisters hugged after the medal ceremony.

"It was the best feeling ever," Haley said.

Source: USA Today / Kaiser Permanente

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Police look for arson suspect in Rocklin grass fire

ROCKLIN, CA - A suspicious fire that burned more than an acre in Rocklin Tuesday, has police asking for the public's help.

The Rocklin Police Department said the fire broke out around 5 p.m., just southeast of Sierra College behind a residential subdivision along Freeman Circle.

While several houses and backyards were threatened, firefighters managed to keep the flames away from the homes, police said.

Some neighbors reported seeing suspicious people in the area shortly before the fire started.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Rocklin Police Department.

Cal. American Water Brings Environment Expertise as New Powerhouse Science Center Founding Partner

Cal. American Water Brings Environment Expertise as New Powerhouse Science Center Founding Partner

SACRAMENTO, CA. – The Powerhouse Science Center in Sacramento today announced that California American Water has joined the campaign to build the premier science learning center serving Northern California.

As a founding partner, California American Water joins other regional leaders and organizations in a cooperative effort to support the development of this vital new community asset, and will lend their environmental and resource expertise to the project.

Located on the scenic banks of the Sacramento River, the Powerhouse Science Center will function as a model for 21st-century experiential STEM education (science, math, technology, engineering, space) and environmental stewardship.

Free Irrigation and Landscape Workshop

Learn about the latest irrigation technology and landscape design at this August 18 workshop

 

Granite Bay, Calif. – Property owners needing help with their irrigation systems, bringing plants and grass back to life or landscape design can get answers and advice at a free workshop this month.

Hosted by San Juan Water District on August 18, the Irrigation and Landscape Workshop will show locals how to create beautiful, lush landscapes that require less water. Anyone interested in water-efficient yard and garden improvements should attend.   

“Some people may be surprised to learn they’re actually damaging their grass and plants by over watering,” says San Juan Resources Analyst Vicki Sacksteder. “Our workshops teach people to how to irrigate the smart way.”  

The workshop begins at 9 a.m. in San Juan’s Water Efficient Landscape (WEL) Garden.