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3 children, mom hit by car in Roseville


A mother and her three children were hit by a car while in a Roseville crosswalk Thursday night.

The children's – ages 2, 8 and 12 – and the mom's injuries were non-life threatening, Roseville police spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther said.

Mom and the two older children were taken to Sutter Roseville for treatment; the 2-year-old was taken to UC Davis Medical Center for treatment, Gunther said.

The family was crossing Junction Boulevard at Americana Road around 7:10 p.m. when they were hit by a Nissan Sentra. Gunther said the driver remained on the scene and is cooperating with police.

The crash is under investigation.


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How Roseville insurance agent stole from insurer and victims


A woman who worked as an insurance agent in Roseville pled guilty to stealing the personal identity information of policyholders to set up fraudulent annuity applications and obtain commissions on those policies.

The California Department of Insurance said 51-year-old Magaly Morales, aka Egas, worked as a licensed insurance agent for Great American Life Insurance. From 2009 to 2011, she was accused of submitting 299 fake annuity applications to the company, using personal information taken from school district employees in 13 Northern and Central California counties.

The Department of Insurance did not specify how Morales obtained that personal information.

Morales took more than $230,000 in advanced commissions from Great American for those fraudulent annuities, prosecutors charged.

Sacramento Wedding Industry to Honor Leaders

Sacramento Wedding Industry to Honor Leaders

If any group knows how to throw a party, it's wedding professionals!  Tuesday, April 7, 2015, the Sacramento Association for Wedding Professionals will hold it's 15th Annual Awards Gala - "Fire & Ice" - at Arden Hills.  This event celebrates the members of the wedding industry and recognizes its leaders.

The Professional of the Year, Associate of the Year and Mixers of the Year (1st, 2nd and 3rd places) are selected by the membership of the association through a ballot system.  No social media campaigns nor any solicited votes are included in these elections.  Merit is the deciding factor. Other awards, selected by the association leadership include the President's Award, Volunteer of the Year, Team Spirit and Distinguished Service.

SacSings: Sacramento Choral Festival

SacSings: Sacramento Choral Festival
SacSings: Sacramento Choral Festival
06-13-2015 - 06-14-2015
The Sacramento Valley Choral Coalition
http://sacsings.org/Home/tabid/366/Default.aspx
Admission: $20
 
(916) 864-3378
SacSings@yahoo.com
http://www.sacsings.org/2015Festival/Tickets/tabid/410/Default.aspx
Start Time(s): Sat 2pm & 7pm Sun 2pm *Show is 2 hours and 30 minutes long
SacSings!, the biggest choral event of the year, is comprised of 15 choruses performing in three concerts over two days 
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NASAS International Space Apps Challenge

NASAS International Space Apps Challenge
NASAS International Space Apps Challenge
04-11-2015 - 04-12-2015
SARTA (Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance)
https://2015.spaceappschallenge.org/location/sacramento-ca/
Admission: Free
 
(408) 691-4784
 
https://2015.spaceappschallenge.org/location/sacramento-ca/
Start Time(s): Sat 9am-9pm Sun 9am-6pm
For the first time the NASA Space Apps Challenge comes to Sacramento! This Challenge has dozens of challenges on the themes of Earth, outer space, humans, and robotics. Tell your friends and colleagues – all techies, artists, scientists, designers, makers, space nerds, students – to come with their ideas, create or join a team, and make the future happen! 
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Passover: How to Prepare for Your Seder

Passover: How to Prepare for Your Seder

Amy Kritzer

Amy Kritzer is a personal chef and recipe developer in Austin, Texas and is the founder of the modern Jewish cooking blog, What Jew Wanna Eat. In her spare time, she enjoys theme parties and finding the tastiest queso in town.

Matzo Ball Potato Chowder

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Suspected drug dealer arrested in Roseville


A sting in Roseville to nab individuals selling alcohol to minors yielded an arrest of a suspected drug dealer Friday night.

An individual working as a decoy for the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control in cooperation with the Placer County Sheriff's Office asked Noah James Phippen to buy him a six-pack of beer, sheriff's spokesperson Dena Erwin said. Phippen, 19, allegedly told the decoy he was too young to buy alcohol but could sell him some "California gold cap mushrooms", which are an hallucenogen.

The decoy, who was wired and being monitored by sheriff's deputies parked in unmarked vehicles, bought the mushrooms and deputies confronted Phippen. Erwin said Phippen denied selling drugs. Deputies searched his vehicle and reported finding of a large amount of psilocybin mushrooms, cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana, scales and more than $1,500 in cash.