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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.

Teen recalls helicopter rescue after falling down waterfall

LOOMIS – A Loomis teenager was rescued by a helicopter after falling about 40 feet down a waterfall.

Days later, Andrew Musgrave is out of the hospital, at home recovering and recalling what started out as hiking adventure.

"I just remember catching up to one of my friends and then getting too much speed and blacking out," Musgrave said.

Musgrave was hiking with friends around Horsetail Falls on Monday when he fell down the steep rocks. He suffered a number of injuries in the fall.

"I fractured my jaw," Musgrave said. "Then, I hurt my wrists and my right hip, but they are not permanent."

Nolan Hargaray-Conter was with Musgrave when it happened.

McLemore inspires on and off the court with summer camps

One of the bright spots for the Sacramento Kings last season was the development of Ben McLemore. On the court, his scoring, defense and 3-point shooting all greatly improved.

But, it was off the court, where he showed his greatest progress.

A finalist for the NBA Cares Community Assist Award, McLemore was hosting his second annual Youth Summer Basketball Camp at Hardwood Palace in Rocklin earlier this week .

McLemore stays busy in the offseason by running his nonprofit "All 4 Kids." Based in his home state of Missouri, its mission is to feed hungry kids and give gifts to those who can't afford them.

"It's big to give back to the community, especially of where you come from and where you are now," McLemore said.

Yuba City man, suspected accomplice arrested for Roseville bank robbery

A Yuba City man and his suspected accomplice were arrested by police Thursday in connection to a Roseville bank robbery.

On May 27, at 2:41 p.m., police allege 25-year-old Gregory Matthew Travis Townsend approached a teller at the U.S. Bank branch inside a Safeway store located at 9045 Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard. The teller was given a note demanding cash and the robber mentioned having a gun, but no gun or other weapon was seen and nobody was hurt. The robber took an undisclosed amount of cash and left.

After gathering information about a possible suspect, on Thursday afternoon Roseville police detectives – with the help of the Yuba City Police Department – arrested Townsend at a Yuba City house on suspicion of robbery. He is currently in custody in the Placer County Jail on $100,000 bail.

Eight teens arrested in Roseville for vandalism and burglaries

Eight teenagers are facing charges after reports of early morning car vandalism and burglaries.

Police said a call to 911 came in from the West Wind Apartments on Cirby around 2:30 Thursday morning. A witness reported seeing a group of teens breaking into cars at the complex. Officers said the witness was taking pictures with their camera while on the phone with 911. Police said the teens were chasing the witness to try to get the camera away.

Soon after that first report, Roseville police said they received a separate 911 call from another neighbor. This caller said a group of suspects matching the description from the first call were breaking into cars. Officers were able to locate the suspects and take them into custody.

Fire damages 2 homes in Roseville

Two homes in Roseville were damaged by an early morning fire Tuesday. Around 5:30 a.m., neighbors called emergency crews after seeing smoke on a home's roof.

One home was destroyed by the fire, and it appears wind pushed flames to a neighbor's home, damaging the roof and attic. A neighbor, Jeff Gaebler, was able to shoot video of the fire.

There are reports some firefighters needed to be treated for smoke inhalation, but there were no serious injuries.

Central Valley foreclosure rates continue to drop

Central Valley foreclosure rates continue to drop

MODESTO – The foreclosure rate in Modesto dropped in March from the same time last year across the Central Valley. In Modesto and Merced, .62 percent of outstanding mortgages dropped into foreclosure in March. ... Read More