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Woman critically injured after crashing at All American Speedway

ID=13888613A woman was upgraded from serious to critical condition Sunday morning after she crashed at the All American Speedway Saturday night.

Roseville Fire said the driver, identified as Lisa Young according to the speedway's website,crashed into a wall at an estimated speed of 50 mph.

Rash of burglaries in Roseville in one week could be connected.

ROSEVILLE- A rash of burglaries caughtthe attention of police in Roseville. There have been seven businesses burglarized in seven days, since August 3.

Nearly all of the businesses have been along the Sierra College Boulevard and Douglas Boulevard corridor.

The seven businesses burglarized included hair salons, chiropractor offices, and restaurants.

Noted California zoo director dies while on a trip

Noted California zoo director dies while on a trip

SACRAMENTO (AP) - Officials say the executive director of a zoo in Northern California has died unexpectedly during a trip overseas.

Mary Healy, the executive director and chief executive officer of the Sacramento Zoo, died Thursday while traveling to the Galapagos Islands.

Zoo spokeswoman Tonja Candelaria said Saturday the 61-year-old Healy had left a port in Ecuador by ship when she suffered a cerebral aneurysm and was declared brain dead.

Candelaria says Healy was headed to the Galapagos Islands on business and vacation to see animals in the wild and their habitats. Healy's husband was traveling with her.

The widely respected Healy, who had been the Sacramento Zoo's director for nearly 15 years, also worked at zoos in Texas and South Carolina and at a Disney animal park in Florida.

Classic cars cruise streets of Sacramento

Classic cars cruise streets of Sacramento

Hundreds of classic cars will be cruising down Sacramento streets Saturday afternoon during this year's California Automobile Museum Car Cruise.

The route starts at Sacramento State University at 4 p.m. as cars drive down Fair Oaks Boulevard and Fulton Avenue.

The event ends with a huge car show between El Camino and Marconi Avenue and will feature a beer garden, food trucks and a music festival.

People can register their classic ride at Sac State starting at 1 p.m. The on-site fee is $50.

You can find all the information about the California Automobile Museum Car Cruise at http://bit.ly/1shkv7P

Inspiration tech startup hopes to create mobile app

A Granite Bay start-up company is using technology to share stories of inspiration.

The team at Kamere finds inspirational content from across the Internet, and then shares it with you through the Kamere website and its social media accounts.

"Experience some inspiration and feel uplifted and feel good," Kamere founder Kim Box explained. "And start their day on a positive note and in addition share that with their friends and family."

Eventually starting a ripple effect of, what Box calls, an inspiration revolution.

Box was motivated to start Kamere after working 29 years at Hewlett-Packard.

"I left HP and I decided I wanted to do more purposeful things," Box explained.

Living life with purpose led the, then, almost 50 year old to focus on her health. Now, she's an avid triathlete, which is an inspirational feat in itself.

Roseville teen dies after smoking spice

Connor Eckhardt seemed to have a fortunate, all-American life. He was a happy-go-lucky kid with good parents and a nice family in Roseville.

Last month, that family gathered in a hospital to say goodbye to him.

Email chain shows homeowners pressured city staff to block Sacramento River access

Email chain shows homeowners pressured city staff to block Sacramento River access

SACRAMENTO - Homeowners on two riverfront cul-de-sacs pressured city staff to block public access from their neighborhood to the Sacramento River for at least five years before the residents erected fences on their own.

That information is contained in scores of email exchanges dating back a decade provided by the city of Sacramento in response to a Public Records Act request from News10.

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