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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

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Fingers severed in Elk Grove machete attack

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Sacramento is a top 10 destination city

Sacramento is a top 10 destination city

Sacramento is a destination city? It seems so, according to U-Haul.

Sacramento made this year's cut – rising three spots from last year to be named the 10th U.S. destination city.

The rankings reflect the top 10 destinations of U-Haul one-way rentals for the previous year. There are several reasons for the growth.

The survey credits the area's "green living" initiatives, as well as affordable regional home prices compared to coastal cities.

Another reason, Sacramento's growing entertainment hub with the new downtown arena well on its way.

"We're really stoked," said new Sacramento resident Whitney Dufresne, who moved to an east Sacramento home on Thursday. "Living near a great park within walking distance to a lot of neat restaurants and things to do is exciting for sure."

Help identify a Roseville bank robber

A man robbed a bank in a Roseville grocery store, and investigators need help finding him. Just before 3 p.m. Wednesday, the man walked into the U.S. Bank inside the Safeway along Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard.

The man gave the teller a note demanding money, and mentioned a gun. He was given an undisclosed amount of cash, and took off. No one was hurt, and no weapon was seen.

Anyone with information about this man is asked to call Roseville Crime Stoppers at (916) 783-7867, or text a tip to 274637, starting your tip with the word "ROSEVILLE."