38.4 F
Citrus Heights
Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Related stories

Citrus Heights News Briefs: homeless camps, $15k, job search

Latest local news briefs include a bill being submitted by Citrus Heights' new state representative that would bar homeless camps near schools and parks, the Chamber receiving a $15,000 grant from the city, a youth employment program being launched by a local nonprofit, and more.

Citrus Heights police seek public’s help to identify armed robbery suspect

By Mike Hazlip— Citrus Heights police are asking the public for help in identifying a suspect in an attempted armed robbery that occurred two month ago.

Pedestrian killed in Sunday’s collision identified as area homeless woman

By Mike Hazlip— The pedestrian killed in Sunday’s two-vehicle collision on Auburn Boulevard has been identified by friends as a woman known to live on the streets of Citrus Heights.

One injured in fire at Citrus Heights home

By Mike Hazlip— A fire at a home in Citrus Heights damaged the garage and attic Sunday night, leaving one person with burn injuries, Metro Fire said.

Pedestrian, driver killed in Citrus Heights collision

By Mike Hazlip— Both a pedestrian and a driver were killed in a two-vehicle collision on Auburn Boulevard Sunday evening, police said in a news release.

Banquet, motorcycle raffle to help local youth-focused police charity

Date:

Like local news? Sign up for The Sentinel’s free Weekend Edition to get one email each Sunday with all local news and no spam, ever. (Click here)