Sgt. Tyler Andrews, Folsom Native Injured In Deadly Kabul Attack, Undergoes 21st SurgeryA U.S. Marine Corps sergeant from Folsom who was among the service members hurt in a deadly suicide bombing at Kabul Airport continues to undergo surgeries.
'A Marine's Marine': Family, Friends Remember Hometown Hero Marine Sgt. Nicole GeeThe life of Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee—who was killed while helping to evacuate thousands in Afghanistan last month—was celebrated in a memorial service in Roseville on Saturday. Family and friends spoke out about Gee's life and said she died doing what she loved.
Memorial Service For Fallen Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee Held In RosevilleA final salute to a hometown hero. Fallen Marine Sergeant and Roseville native Nicole Gee was laid to rest Saturday. Family, friends and even strangers inside the Bayside Church Adventure Campus in Roseville gathered to say a final goodbye.
Memorial Service For Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee: What You Need To KnowThe memorial service for fallen U.S. Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee will be streamed live at 11 a.m. Saturday, here on CBSSacramento.com.
Close Friend Remembers Fallen Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee: 'Somebody You Could Always Count On'A procession was held this afternoon for fallen Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee, and one of Gee's closest friends spoke out about how she hopes her friend will be remembered.
Nicole Gee, Marine Killed In Kabul Attack, Honored At High School Football Game In RosevilleFans filled the stands Friday night for high school football, but in one stadium, the applause resonated with a deeper meaning for a true hometown hero lost in the final days of the war in Afghanistan.
Sister Of Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee Remembers Her 'Bright Light'Flags at the state capitol at half-staff in honor of the 13 service members killed in the suicide bombing at the Kabul Airport, including a 23-year-old marine Sergeant from Roseville.