Crowds Celebrate July 4th Across Sacramento Region As State Eases Out Of PandemicThe bombastic bright colors of fireworks for the Fourth of July can make anyone feel like a kid again.
Missing For 3 Weeks, Placerville Family's Tortoise, Celest, Found SafeA Placerville family's missing tortoise, Celest, has been found safe three weeks after going missing.
'We Don't Have The Power To Make The Decisions': El Dorado County Urges Residents To Take COVID Concerns Up With StateMask-mandate anger is boiling over in El Dorado County as health officials say they've been bombarded with protests.
Reptile On The Run: A Placerville Family's Plea To Find Their Lost 100 Pound TortoiseAn El Dorado County family is asking for the community's help after days of hunting for an elusive escapee, their 100-pound tortoise. Days of searching on foot have them asking for help with search dogs or drones.
Placerville Fighting Caltrans' Plan To Increase Speed Limit On HWY 50Placerville's mayor is pushing back against a Caltrans' plan to raise the speed limit on Highway 50 through the city.
Residents Without Power Trying To Stay Warm During ShutoffsAs it starts to get colder this fall, some are worried about staying warm during the power outages.
Downtown Placerville Bar Holds 'Candlelight Karaoke' Amid PG&E ShutoffPlacerville and surrounding areas saw safety outages Wednesday night in their downtown area once again.
Powerless Placerville Ice Cream Parlor’s 'PG&E Special'Hangman’s Tree Ice Cream Saloon persevered through the power outage.
Traffic Nightmare: Construction Project To Close Part Of Highway 50, Detours Concern BusinessesA partial closure of Highway 50 toward Lake Tahoe has both drivers and businesses on edge.
Local Japanese Americans Celebrate First Foothold In AmericaSamurai driven from Japan by civil war established the Wakamatsu Colony outside Placerville in 1869, near where the Gold Rush began
Car Smashes Into Tree In PlacervilleA woman's car was severely damaged when she drove it into a tree Sunday morning in Placerville.
Turkeys Aplenty In Placerville, Experts Cite Mating SeasonSpring means more turkey sightings, experts explain why.
Oldest Jewelry Store In The West Closing After 166 YearsThe oldest jewelry store in the west is closing its doors after 166 years.
Residents Digging Out Of Snow After 4 Days Of Winter AdvisorySeveral feet of snow trapped drivers, caused power outages, and canceled classes into Tuesday.
Snowy Weather In Foothills Caused Power Outages, Canceled SchoolThe snowy weather caused many people to change their plans for the day.