Noon hour update

NOON HOUR UPDATE: State coming to the aid of Ophir Gardens?; Homeless camps near Auburn Airport; Foresthill shrine vandalized and Higgins Fire District to open third station again

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Reporter Gus Thomson will have a story on how tiny Ophir Gardens near Auburn could get aid from the state as Gov. Jerry Brown announces $680-million dr ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Family reunites after 65 years; State Theatre getting ready to shut down; Recruiting Auburn’s new city manager and Auburn CHP officer returns from Afghanistan

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: After 65 years one Auburn woman finds her family after they were all adopted out. Reporter Gus Thomson will have a story on this reunion. Construction ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Storm leaves more than water; Placer’s sheriff celebrates 40 years and Del Oro student headed to national 4-H conference

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: While the wet weather was badly needed, were there adverse effects? Reporter Gus Thomson is looking into areas of possible storm damage and will give u ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Election filings under way in Placer County; Ophir looks to replace lost plaque; How is Auburn’s anti-panhandling campaign going?

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Filing for the June primary election is now under way. Reporter Gus Thomson is checking in with the elections office to find out who has thrown their h ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Water rates to rise in Christian Valley?; Cool resident running for governor; Hidden Falls debate; Valentine’s Day dining

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: In Christian Valley residents have received word that there is a proposed water rate increase on the table. Reporter Gus Thomson is writing about a dev ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: How much rain did Auburn get?; Apartment complex to break ground in Auburn?; and carrying the colors around town

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: As we dry out a little bit today the question is, “How big was the storm?” Reporter Gus Thomson hopes to answer that question by reporting ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Healthy eating for Auburn’s seniors; Celebrating 162 years of fire suppression in Auburn; PCWA declares drought; and author recalls childhood in Loomis

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Local-area chefs are sharing their passion for proper nutrition when it comes to the senior community. Reporter Amy Lobenberg is writing about the impo ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Super Sunday is right around the corner; Furry friends bring smiles; Del Oro High pool update and foothill livestock and the drought

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: The big game is Sunday and Auburn football fans are getting ready. Reporter Amy Lobenberg will have a story on places to go to see the Super Bowl and w ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: On a hunt for treasure in Lake of the Pines; Finding a new home for Shockley fire victims and Seniors First appeal

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Do you enjoy hitting the garage sales and unearthing a treasure? Well one Lake of the Pines resident takes it a step further by making it her business ...

NOON HOUR UPDATE: Two homes burn in Auburn; Seniors First appealing loss of Meals on Wheels; Wet weather returns and train chugs away

WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Two more homes caught fire Tuesday night in Auburn, this time on Cottage Way. Reporter Amy Lobenberg was at the scene today and will have more details ...