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Keep Your Home California Receives $383.3 Million in Funding to Help More Homeowners

Keep Your Home California Receives $383.3 Million in Funding to Help More Homeowners

SACRAMENTO – Keep Your Home California will receive an additional $383.3 million in funding from the federal government, allowing the mortgage-assistance program to help prevent foreclosure for more homeowners struggling with financial hardships.

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced the additional funding Wednesday, the second phase of additional funding approved for the Hardest Hit Fund program during the past two months.

The combined $383.3 million will allow the state-managed program to help at least 12,000 more homeowners. Qualifying homeowners can receive up to $100,000 in mortgage payment assistance from Keep Your Home California.

CHP officer rescues woman from car trapped in ravine


 

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A California Highway Patrol officer is being praised for saving a woman who was trapped in a car after she drove off the road and into a ravine filled with water on Wednesday.

"They were definitely heroes," said Cal Fire firefighter Jim Hudson of the Highway Patrol officer who responded along with two members of the Air Force who stopped to help as they were headed in to work at Beale Air Force Base.

Possible pipe bomb found in Rocklin CVS parking lot


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rocklin Police are investigating a possible pipe bomb found in a CVS parking lot on Tuesday.

Rocklin Police: Man tried to lure students into van


 

Rocklin Police are looking for information about a man who they believe has tried to lure students into his van.

The first incident happened on November 19th around 4 p.m. in the parking lot of a shopping center off of Lonetree Boulevard. That’s near RC Willey.

William Jessup University Introduces First Online Degree Program

William Jessup University Introduces First Online Degree Program

ROCKLIN, CA. – William Jessup University, the Sacramento region’s only residential four-year private university, announced today it will be offering a new Master of Arts in Leadership (MAL) program with a concentration in Christian Ministry.

The customizable program, the university's first graduate level degree program offered fully online, allows students to tailor their education curriculum to meet their specific career goals and areas of interest, while also balancing biblical, professional, and personal development objectives.

The Christian ministry concentration addresses the need for ministry-specific leadership training, equipping leaders with a unique spiritual formation curriculum, adaptable to church or society and applicable to real-life experiences.

The program requires 36 units of coursework and is attractive to faith leaders with busy schedules who seek an affordable and flexible program.

Body found outside of Rocklin library identified


A body found in a Rocklin library's pond has been identified as 26-year-old Nicholas Edward Ceane of Rocklin.

The Placer County Coroner's Office identified the body as Ceane. The Rocklin Police Department said Wednesday they had nothing new to report on the case.

The department said they received a call around 9 a.m. Tuesday from someone who saw Ceane's body floating in the pond outside of the building.

This is a developing story, refresh for more details as they come in.


Sacramento libraries help teens find self-help books quietly

Sacramento libraries help teens find self-help books quietly


The Sacramento Public Library is getting some attention for a great idea that makes it easier for teens to help themselves with problems like depression, abuse and eating disorders.

Justin Azevedo, a librarian at the Arcade branch put together a list with issues teenagers sometimes deal with but are difficult to talk about. Next to each topic is the code that leads you to a self-help book.

"Whether it's something as seemingly mild as acne or whether it's something more serious like being in an abusive relationship," Sacramento Public Library teen librarian Molly Milazzo said. "These are the kinds of topics, especially when you are young, that you want to be able to handle quietly."