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Special Edition Keepin' it Social: Blog U Event

Special Edition Keepin' it Social: Blog U Event

Love for people, that’s the big secret behind launching and maintaining a successful blog.

Alejandro Reyes, a Sacramento Social Media guru, was at News10 Tuesday night teaching a blogging seminar.

“I firmly believe that everyone has a voice and an audience for that voice to be heard,” Alejandro said. “Blogs are a way for every person to have a voice.”

Blogging 101 was aimed at helping new bloggers and people interested in starting a blog.

"Memphis" - April 26, 2011

The hit Broadway show  "Memphis" is a sexy, rollicking  rock and roll musical ride set in the 1950's. The musical tells the story of a white DJ that is trying to get "race" music onto the mainstream airwaves when he meets and falls in love with a black soul singer.   "Memphis" took four Tony awards in 2010 including the coveted "Best Musical." Now theater lovers don't have to jet off to New York to see the play, just head off to your local movie theater.  One of the show's live performances was captured and now "Memphis" is hitting the big screen. 

Every 15 Minutes Event visits Vista Del Lago High School

Every 15 Minutes Event visits Vista Del Lago High School


The phone rings and your son or daughter says "Mom and Dad, I was in an accident. I was drinking. I’m okay, but I don’t think Kelvin is." The thought of answering such a call is a parent’s worst nightmare. Twenty five Vista Del Lago parents will receive that telephone call tomorrow. One family will learn that their son or daughter was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and vehicular manslaughter.


The Every 15 Minutes program returns to Vista Del Lago High School tomorrow and Thursday through the coordinated efforts of the Folsom Police Department, the Folsom Fire Department, the California Highway Patrol, and the Folsom Cordova Unified School District. Although it is only a two day event, months of preparation come down to these final two days.

Folsom Glenn Car Wash & Auto Lube Aims to Raise $10,000 for Local Schools!

Folsom Glenn Car Wash & Auto Lube Aims to Raise $10,000 for Local Schools!

Folsom Glenn Car Wash & Auto Lube is kicking off their WASH 4 SCHOOLS today.  They are donating a portion of all wash, detail and lube packages purchased the entire week to our local schools.  The fundraiser is simple.  Come in for a car wash or oil change and they’ll donate up to $5 back to the school of your choice.

WASH 4 SCHOOLS was created by Jon Tilford, General Manager and Jen Yee, Marketing Director.  They were discussing their allocation of donations and realized how many schools had asked them to donate in the wake of budget cutbacks the past few years.  Jen thought they should do an in-house fundraiser to collaborate efforts to raise money.  By using the car wash’s resources for ALL the schools at once they could maximize the community exposure and raise more money.

“We donate thousands of dollars in cash and washes to our schools every year.  We love to help, but the past couple years we were hit by the economy

Comedy Under the Stars

Comedy Under the Stars

Come to the Cordova Recreation and Park District's Comedy Under the Stars, and laugh your way into the weekend!

This show features comedian Rob Little, one of the hottest comedy acts in the business.  He has headlined clubs and colleges all over the country, appeared in national television commercials and on such shows as Comedy Central’s “Distraction,” Fox News and SiTV's “Latino Laugh Festival.  This event will be held at the Village Green Ampitheater, 3141 Bridgeway Drive, Rancho Cordova, on May 7 starting at 8:00 pm. 

A sketch comedy player on the Fox Sports Net Show, and “Last Call with Carson Daly,” Little uses his training from the world famous Second City Comedy Club to create routines that are inventive, funny, spontaneous, and completely unique.  This show is intended for adult audiences only.  Food and beverages will be available for purchase.  Tickets are

EARTH DAY: Power grid operators unveil Solar Today web tool

FOLSOM, CA - A California group used the backdrop of Earth Day to unveil a new tool for renewable resources. The California Independent System Operator Corporation (ISO) launched the tool that enhances the visibility of renewable resources on the grid.

SPECIAL COVERAGE: Earth Day 2011  

In a news release, ISO representative Stephanie McCorkle said The new Solar Today web graph depicts real-time data of solar energy being generated on ISO's wholesale power grid, which serves 80 percent of California.

McCorkle added that the ISO also contributes to solar production through an onsite solar farm at its new Folsom headquarters, generating about 750 kilowatts to be used toward the facility's daily demand through rooftop and carport photovoltaic panels.

'Church Sucks' signs generate complaints in Folsom

FOLSOM, CA - Signs popping up around Folsom saying "Church Sucks" have triggered plenty of complaints.

People may be surprised to learn that Pastor Stu Streeter of Disciples Church is responsible for the controversial campaign.

"It's just inflammatory enough to get attention and yet we have something to say," Streeter said.

Two weeks ago the pastor and church members posted 100 signs around Folsom.  A week later they placed 100 more. Streeter said each time the signs disappeared within 30 minutes.

"Most of the signs were pulled down by angry neighbors, some city officials or people who just didn't understand," Streeter said.

He said the idea for the sign came from studies showing there are about 30 million Americans who claim they're disillusioned with church.

Former prison guard sentenced for smuggling phones to inmates

SACRAMENTO, CA - A former state prison guard has been sentenced to 45 days in jail for smuggling cell phones to prison inmates.

The Sacramento County District Attorney's Office says Terry Lane was fined $5,700. That's the amount of bribes he accepted from inmates for bringing the phones into California State Prison, Sacramento. He'll also serve three years on probation.

The 25-year-old from San Jose pleaded guilty Friday to felony conspiracy to aid a state inmate's unauthorized communication. A bribery charge was dismissed in a plea deal.

The prison system is trying to curb contraband phones by using trained dogs, random searches and technology to block unauthorized calls.

The four-year veteran was caught Aug. 7 bringing three phones into the prison. Prosecutors say he brought in multiple phones over a three-month period.

Folsom names first female Police Chief

Folsom names first female Police Chief

Folsom City Manager Kerry Miller announced the appointment of Cynthia Renaud as Police Chief.  Renaud is currently a Commander with the City of Long Beach Police Department.  She will assume her new duties on May 2, with an annual salary of $178,992.

            “Commander Renaud competed successfully in a very rigorous recruitment process for the Police Chief position,” says Miller.  “She brings a wealth of experience, talent and expertise to our organization and we are pleased to welcome her as Folsom’s first female Police Chief.”

            About 200 women serve as police chiefs in the United States, according to an article in this month’s Police Chief Magazine.

Keep your social calendar busy with News10’s MYNE new events section!

Keep your social calendar busy with News10’s MYNE new events section!

Looking for something fun to do this weekend?  Check out on the new events guide at the top of the page. 

We’ve taken all the work out of finding out what’s happening in your neighborhood.  Just click your neighborhood and you have everything at your fingertips!

Looking for something to do with your kids?  We have a family friendly activities section. Interested in art?  We have exhibit listings. Want to explore a different part of the city?  Click the neighborhood and we can show you what’s happening.

Planning your weekend has never been easier!