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The Sacramento Bee
Defense says Cameron Park murder defendant is high-achieving family man

Defense says Cameron Park murder defendant is high-achieving family man

The defense opened its case in the murder trial of Todd Winkler on Wednesday, taking on the challenge of winning an acquittal or leniency for the former Air Force fighter pilot who has admitted he killed his wife and did so knowingly.


Defense attorney David Weiner talks about El Dorado...

Old Guy Tech TV
TheOGT.TV Interviews El Dorado County Sheriff John D’Agostini

Oct 9, 2014

TheOGT.TV Interviews El Dorado County Sheriff John D'Agostini 

Old Guy Tech TV
TheOGT.TV Interviews Sue Taylor and Lori Parlin of LVC-EDC.org Talk about Measure O

Oct 8, 2014

Laura Parlin and Sue Taylor of LVC-EDC.org talk about Measure O

The Sacramento Bee
Prosecution rests after father of slain Cameron Park woman provides emotional testimony

Prosecution rests after father of slain Cameron Park woman provides emotional testimony

Don Hatfield, an acclaimed impressionist painter who grieves over the loss of his “brilliant and soulful and articulate” daughter as he now raises her three small children, was the final witness called by prosecution in a sensational murder trial.


Todd Winkler leaves the courtroom for a lunch break on Tuesday...

The Sacramento Bee
Concrete, landscape supply firm hosting grand-opening festivities

The public is invited to grand-opening festivities Friday through Sunday (Oct. 10-12) at the new site of Diamond Central Building Materials. The 4-year-old business recently moved from Placerville to 1091 White Rock Road in El Dorado Hills.

The Sacramento Bee
New El Dorado Hills house recycles wash water and makes its own energy

New El Dorado Hills house recycles wash water and makes its own energy

A demonstration house built by KB Home in El Dorado Hills recycles gray water for landscaping and toilets, captures warmth from drain water to heat fresh water, and produces enough electricity to power itself. The national home builder says it’s the house of the future.


KB HomeÕs Double ZeroHouse 3.0...

The Sacramento Bee
Folsom honors Johnny Cash legacy with overpass, trail

Folsom honors Johnny Cash legacy with overpass, trail

Recorded in 1968, the album “At Folsom Prison” put Johnny Cash on the map as an international country music star and became the reference point by which many people have come to know Folsom.



The Johnny Cash Overpass was designed to resemble the east...

The Sacramento Bee
Cameron Park defendant’s outburst may become part of defense

Cameron Park defendant’s outburst may become part of defense

Todd Winkler’s angry outburst on the first day of his trial for killing his wife now may become part of his defense.


An El Dorado County murder trial was abruptly interrupted Tuesday morning when the defendant, Todd Winkler, left, erupted, screaming at the deputy district attorney Lisette Suder during her...

The Sacramento Bee
Cameron Park man flashed anger prior to killing wife, victim’s brother says

Cameron Park man flashed anger prior to killing wife, victim’s brother says

Years before Rachel Winkler was fatally stabbed with scissors in her Cameron Park home, husband Todd Winkler violently flashed his anger by throttling her by the neck while at a bar in San Diego, Rachel Winkler’s younger brother testified Wednesday.


An El Dorado County murder trial was abruptly interrupted Tuesday...

The Sacramento Bee
Folsom Lake College marks 10-year milestone

Folsom Lake College marks 10-year milestone

Folsom Lake College will celebrate its 10th year of accreditation on Oct. 11 with tours of the 151-acre campus, stage performances, demonstrations, exhibition games and history and art displays. Aerial photos of the main Folsom campus from 2004. ...

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