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Folsom is located in central California and is considered to be a suburb of Sacramento. The city is most commonly associated with the infamous Folsom Prison, which has been popularized by Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues." The prison was built in 1880 when a few members of Folsom made a deal with the state. The agreement was that the state would donate land for a prison in return for prison labor that would be used to build a hydroelectric dam for a sawmill.

Population: 51884
Local Newspapers: Sacramento Bee
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings Sacramento Monarchs Sacramento River Cats
Local Colleges: Folsom Lake College

Zip Codes associated with folsom, california: 95630
Towns/Cities near folsom, california : Sierra Woods Willow Springs El Dorado Hills Marina Village Orangevale Champion Hills Cameron Park

Folsom News
John Choi's journey from tax auditing to running 'man cave' grooming salons

John Choi, left, and friends Nikhil Patel, Chris Drevno and Ashkan Alizadeh enjoy a beer at Hammer & Nails' location in Folsom. John Choi, 49, is the chief executive of Hammer & Nails, a chain of male grooming salons that specializes in manicures, pedicures, barbering and straight razor shaves, served up in a "man cave" environment of oversized leather chairs, televisions with noise-canceling headsets and a choice of spirits, beer and non-alcoholic beverages.

'Spell'binding play in Folsom

Winner of the Tony and the Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" is now charming Sutter Street Theatre audiences with its effortless wit and humor. Featuring a fast-paced, wildly funny and touching book by Rachel Sheinkin and a truly fresh and vibrant score by William Finn, this bee is one unforgettable experience.

CA: Here's What the Gas Tax Hike Will Fund in the Sacramento Area - if Voters Don't Repeal

June 12--California's controversial gas tax hike is under fire, opposed by many voters and subject to a November repeal led by gubernatorial candidate John Cox and other Republicans. But that hasn't stopped Gov. Jerry Brown from doling out Senate Bill 1 gas tax funds this spring and approving hundreds of millions of dollars in grants to Sacramento and other areas around the state.

Inspector general: 2 US dams at risk of - insider threats'

Two dams critical to U.S. national security are at high risk for "insider threats" that could impair operations because of poor computer security practices such as too many employees having access to administrator accounts and failures to routinely change passwords, according to a new inspector general report. An evaluation released Monday by the U.S. Department of the Interior doesn't name the two dams, and spokeswoman Nancy DiPaolo cited national security concerns.

Winners All

Today at the USRowing Youth Nationals at Lake Natoma in Folsom, California, Saugatuck Rowing Club's women's youth varsity 8+ brought home the gold for the fourth year in a row.

Datebook: A beguiling biennial, photos of life near LAX and tributes to a mythic female ruler

"El Camino," 2016-17, by Aaron Fowler, in "Made in L.A." at the Hammer Museum. The Hammer Museum's latest biennial brings together Los Angeles and two artists take on LAX.

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The original Falafel Corner is at 3620 North Freeway Blvd. In Natomas. 891-0375; The Folsom location is at 2690 East Bidwell St. 817-1184.

California woman killed by car after lying on Omaha street

Police say a 20-year-old California woman has died after being hit by a car on the northwestern edge of Omaha's Creighton University campus, where she was a student. Omaha police say Vindhay Puttagunta, of Folsom, California, was walking with a man along a street around 1 a.m. when he sat down on a retaining wall.

TIME Magazine Used 958 Drones to Create Its Latest Cover, Here's How They Did iIt

TIME partnered with Intel's Drone Light Show team and Astraeus Aerial Cinema Systems to create its latest magazine cover, using 958 drones hovering above Folsom, California. It's one of the largest drone shows ever put on in the United States, measuring a staggering 100 meters tall.

Watch how TIME created their new cover image with 958 drones

It took nearly a thousand drones carefully programmed and deployed to create the imagery used for the new TIME magazine cover. To create the first TIME cover shot by a drone, we worked with Intel's Drone Light Show team, Astraeus Aerial Cinema Systems and L.A. Drones-plus 958 drones set to display a precise shade of red, and another one to hold a camera in the air at just the right angle.

This Time cover is actually an elaborate formation of 958 drones

Register to become a member today. You'll get the essential information you need to do your job better, including The front its June 11 issue with the coverline "THE DRONE AGE," on newsstands Friday, Time magazine collaborated with Intel to send a massive fleet of drones skyward and into precise formation to form the newsweekly's logo and trademark red border.

FOX40 Candidate Profiles: Delaine Eastin

On a Monday night at a pizza spot in Folsom, Delaine Eastin, one of the candidates running for California governor, broke bread before she spoke to a group of Democratic voters. She's the only female candidate among the top six.

The latest cover of 'Time' is composed of 958 Intel drones

Intel's latest drone trick is on the cover of Time . Err, it is the cover of Time .

NorCal drones are the star of TIME Magazine's cover

Look a little closer at the TIME Magazine issue hitting stands June 1. Those aren't digital light manipulations; they're drones. Nearly 1,000 of them.

SacRT Awarded $12M to Expand SmaRT Ride Service

The Sacramento Transportation Authority recently awarded the discretionary grant to the Sacramento Regional Transit District to promote shuttle service in residential and commercial areas that are underserved by public transit. "We are grateful to have the support of the STA for our SmaRT Ride program, which could very well change the nation's transit industry should innovative programs like SmaRT Ride continue to flourish," said General Manager/CEO Henry Li.

A World War II mystery around a missing pilot is solved, and family emotions flood in

'"It really opens up the possibility that more families can learn what happened to their family members who have been missing all this time' A photo provided by the U.S. Army Air Force of the B-24 bomber called Heaven Can Wait, to which Second Lt. Thomas V. Kelly Jr. was assigned, taken in 1943, the year before it was shot down off Papua New Guinea.

At Folsom prison, Johnny Cash found his cause

When Johnny Cash stepped onstage at Folsom State Prison on Jan. 13, 1968, for the concerts that would change his life, he was in rough shape. His record label had threatened to drop him, his addiction to pills was increasingly out of control, his personal life was in tatters and he had recently contemplated suicide.

On the Road: Bike touring on the American River Bike Trail and your own hometown Updated at

Summer fast approaches and what better way to be active, get fit and explore nearby California gems? Dust off those bicycles, check them for roadworthiness and get pedaling to nearby nifty destinations. Let's start with the granddaddy of nearby bike trails, the American River Bike Trail, which stretches from Old Sacramento on the west all the way up to and past Folsom Lake on the east, following the course of that mighty river, the American.

A World War II Mystery Is Solved, and Emotions Flood In

After the B-24 bomber carrying Second Lt. Thomas V. Kelly Jr. was shot down off the coast of what is now Papua New Guinea in 1944, his parents had a gray tombstone etched with a drawing of the plane and the words "In Loving Memory."

Man Attacked While Walking Ancil Hoffman Park Trail

Michelle Masoner of Carmichael said, in a shocked tone, "on the main trail? I walk that alone all the time." Slotterbeck said he was "just walking along" when suddenly he was "shoved by someone or something [and] ended up hitting the ground on my face."

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