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Marysville Middle Schoolers Given Pot Brownies At School
MARYSVILLE (CBS13) – Several students at a middle school in Marysville allegedly ate brownies containing THC oil, which is derived from cannabis. Police confirmed the incident happened at McKenney Intermediate School.
Officers Fatally Shoot Armed Man who Threatened to Kill Yuba County Neighbor
YUBA COUNTY — Yuba County SWAT officers shot and killed an armed man Thursday outside of his home. At 8:12 a.m., a resident on Vavassuer Way in Brownsville called 911 after his neighbor came into his house and began threatening to kill him, according to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department. The neig
Anna McKenney students allegedly eat pot brownies
Several students at Anna McKenney Intermediate School were sent home as a precaution after eating brownies allegedly laced with marijuana Wednesday. The Marysville Police Department responded to the middle school on Huston Street around 11:30 a.m. to a report that a student provided the brownies to
Video shows suspects crash truck into California gas station, steal ATM
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. – Sheriff's detectives are looking for three men who stole an ATM from a Rancho Cordova gas station early Thursday morning and dramatic surveillance footage reveals how it all played out.
Northern California lawmaker arrested for child cruelty says he spanked daughter
SACRAMENTO, — A California lawmaker arrested on suspicion of child cruelty said Wednesday the allegation stemmed from spanking his 7-year-old daughter. Democratic Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula said he spanked his daughter Sunday night and it’s a punishment tool he rarely uses, the Fresno Bee newspape
Local’s vision becomes Skip’s Marysville Music Cafe
After others in the area had closed, Skip Bertsch was inspired to open a music shop in Marysville. But he was unsure how to make it successful. For more than two years, Bertsch toyed with ideas, wanting to make his shop different from the average music store. So he asked himself: what are all the th
Caltrans: Weekend Storms to Impact Highway Travel in Mountains
MARYSVILLE December 14, 2018 – Caltrans District 3 is alerting motorists to incoming weather systems in Northern California, which will bring rain and snow Friday through Monday.
California man survives two days trapped in grease vent
Authorities in California rescued a man who was trapped inside a restaurant's grease vent for about two days. Sheriffs and firefighters in Alameda County, California, received a call from a citizen claiming they heard a voice calling from help at a vacant Chinese food restaurant.
Camp Fire: Debris removal process explained to homeowners, survivors
OROVILLE, Calif. -- Phase one of the debris removal process in Paradise is now in motion, and crews are working to remove household hazardous waste. For this phase, homeowners do not have to sign up.
Explosion leads to drug seizure
Around 300 pounds of marijuana and a butane hash oil lab was seized after a Loma Rica garage exploded Wednesday. The home, in the 5300 block of Fruitland Road, across the street from Foothill Intermediate School, had been abandoned for years, officials said, but the owner’s son and an acquaintance w
Man arrested after allegedly attacking woman he met online
A Marysville man was arrested Saturday night after attacking a woman he had met online. Yuba County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Trevor J. Bensberg, 26, of the 5400 block of Fruitland Road, after he allegedly assaulted a woman with a knife – it poked through her jacket. She suffered a minor injury, d
Stop the Dump appeal stalls recycling expansion
The Yuba City Planning Commission unanimously approved a contentious expansion project proposed by Recycling Industries last month. A group opposed to the plans filed an appeal last week, temporarily halting the project and leaving it up to the City Council to make a final decision.
Nevada County Police Blotter: Caller’s son ‘holding the whole house hostage’
8:11 a.m. — A caller from the 1100 block of Sutton Way reported a man sleeping in front of a business, covered in blankets. 11:18 a.m. — A caller from the 700 block of Sutton Way reported a shoplifter in custody. The caller called back saying the person just fled on foot.
A break from life’s noise
Fires, holiday expenses, election results and other stressful issues have been the focus for many Yuba-Sutter residents. It can be wearying. So Faith Lutheran Church in Marysville has been inspired to host a weekly prayer and mediation hour for the community.
Dick Tracy: Confessions of a former fat guy
The question came from my acupuncturist, Dr. Dennis Tucker, as he skillfully inserted needles into my lower legs. "We have a ranch," I said, "and I keep fairly busy with irrigation, wood cutting and piling, fence repair and weed control."
Family marks victim’s birthday
Friends and family of Bradley Young celebrated his 28th birthday without him. They gathered at the corner of Reeves and Cooper avenues Tuesday afternoon to release balloons and place a piece of cake at a small memorial they set up after his Oct. 22 shooting death at that same corner.
Video Shows Football Player Vandalizing Opposing Team’s Locker Room with Sledgehammer
SUTTER -- A local high school is dealing with controversy after one of its football players vandalized an opposing team's locker room. Video from Dec. 1 shows a young student-athlete destroying a couch using a sledgehammer.
Suspect pleads no contest to voluntary manslaughter
A boy – one of four suspects – entered pleas in adult court Monday in connection to an April shooting that left an Olivehurst man dead. A Yuba County judge found Joseph Echevarria not fit for juvenile court and transferred his case to adult court. Echevarria then pleaded no contest to voluntary mans
Marysville council should take pains to remember life before Measure C passed
From a staff report prepared for City Council members, it looks like the extra revenue Marysville is receiving via Measure C – passed in 2016 to increase the sales tax by a cent – is being well spent: infrastructure, public safety, parks, reinstating five-day city hall service ...
Man Initially Believed to be Attacked by Mountain Lion was Assaulted
GRASS VALLEY -- The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a gruesome attack on a man in his 50s. People driving by found the man on the side of the road in Grass Valley Sunday night with a serious cut to his neck.