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72-year-old Marysville woman struck, killed by car while walking

A 72-year-old Marysville woman was killed when struck by a vehicle while she was walking along Hammonton-Smartsville Road Thursday morning. Jamila Habib, 72, was walking in an unknown direction, approaching Lowe Avenue around 7:30 a.m. when she was struck by a vehicle, the driver of which didn’t see


California governor orders new DNA tests in case of Kevin Cooper, convicted in 1983 killings

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered additional DNA testing Friday on evidence that a death-row inmate says will prove his innocence in a 35-year-old murder case that has drawn national attention.


Yuba City man gets 20 years in prison for child porn

A Yuba City man was sentenced in federal court Friday to 20 years imprisonment for receiving child pornography. Chad C. Jaycox, 28, was convicted of unlawful sex with a minor in 2010 and was on probation for that offense when federal agent searched his home in 2013 and found the child pornography, a


Traffic problems ahead for Marysville?

Marysville officials were concerned to learned this week that debris from the area recently devastated by the Camp Fire in Butte County was being transported through city limits on its way to a landfill near Wheatland.


California judge rules twin son of gay couple is American citizen

LOS ANGELES – A federal judge in California ruled Thursday that a twin son of a gay married couple has been an American citizen since birth, handing a defeat to the U.S. government, which had only granted the status to his brother.


Recent rainstorms cause portion of Feather River levee to erode

Rains over the past several weeks have caused erosion to a recently improved portion of levee along the east side of the Feather River and protecting Marysville. But officials say the damage is superficial and doesn’t pose a threat to public safety.


Marysville man arrested for attempted murder and mayhem

Marysville Police are investigating an attempted murder and mayhem case. Police say officers were dispatched to St. Johns Episcopal Church at 800 D Street Sunday about 8:50 pm for a reported stabbing. Once officers arrived they found a 57 year old man sitting on a curb holding his left eye.


Similar to hurricanes, California storms now ranked by their own ‘Cat’-like scale

Remember the series of winter storms we experienced mid-January? It was the result of an “atmospheric river” driving a series of Pacific storms onshore. Now there is a new scale to characterize strength and impacts of atmospheric river type storms, just like hurricanes. The scale is useful because a


Pedestrian killed in Yuba County collision

YUBA COUNTY, Calif. - A pedestrian was killed Thursday morning after being struck by a vehicle on a road in Yuba County. According to Yuba-Sutter Area California Highway Patrol, a driver was traveling south on Lowe Avenue around 7:35 a.m. on Wednesday when she stopped for a stop sign at Hammonton Sm


Tentacles and Telephone Lines: The Colusa, California UFO Incident of 1976

One of the problems with UFO reports from over the years actually has to do with their diversity. That is to say, some of the already far-fetched sounding reports of “flying saucers” might be more easily accepted by scientists if they all described essentially the same thing, rather than a seemingly


Sinkholes are popping up all over California, thanks to the rain. Here’s what to know

Sinkholes are rare in California, but the heavy rains this winter produced several dangerous ones around the state. A sinkhole is an area of ground that has no natural external surface drainage – when it rains, all the water stays inside the sinkhole and typically drains into the subsurface. There a


Ex-AP California Capital Reporter Steve Lawrence Dead at 71

SACRAMENTO (AP) — Steve Lawrence, a California government reporter who covered a major capital corruption scandal and governors from Ronald Reagan to Arnold Schwarzenegger during a nearly four-decade career with The Associated Press, died Friday.


Tortoise, German shepherd buddies coaxed from their backyard tunnel in Southern California

A tortoise and a German shepherd were helped out of a tunnel by Fontana firefighters, after the critter couple had dug the hole in the backyard of a Fontana home. “This is a tunnel the tortoise has been working on for a while,” San Bernardino County fire spokesman Eric Sherwin said. “The relationshi


Jury Hangs in Heidi Lepp Marijuana Case

The jury hung 7-5 in the conspiracy case against Heidi Lepp, charged with conspiracy to illegally cultivate and sell cannabis. The Yuba County jury heard closing arguments last Friday, but this week could not reach a unanimous verdict and so Ms. Lepp will come back on April 4 for a hearing in Marysv


A record number of babies have been surrendered in California. Some say that’s ‘hopeful’

In a photograph that Dawn Robinson holds up in her living room, two of her three children smile in an almond orchard outside Bakersfield in 2014. Kern County is where Tyler, 10, and Willow, 8, took their first breaths. It’s also where their birth mothers gave them up at the hospital as part of a sta


The Latest: California parents of 13 plead guilty to torture

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – The Latest on the case of a couple charged with the torture and abuse of most of their 13 children (all times local):. A California couple who shackled some of their 13 children to beds and starved them have pleaded guilty to torture and other abuse.


DA makes case to charge Colorado man for death of cancer-stricken Browns Valley woman

Though Jeane Terry had been ill from cancer in recent years, friends say she could walk around, sit on her front porch in the sun, and sometimes wanted to dance. But just a week after receiving homeopathic treatments from a Colorado man in 2015 she died, and last August, he was charged with involunt


Yuba College baseball falls to Sierra 12-7

The Yuba college baseball team made the trip over to Sierra College yesterday and lost by a final score of 12-7. Despite Friday’s loss, the Niners saw great performances from multiple players including: Keith Walker with three hits and Aidan Gums with two hits and one run.


Detectives: Tuolumne Woman Had More Than $77K In Money And Property Stolen By Neighbor

CEDAR RIDGE (CBS13) – A Sonora woman is under arrest on allegations she stole tens of thousands of dollars in money and property from her elderly neighbor. The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Department says the alleged thefts happened between October and December of last year. Detectives say Jessica Corb


Laotian-style barbecue comes to Southern California

Good morning. Unless you’re one of the lucky folks who are reading this from Mammoth, it’s a good weekend to stay home and do some cooking, maybe curl up with a blanket — yes, this is cold for us — and a stack of cookbooks. We can help with that last part, as we have a story about the couple who run