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Suspect Killed by Yuba County Deputy ID’d as Marysville Man with History of Violence

LINDA — The Yuba County Sheriff’s Department has identified the suspect killed by a deputy in Linda Monday night. Jahmal Derrick Stewart, 45, of Marysville, was shot amid a struggle with a deputy, during which he tried to take the deputy’s weapon.

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Candlelight vigil in Yuba City to honor Arbuckle native

Fallen Davis police officer and Arbuckle native Natalie Corona will be honored with a candlelight vigil in Yuba City tonight. Corona, 22, was shot and killed Thursday while responding to a vehicle collision. She was a rookie and had just completed field training weeks earlier. She had roots in law e

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Transient man allegedly fired deputy's gun

The Yuba County Sheriff’s Office alleges that the man killed by a deputy in Linda on Monday had unholstered and fired another deputy’s gun. New details were included in a news release issued Wednesday.

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California Bill Would Mandate Full-Day Kindergarten

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Full-day kindergarten could become law in California by 2021. A new bill introduced in the California Assembly to extend kindergarten piggybacks on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s goal to invest $2 billion for early learning.

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Sheriff: Assault Suspect, Jahmal Derrick Stewart, Dead In Yuba County Officer-Involved Shooting

EAST LINDA (CBS13) —One man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in Yuba County Monday afternoon. It happened on North Beale Street near Highway 70, just north of Marysville.

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Sutter County residents express fear for safety, security

A proposed Sutter County homeless shelter has some residents upset and concerned for their safety and security. Nearly 40 people, including committee members, officials and community members, discussed issues Monday night concerning the shelter being placed at 1945 Live Oak Blvd.

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Deadly fentanyl’s far-reaching effects

The powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl has become more common around the country ... and it’s in the neighborhood – last weekend it killed one and hospitalized 14 others in Chico.

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Suspect shot by deputies identified as transient

The man shot and killed after a confrontation with deputies in Linda on Monday has been identified as 45-year-old Jahmal D. Stewart. Stewart was reported to be a transient in the Marysville area, according to a Yuba County Sheriff’s Office press release Tuesday afternoon.

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Placer Sheriff: Officer-Involved Shooting At I-80 And Hwy 65, Freeway Closed

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — The Placer County Sheriff’s Department said deputies have been involved in an officer-involved shooting at Interstate 80 and Highway 65 Tuesday evening.

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Man accused of molesting young family member sentenced

A Yuba City man accused of molesting a young family member was sentenced Monday to 12 years in prison. Robert A. Harrison, 35, was found guilty of felony continuous sexual abuse by a Yuba County jury in October after a seven-day trial. Since the jury found the allegation of substantial sexual conduc

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Northern California police kill gunman after 2 people shot

ROSEVILLE — A man was shot and killed by deputies on a highway off-ramp in California after he shot two people in different locations, killing one, and injured a police dog during a gunbattle with officers, authorities said Wednesday.

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Vigil planned for fallen officer

The Yuba City community is hosting a candlelight vigil in honor of fallen Davis police officer and Arbuckle native Natalie Corona. Corona, 22, was shot and killed Thursday while responding to a vehicle collision. She was a rookie and had just completed field training weeks earlier, though she comes

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UPDATE: Traffic moving on Tahoe area highways; chain restrictions in place

Here's the latest on road conditions in the Tahoe region. A traffic hold on Interstate 80 westbound has been lifted. For eastbound traffic: Chains are required on all vehicles except four-wheel-drive vehicles with snow tires on all four wheels from Cisco to 7 miles east of Truckee.

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Bruins go back-to-back for first time in seven years

COLFAX– Last week, the Bear River boys basketball team ended a nearly three-year winless drought in the Pioneer Valley League with a 76-67 win over a tough Marysville team. Tuesday night at Colfax, the Bruins did something they hadn’t done in an even longer stretch.

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Appeal hearing set for Recycling Industries expansion project

An appeal hearing is scheduled for today regarding the Yuba City Planning Commission’s approval of a use permit to allow Recycling Industries to expand its facility. After the public hearing, City Council members will have the option to push the project forward, which is something staff is recommend

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Rep. Garamendi Introduces the Merchant Mariners of World War II Congressional Gold Medal Act

WASHINGTON, DC- Today, Congressman John Garamendi (D-Fairfield, Davis, Yuba City), introduced the Merchant Mariners of World War II Congressional Gold Medal Act with Representatives Don Young (R-AK) and Susan Brooks (R-IN) joining as original cosponsors. This legislation would award a Congressional

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I-15 closed by 19-car pileup at Southern California’s Cajon Pass

Nineteen vehicles collided Wednesday morning on a foggy stretch of Interstate 15, forcing the closure of all southbound lines of the freeway near Cajon Pass. The San Bernardino County Fire Department says 35 people suffered minor to moderate injuries in the collisions but that most are declining to

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No sign of foul play after body found in Sacramento River, officials say

A body was recovered Wednesday from the Sacramento River near Old Sacramento, according to police and fire officials. Two passersby were walking on the Tower Bridge when they spotted the body in the river and called authorities, Sacramento Police Department spokesperson Linda Matthew said.

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American River makes JC history with state championship, but recruiting game is endless

It’s one thing to cobble a collection of players who hardly know each other and get them on the same page. Then, it’s quite a feat to get this cobbled group to compete against similarly created teams. And to finish strong and hoist hardware? That’s when it becomes good living.

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Lawyer: 7 adult kids freed from parents’ squalid California home not bitter

LOS ANGELES — Seven adult children who were freed from their parents’ California home and years of alleged abuse are not bitter, their attorney said Wednesday. Jack Osborn, a lawyer who represents seven of David and Louise Turpin’s 13 children, said in an interview on NBC’s “Today” show that his cli

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