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Olivehurst man sentenced to 30 years in prison for sexually abusing young relative

An Olivehurst man accused of sexually abusing a young family member was sentenced in Yuba County Superior Court on Monday to a prison sentence of 30 years to life. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Ha

APPEAL-DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-22 01:07:00

$400 million approved for widening Highway 70 between Oroville and Marysville

More than $400 million in funding has been approved to widen the dangerous stretch of Highway 70 between Oroville and Marysville, according to Butte County Association of Governments Executive Director Jon Clark. The California Transportation Commission approved the spending Wednesday during its mee

OROVILLE MERCURY-REGISTER - 2018-03-22 07:00:00

Firefighters Pull Woman from Wreckage in Bangor

A witness to the crash drove up to Calfire Station 55 and told fire crews about the crash that was two miles north of the station. According to a Calfire responder a female driver drove off the road and hit a tree. The driver was trapped in her car. Fire crews had to pull off the door and pul

ACTIONNEWSNOW.COM - 2018-03-22 21:06:00

Alleged Walmart thief pleads not guilty

The man caught on cellphone footage running his vehicle into a man after allegedly shoplifting made his first court appearance on Monday. Michael J. Ramirez, 31, of Olivehurst, pleaded not guilty to the seven counts he faces: felony assault with a deadly weapon; three felony counts of vandalism unde


Roseville High School On Lockdown

ROSEVILLE, CA - Roseville High School is on lockdown while police investigate a conversation a student overheard where a gun was mentioned. According to police, the gun or any other weapon was not seen. The school was put on lockdown as a precaution while police investigate.

PATCH - 2018-03-21 18:44:43

Murder mystery dinner to raise money for Marysville schools

Event is sold out but organizers encourage donations; funds cover curriculum costs Teachers and staff from Marysville schools will perform at a murder mystery dinner on Saturday to raise funds for the Education Foundation. Although the event is sold out, there are plenty of other ways to donate. "Mu

APPEAL-DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-21 23:32:00

Who Took Rusty the Rooster? Yuba City Restaurant's Sculpture Goes Missing

Yuba City's Dancing Tomato Caffe is filled with charm and whimsey. Perhaps the restaurant's most prized piece of flair is the 5-foot-10-inch metal rooster sculpture known as Rusty. Owner Shar Katz suspects more than one person is responsible for Rusty's disappearance. "It would take a team probably


One injured after Butte County house fire

One person was injured in a house fire Friday morning in Butte County. It happened in the 4800 block of La Porte Road in Bangor. Cal Fire said the house was well-involved when they got there. They said a resident was hurt and was airlifted to Enloe Medical Center in Chico.

KRCRTV.COM - 2018-03-23 07:19:01

Colusa doubles reward fund in search for murder suspect

Salvador Garcia Jr. is wanted in connection with the death of his former girlfriend, Karen Garcia Romero. Courtesy photo The reward fund in the search for a Colusa man suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend and leaving her body inside a parked vehicle in Woodland last month has doubled from $5,000 t

DAVIS ENTERPRISE - 2018-03-21 20:04:42

Roads flooded, under snow in Butte County

Storms have dumped water and snow on roads in the region. According to Butte County, Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol, there are various controls on the following roads, as of Thursday morning. Roads closed by flooding: Central House Road between Lonetree Road and Highway 70; Lower Honcu

OROVILLE MERCURY-REGISTER - 2018-03-22 07:00:00

Officials clarify Yuba City 'dump' that is target of outrage

A scroll through the newly created Facebook page "Stop the Yuba City Dump" turns up comments from outraged residents. That concern comes from remarks made by David Kuhnen, general manager for Recycling Industries, on Epley Drive in south Yuba City, at last week's City Council meeting. An online se


Olivehurst man drowns after ATV crash in ravine

An Olivehurst man was killed early Saturday after the ATV he was operating rolled over, pinning him in a shallow pool of water where he drowned, according to the California Highway Patrol. A witness told the CHP that the driver of the ATV, a man in his 50s, attempted to cross a "narrow, steep ravine


Family Searches for Marysville Nurse who Disappeared after Leaving Work

Sheryl Donovan is a home care nurse who was working at a client's home on Tuesday in North San Juan when she went missing. "We're sort of at a loss for what's happened to her," said Donovan's brother, Paul Adkins. It was Donovan's first day with her new client. No one has seen her since she left tha


One Person Injured in Yuba County Plane Crash

YUBA COUNTY - A plane landed in the Yuba River near Loma Rica Sunday morning around 8:30 a.m., according to Cal Fire. Fire officials confirmed the pilot has been transported to UC Davis with minor injuries. Yuba County Sheriff confirms the male pilot has a broken ankle as well as scrapes and burns.


I feel my friend of 40 years is being disloyal to me

Dear Annie: "Susie" and I are long-term friends. We've known each other for 40 years. My husband and I moved to another state a few years ago, and Susie subsequently followed me. I introduced Susie and her husband to another friend of mine, "Linda," and Linda's husband. We enjoyed many good times t


Small plane hits power line, crashes in Yuba River

The pilot of the single-engine plane received minor injuries from the crash Updated: 10:58 AM PDT Mar 18, 2018 The pilot of a single-engine plane was injured after he struck a power line and crashed into the Yuba River Sunday morning. Pilot Timothy Bennett, 66, was rescued by a California Highway


Marysville Chinese festival features 175-foot dragon and much more

A 175-foot long dragon was the guest of honor at Marysville's 138th Bok Kai Parade Saturday. According to the festival's website, the festival began in the 1850s to honor Bok Eye, the Chinese Water God, who protects Marysville from flooding. The Bok Kai festival's main event is the Bok Kai parade, w


Marysville woman reported missing, last seen in North San Juan area

A Marysville woman has been missing since Tuesday evening, when she was last seen leaving her job in the North San Juan area of Nevada County, according to the Nevada County Sheriff's Office. Sheryl Lynn Donovan was last seen driving a gold 2000 Ford Explorer with a license plate number 6NST499, bel


Olivehurst man dies after ATV crashes into ravine

A 50-year-old Olivehurst man drowned when his ATV crashed into a ravine early Saturday, the California Highway Patrol said. Around 2:20 a.m., the man attempted to cross a narrow and steep ravine at a minimal speed on private property at the end of Second Avenue, west of Chestnut Road, a witness told


Yuba City foster parent sentenced to one year in county jail, three years probation for sexually abusing two young girls

A Yuba City foster parent was sentenced to a year in county jail and three years probation for sexually abusing two young girls. James V. Fasano, 79, of the 1600 block of Rebecca Drive, pleaded no contest to two counts of lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 on Jan. 31. On Monday, Fasano wa