It’s the call no one wants to get while away from their home.
Firefighters are battling a fire south of Grass Valley that has prompted evacuations and destroyed a couple of homes Saturday afternoon.
A steer named Panda is now recovering at an animal sanctuary after being doused in kerosene and set on fire.
A suspect is in custody after a reported pursuit ended in a crash early Thursday morning.
Authorities say two officers were hurt during a confrontation with a suspect in a remote area north of Nevada City.
Police initially went to the motel for a report of people being in a motel room that was supposed to be vacant. They ended up with a big bust, drugs, guns and even a mysterious trap door.
More than a dozen people were arrested after an investigation uncovered a stash of drugs and guns inside of a hotel room.
The unlikely pair spent a decade in a 12-by-12 dirt plot with little food and water with no shade, shed or barn. They were rescued from a life of neglect in Southern California, but they were split up and sent to different sanctuaries.
The story grabbed headlines around the world: A California couple found buried treasure in their backyard in the form of gold coins worth more than $10 million.
Born a girl, the last of 6 children, the 17-year-old left a letter for his mom that put into words what he felt for so long, but never quite knew how to say it.
As soon as they broke into Grass Valley Gold and Silver, the alarm went off. But because the owners had disconnected their land line, the police were never called.
A 6-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy may have been approached by the same man. Deputies are hesitant with these kinds of reports, but in both cases, they say the information seems very credible.