Water was bubbling up through cracks in the street at a mobile home park in Grass Valley, causing power and heat to be cut off for some residents.
Fire crews could not get to the empty restaurant in time to save it. Now it is blackened and charred — no longer the red iconic building that once stood out along the country road.
They were hungry, skinny and neglected. Dozens of dogs that were in danger of starvation are recovering at local shelters. The 29 dogs were left outside without food, and now the owner could be facing abuse charges.
“She was standing in the tub, holding Cindy’s legs up in the air, and Cindy was under the water.”
The popularity of backyard chickens is becoming a real problem, and people are finding out that the work for those eggs isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Lt. Steven Tripp says Jessie Mulligan tried to text a friend on Friday to say she had some drugs to sell, but she messed up the number and ended up texting a narcotics detective.
Since the middle of September, he says there have been numerous reports involving a man trying to lure young children into his red truck around schools, bus stops and homes.
It was Thomas’ older daughter who helped investigators reopen the case. She said she walked into the bathroom and saw her mother drowning her sister. But at the time, the death was reported as a bathtub drowning.
Deputy District Attorney Kyra Patterson says Charles and Sara Gore, along with their adult daughter, didn’t feed the animals living on their property off of Auburn Road.
Grass Valley schools are warning parents to be on high alert after a kindergartner says a man tried to lure her into his truck to help look for a puppy.
Animal Control filed animal neglect charges against the homeowner. Some of the horses, mules and a donkey were so malnourished, they needed to be euthanized.
Bud was rescued by police officers from a marijuana grow where he was used as a guard dog. He was set to be euthanized.