An 11-day-old infant died in July after she was allowed to leave the hospital with her mother, despite testing positive for drugs when she was born. Now, the Yuba County District Attorney’s Office says the mother may not even face murder charges.
An 11-day-old infant died after being allowed to leave the hospital with her mother, despite testing positive for drugs when she was born. Now the question remains, who’s at fault?
Investigators are trying to figure out why a mother who gave birth to a child who tested positive for drugs was allowed to leave the hospital. That child would be found dead at the Rio Inn and Suites 11 days after she was born, and her mother, Jennifer Sierra, would be arrested.
That mother is behind bars tonight on a charge of felony child endangerment after deputies were called out on Wednesday to the motel on North Beale Road.
With no warning, a 15,000-square-foot building collapsed in Yuba County on Thursday night.
Gunfire broke out during a Linda family’s Super Bowl party, leaving one person dead, four wounded and the victimized family asking why they were targeted.
A man was found dead inside a mobile home that caught fire Tuesday morning in Linda.
The Linda man who hit it big with a scratch-off lottery ticket found himself behind bars just a few months later, accused of helping a woman with a stolen car.
A Linda woman was found dead in an abandoned home over the weekend and foul play is suspected, according to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department.
A 3-year-old boy in Linda was killed Monday afternoon after his brother accidentally ran over him, the California Highway Patrol said.
Pornographic toys, magazines and videos were stolen from a Linda sex shop, but the store’s owner is surprised by what wasn’t taken.
A female pizza deliverer in Yuba County got away from would-be robbers by punching one in the face.