Thieves have stolen Christmas for dozens of needy families in the Yuba-Sutter area.
That direction will effectively end the agreement between the city and Cal Fire, which has staffed Marysville’s fire station. The cost-cutting move has the city deciding it’ll do better on its own.
Police say that a 28-year-old man stabbed his father to death Wednesday afternoon.
The Marysville family of 12—Reba Gowin, Tommy Gowin, Alex, Tommy Jr., Samantha, Celeste, Delany, Liam, Nathan, Sophia, Israel, and Anastasia—currently lives under one roof in a one-bedroom apartment.
His friend said Cojocar was putting up a metal flag pole as he often dues at a building called a Sunday school just outside of Marysville. This day, his routine was anything but.
A swarm of swallows is taking over a Marysville neighborhood in numbers neighbors say they’ve never seen before, and federal law prevents them from doing anything about it.
The man suspected of crashing his truck into a red light camera Saturday morning, then taking off with said camera, has been arrested, police said.
The home that used to be in space No. 3 blew up several years back during a power outage. It seems the resident flushed a toilet, left a lit candle in the bathroom, and enough methane collected to cause the blast.
At around 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday, a deputy spotted a person who matched the description of a suspect in bank robberies in Yuba City and Chico, as well as another attempted robbery in Marysville, said Sheriff Steve Durfor.
The beauty of the Sutter Buttes is often seen from afar, but few get to see them up close because it’s private property. But over the next few weeks, the public has the chance to tour what’s often referred to as the world’s smallest mountain range.
Three counties have already fully declared to withdraw under the State of Jefferson plan: Modoc, Siskiyou, and Glenn counties. Tehama County could also put the issue on the ballot for voters to decide.
Billy James Hammett of Marysville was one of three men who pleaded guilty to the 2011 attack at a convenience store in Marysville, 40 miles north of Sacramento.