Floodwaters Overtake Historic Marysville CemeteryOne of the oldest cemeteries west of the Mississippi River is filled with water. The Jackson Slough has overrun its banks causing high water in the historic Marysville cemetery, unseen in the last decade.
City Of Marysville Asking For Volunteers To Help Monitor LeveesThe city of Marysville bracing for another round of storms and hoping to avoid a disaster.
Voluntary Evacuation Notices Issued To Flood-Prone Areas In MarysvilleA major storm is expected to hit Northern California over the weekend, and many agencies are busy trying to prepare.
Slick Roads May Have Played Role In Crash That Killed Marysville TeenTommi Sue Miller, 16, died at the scene. Her car slid in front of an on coming vehicle on Feather River Boulevard just south of Grand Avenue.
Marysville Boxing Coach Brutally Murdered In Front Of 8-Year-Old SonA hero in the gym and now in his son's life. Taj Fields made sure he was the first one down the stairs each night.
Detectives: Marysville Man Shot, Killed In Front Of 8-Year-Old SonDetectives say a Marysville man was shot and killed in front of his young son Wednesday night.
Crews Battling Fire In Marysville Along Feather RiverCrews are battling a grass fire in Marysville.
Man, Woman Suspected Of Siphoning Gas In MarysvillePolice are asking for help in finding a couple of people accused of siphoning gas from a Marysville resident’s truck.
Highway 70 In Marysville Reopens After Big Rig Pulled From Under Train TrestleCrews are working to get out a big rig that got stuck in under a train trestle.
Thousands Gather For Bok Kai Parade In MarysvilleThe festival to honor the water god brought out plenty of people for the oldest continuously held parade in the state.
Man Who Nearly Ran Over Marysville Officer ArrestedPolice have arrested the man who nearly dragged and nearly ran over an officer while getting away from a probation search.
Marysville After-School Program In Peril After Grant Funding Dries UpThe after-school program at the Allyn Scott Youth and Community Services Center serves about 100 students in Yuba and Sutter counties.