Under the city’s guidelines, a warming center is opened at the veterans hall. But the Nevada City city manager says if the hall is rented out, it can’t be used as a homeless shelter.
The tree fell onto the family’s home minutes after a mom, her two children and 9-month-old baby had left for school.
The incident happened Friday morning in the 13000 block of Winding Way and Valley View Road, according to Cal Fire. The tree reportedly caused major damage.
The marijuana harvest season is in full force, and more people are on the streets with more money to spend, but some are saying those profits aren’t enough.
A routine traffic stop landed a Nevada City woman in jail, and now it may send her back to a country she hasn’t seen in nearly 15 years.
Deputies typically bury confiscated plants, since the marijuana goes bad once it’s in the ground. But this time they shredded it in a wood chipper with bamboo and branches, and left it on the side of the trails.
Several harps stolen from a local woman’s home are back where they belong, thanks to a tip from a CBS13 viewer who saw them at a farmers market after seeing our story.
Several harps stolen during a break-in at a Nevada City woman’s home in August have been returned.
Steven was driving home for lunch on Monday in Nevada City when he heard a buzzing noise—that buzz, oftentimes near a car antenna, means a lightning strike is about to happen.
A Nevada City woman says she’s been having problems with her phone line for more than eight months. When she got fed up, she called Kurtis.
Despite a charming foothills location and a Gold Rush history, many struggling Nevada City businesses are shutting their doors.
A homeless Nevada City man has been granted the first approval by the police department to camp legally after the city passed a new ordinance last month.