Deputies say they fatally shot a man who pointed a weapon at them late Saturday night.
Swallowing water while trying to keep above it, he grabbed a woman and a little girl, bringing them to shore. He was rushed to the hospital for treatment. He learned later there was a woman who didn’t get out—one he never saw—a 27-year-old who still has not surfaced.
Keeping the pool filled means a lot of water added to maintain levels over the next few months, but the Sunrise Recreation and Park District has made small changes that could lead to big water savings in the long run.
Monica Rodriguez and her husband were a young couple that doesn’t seem to have a criminal record.
The two women accused of helping a Marysville woman bury her murdered husband are being held without bail.
Authorities say a Marysville woman killed her husband and buried him in a shallow grave.
OPUD will read the meters from June 1 to June 30. Households that use 26 units of water or less will not be penalized. Those that used between 27 and 45 units will be hit with a $25 fine. Those who use more than 45 units will have to pay a $60 penalty.
A family man is on the hook to pay back $5,000 bail after being arrested twice on a warrant that belonged to a man who shares the same name.
The Yuba County District Attorney is apologizing for the mistake and the manslaughter charge filed against 18-year-old Joaquin Orozco.
Investigators are saying that the fire that destroyed a barn-style home in Olivehurst was intentionally set.
An Olivehurst area walnut plant was destroyed in a massive fire late Saturday night, devastating residents who call the plant a staple in the community.
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.