The fine is the largest its city code allows. The city says the homeowner was repeatedly caught watering more than the required two days a week.
Workers at the water and sewage treatment plants, city hall and public works know how important their jobs are to Yuba City. They say they want to launch a public awareness campaign first before they strike.
According to a complaint from the state medical board, he “failed to maintain an office with sufficient emphasis on cleaning and disinfection.” In one room, an investigator says “patients were seated around a blue tray … stained with spatters of fluid drops,” and a hazmat waste container was soiled with blood and dirt with no top.
Three men were killed Saturday in a fiery crash suspected to have been caused by a person driving under the influence.
Contract negotiations with the city have been going on for more than a year. For the past few years, city workers have accepted a 10 percent furlough. The city wants to get rid of that if employees pick up 8 percent of the payments to their retirement system.
Jesus Zuniga Moreno, 44, allegedly furnished former students with marijuana at his home in 2014 and was involved in an inappropriate relationship with at least one student.
WHO’s international agency for research on cancer released a new report saying glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic.” The study is a review of existing research and concludes there is “limited evidence” the main chemical in Roundup can cause non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and lung cancer.
It’s a cat conundrum in Yuba City and neighbors say compassion may be to blame. City council members will vote on an ordinance Tuesday that would prohibit feeding feral cats.
After 16 sessions at the negotiation table neither side could agree. At issue, the number of firefighters and a balanced city budget.
The cars were parked in front of the house, but when the Cole family woke up on Tuesday morning to get ready for the day, they stepped out and noticed they were both gone.
CBS13 brought you the story of how someone broke into the Yuba-Sutter facility and took 200 toys. Volunteers had no way of letting parents know the presents were gone until they showed up on Friday.
Thieves have stolen Christmas for dozens of needy families in the Yuba-Sutter area.