530 Fatties appears to be created by someone who lives within the local 530 area code, and featured photos of overweight or obese people in public without their permission. With those photos are words mocking the subjects’ weight.
Drivers caught going over the limit on Clark Avenue just north of State Route 20 and Railroad Avenue north of Teesdale Road will have a choice if they’re caught—pay a $200 fine, or take a class and the fee will be dismissed.
Oberman and his roommates moved into the home about three weeks ago. First Sky found the head of a doll, and what appeared to be the porcelain doll sitting in a chair. So he kept digging.
Seconds after a statewide Amber Alert was issued for two missing children in Oroville, a chance encounter by an alert citizen led to an arrest in Yuba City.
The day started out with enthusiasm and excitement.
In Yuba City, they’re expecting around 20,000 people. Businesses are rushing to get ready for the Chrome crush, but nobody’s complaining about the extra works.
Ellen Jackson breeds and trains horses at Victory Rose Thoroughbreds in Vacaville. Her horses tested the strips in a 2004 UC Davis study, which found they cut down on lung bleeding—a problem among racehorses.
We found ranch owner Rick Lee on his tractor on Friday, not wanting to talk. He and his wife Dawn are accused of hosting the massive prom rager, complete with a stripper pole and upwards of 300 underage high schoolers drinking booze.
A filly is going to challenge the boys in the Preakness for the first time since 2009 when Rachel Alexandra won.
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.
California Chrome found another gear and pulled away down the stretch to win the 140th Kentucky Derby on Saturday at Churchill Downs.
The city doesn’t make national or even state headlines much of time, and for people in this city of 65,000, it’s a surprise to be on the national map.