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The Yuba County-sponsored program that took a bunch of storage sheds and turned them into temporary quarters for the homeless is being celebrated for innovation.

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The troubled sister of a special needs person learns the true meaning of family when her mission to rob her drug dealer doesn’t go as planned. That’s the twisting plot of an action-comedy movie, “Molly Robber,” set to be filmed in Yuba City. 

The California Poor People’s Campaign and the Marysville Homeless Union will host a community dinner and meeting Monday to honor those who became homeless because of the Camp Fire, as well the homeless population in the area. 

The 20th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and Unity March starts at 10 a.m. at the Ampla Health parking lot at 935 Market St., Yuba City. The march proceed over the 10th Street Bridge and through Marysville to Bethel AME Church, 115 Fifth St.

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Nearly 40 years spent teaching drawing gave Sara Sealander the opportunity to do what she loves.

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From house fires to near-drownings to medical aid, area fire departments respond to dozens of calls each day to help keep Yuba-Sutter residents safe. 

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Yuba-Sutter experienced the biggest storm so far this winter, according to a weather official.

The Yuba-Sutter Toys for Tots campaign had a record year in 2018, as nearly 2,000 low-income children in the area received gifts during the holidays.

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Low murmurs of “Amazing Grace” filled the narrow halls of the Yuba City Police Department as community members stood shoulder to shoulder Wednesday night to honor fallen Davis police officer and Arbuckle native Natalie Corona. 

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The Yuba County Sheriff’s Office alleges that the man killed by a deputy in Linda on Monday had unholstered and fired another deputy’s gun. New details were included in a news release issued Wednesday.

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There’s been an ongoing dispute between a group of concerned citizens and Recycling Industries over the company’s plans to expand its facilities in south Yuba City, but the two groups recently established a middle ground, making way for the project to move forward – but with certain conditions.

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La Porte is one of the closest and most accessible places to play in the snow for Yuba-Sutter residents, but some locals there are asking visitors to clean up after themselves.

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In an unexpected move during Tuesday’s Yuba City Council meeting, City Manager Steve Kroeger announced he is resigning effective next month.

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SAN DIEGO – In President Donald Trump’s public push for $5.7 billion to extend existing border fencing by 215 miles, he has painted a dire picture filled with deadly drugs, violent criminals and bloodshed.

The powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl has become more common around the country ... and it’s in the neighborhood – last weekend it killed one and hospitalized 14 others in Chico.

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The work to provide Yuba-Sutter with the highest level of flood protection possible isn’t yet complete, but the levees are much better today, having had the oversight expertise of the head of the Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency.

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The finest fabric, most intricate hair style and only the most exquisite jewels are what Marysville socialite Mary Aaron was wearing in her wedding portrait, taken in 1874. The original portrait can be found inside Mary Aaron Memorial Museum in Marysville. 

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The man shot and killed after a confrontation with deputies in Linda on Monday has been identified as 45-year-old Jahmal D. Stewart. 

The Yuba City community is hosting a candlelight vigil in honor of fallen Davis police officer and Arbuckle native Natalie Corona.

Facing billions of dollars in liability claims due to a number of devastating wildfires that have taken lives and burned thousands of acres of land across the state over the past two years, Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced Monday its intent to file for bankruptcy in the coming weeks.

Tommy Lininger was named as one member of the group of potential buyers of the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox during the Yuba-Sutter Chamber of Commerce Gala Friday night.

Years into the financial impacts of the most recent recession, state lawmakers did away with local redevelopment agencies to help balance the budget. A countywide oversight board is forming in Sutter County to see through the dissolution of those agencies.

After some recent financial struggles and months without a CEO, the Yuba-Sutter Chamber of Commerce is finding its footing once again, according to those involved.

California’s legalization of recreational marijuana was a high point for some, not so good for others, such as law enforcement, and some in the health and human services community. They’re looking at what the actual effects of consumption might be.

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Since taking over power sales for facilities along the Yuba River in 2016, annual revenues for the Yuba Water Agency have grown tremendously – as well as expenditures. The agency has largely planned projects around the anticipated surplus in funds, but has also gone about giving back to the …

While construction of the new Tri-County Juvenile Rehabilitation Facility is still awaiting state approval, the project’s start is almost in sight.

At least one civil works project planned for Yuba-Sutter could lose federal funding if President Donald Trump declares a national emergency and diverts funding from the Army Corps of Engineers to help build a border wall.

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A sold out crowd Friday night witnessed presentations of the latest round of community and business awards during the Yuba-Sutter Chamber of Commerce’s 34th annual Gala at Colusa Casino Resort.

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WASHINGTON – Officials have given President Donald Trump a plan to divert funds designated for Army Corps of Engineers projects in California and Puerto Rico to help pay for a wall along the southern border, a leading member of Congress said Thursday.