Marysville, CA


Marysville Head-On Collision Causes Major Injuries

A head-on collision involving multiple vehicles occurred in Marysville on November 24, injuring three people. The collision occurred around 1:55 p.m. on northbound S.R. 70 just south of Chandler Road. One of the vehicles involved in the accident ended up crashing into a pole, according to the incident report by the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

Card skimmer device found at Gridley ATM

GRIDLEY, Calif. - Officers found a card skimmer device at an ATM in Gridley Tuesday morning, according to the Gridley Police Department. At about 9:30 a.m., police responded to the Bank of America ATM at 1516 Highway 99 for a report that card skimmers were found. The ATM was alerted...

Paragon holds ribbon cutting ceremony for new classrooms

Marysville city officials joined Paragon Collegiate Academy board members on Monday morning to celebrate the recent addition of two new classrooms at the charter school that are meant to offer more science-related fields of study for its students. With members of the city council in attendance, Paragon Principal Javier Lopez...

Auburn woman celebrates 105th birthday

AUBURN, Calif. — A woman in Auburn celebrated a milestone birthday on Sunday. Florence Huebner just turned 105 years old. A party was held in her honor at Solstice Senior Living, where she lives. Florence’s family says she was born in Mexico before coming to the United States with...

People in Chico preparing as winter storm approaches

CHICO, Calif. - With a winter storm predicted this upcoming week some people had a couple of extra chores to add to their weekend to do list. Dozens of people were out Sunday morning and afternoon preparing their yards for the wet weather ahead. Some parts of Butte County are predicted to get about an inch of rainfall this week including Chico and Oroville, while Paradise may get upward of two inches of rain.

Auburn incident report: Officer arrests felon with loaded weapon, drugs

A suspected DUI traffic stop resulted in the seizing of a loaded firearm, assault rifle and potential drugs and drug deal money last week in Auburn. Just before 10 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 25, Auburn Police Officer Bryce Bandilla initiated a traffic enforcement stop on a suspected DUI driver. Upon contacting the driver, Officer Bandilla observed objective indicators of alcohol intoxication. Additionally, a records check revealed the 50-year-old driver, Bobbie Jermain Green, was the recipient of several prior felony convictions, prohibiting him from legally possessing firearms.

Giving Tuesday: How your donation helps keep these NorCal nonprofits afloat

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is the largest global day of philanthropy. Giving Tuesday is an opportunity for local communities to come together to support meaningful causes. More than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations are registered in the U.S., according to data from the National Center for Charitable Statistics.

Nevada City Victorian Christmas illuminates the holiday season

NEVADA CITY, Calif. (KTXL) — As the iconic fall colors disappear from the trees across Nevada City, the white lights of the historic mining town offer a warm welcome to the holiday season. Nevada City’s Victorian Christmas fills the historic streets with the scent of roasted chestnuts, hot chocolate and the sound of roaming carolers. […]

Rocklin's Santa Tour | Need to know

ROCKLIN, Calif. — Rocklin's Santa Tour is back again this year, keeping up the holiday spirit that's been a tradition since the 70s. Santa will embark on his journey around 5:30 p.m. each night, according to the Rocklin Fire Department. The tour kicked off Monday and is scheduled to be seven more days including Nov. 29, 30, Dec. 1, 2, 5, 6, 7.

Round-up: Sacramento-area venues are stoking hot sounds against cold winds

The winter chill is here, but there are plenty of warm, sonically sensational spaces to head into as the Capital Region’s music scene heats up: Illuminated marquees from Downtown Sacramento to the hills of Grass Valley are previewing how the frigid nights will be countered by the fire of live performance. That includes dates showcasing rock, roots-Americana, country, folk and high-energy cover music. Below are a few upcoming highlights for December.

Week 14 Football Recap: Lincoln Wins Turkey Day, St. Ignatius Falls in Title Game

While San Francisco had a pair of state football champions last year, the city has just one representative this season. Lincoln is gunning for a third state championship after a Turkey Day Game win over Balboa, while St. Ignatius’ bid for its first Central Coast Section (CCS) title since 2012 fell just short as the Wildcats lost to Bellarmine. The Standard has thorough coverage of both games, as well as other important local sports action.

Man killed in Oroville hit-and-run

OROVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) — A hit-and-run left one man dead in Oroville on Friday, according to the Oroville Police Department. Officers were dispatched to the area of Oro Dam Boulevard and East Lincoln Street at around 5:30 p.m. they found an unknown man laying in the ground. The man was determined to be suffering from […]