Yuba-Sutter's economy is growing despite what a new report says is a poorly trained and under-educated workforce.
Identity theft, cyber crime and e-waste are serious issues part of modern life, but with some mindfulness people can minimize their exposure to the risks.
Thirty-four California community college districts applied but only 15 were chosen to participate in a bachelor's degree pilot program on Tuesday.
When you have been a member of the local Chamber of Commerce for more than 30 years and had four terms as president, how could they not give you a lifetime achievement award?
The Yuba-Sutter Winter Bridal Show was born 18 years ago as a way to help organizer Andrew Coolidge plan for his own wedding.
In 1938, Francis Silva was in high school and heard a request over the radio that people were needed to help fill sandbags and shore up the levee at Star Bend in Yuba City.
Suspected bank robber Christopher George Louk led deputies on a chase that reached speeds up to 115 mph, ran several stop signs, collided with another vehicle and forced a pedestrian to jump from his
Whether the pages of Marysville's Bounce Back plan become frayed from use or gather dust sitting on a shelf may depend on figuring out who will oversee its recommendations.
The executive director of the Regional Housing Authority of Sutter and Nevada Counties has been placed on paid administrative leave so the Board of Commissioners can investigative an undisclosed matte
Pedestrians at Highway 70 and 16th Street, south of Marysville High School can activate new flashing crosswalk beacons to alert motorists when they are ready to cross the street.