Marysville & Yuba City

Appeal Democrat
Defendant describes sex acts as consensual

A man accused of rape told jurors he is a traditional man, he doesn't like promiscuity, and the alleged victim pulled him on top of her after she was "coming on to" him all afternoon.

Appeal Democrat
Court date Monday for accused teacher

Apr 24, 2015

A Lindhurst High School teacher accused of inappropriate relations with a student is scheduled to make his first court appearance on Monday.

Appeal Democrat
Bounce Back ‘road map’ is ready

It's been nearly two years since then-new Marysville City Manager Walter Munchheimer first unveiled his idea to create a Bounce Back plan for the city's economic recovery.

Appeal Democrat
Supervisors to consider pot laws again

Yuba County supervisors again next week will be acting on the county's new marijuana cultivation ordinance after an accusation their earlier approval violated the state's open meetings law.

Appeal Democrat
Wine Trail this weekend

A convicted felon who allegedly threatened to shoot loss prevention officers at the Linda Walmart pleaded not guilty earlier this week to two felony charges.

Appeal Democrat
Not-guilty plea in Walmart incident

A convicted felon who allegedly threatened to shoot loss prevention officers at the Linda Walmart pleaded not guilty earlier this week to two felony charges.

Appeal Democrat
Around Yuba-Sutter: Help spruce up April Lane

Apr 23, 2015

Volunteers from throughout the community are invited to help spruce up April Lane School this weekend.

Appeal Democrat
Charges filed in case of sex trafficking

A Marysville man accused of selling sex with a teenage girl in exchange for drugs and money was charged with human trafficking Thursday.

Appeal Democrat
Police: Homelessness a ‘humanitarian problem’

The arrest of two people charged with providing drugs to a teenager and then raping her in the Marysville river bottoms has sparked some community members to call for the area to be "cleaned out."

Appeal Democrat
D.A.’s office can prosecute McElfresh

A criminal sex case against a former Sutter County sheriff's commander can be prosecuted by the District Attorney's Office, a visiting judge ruled Wednesday.

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