For many high school students, Sober Grad Night is the last chance they have to say goodbye to the people with whom they spent the majority of the first 18 years of their lives.
Mosquito spraying starts
Embers from more than 300 retired U.S. flags floated into the ether Sunday during a flag retirement ceremony in Olivehurst.
WASHINGTON — No one wants to make a repeat visit to the emergency room for the same complaint, but new research suggests it's more common than previously thought and surprisingly, people frequently wi
Earlier this year, as the furor over the amount of water used by agriculture reached a crescendo, one number continued to find its way into reports: 2 percent.
Area Congressman John Garamendi joined a Democratic majority in opposing legislation that left President Obama's Trans-Pacific trade agreement in jeopardy.
A woman wanted in Yuba County allegedly attacked at least four people in a grocery store parking lot Thursday afternoon.
The most infamous Nazi death camp, Auschwitz, officially opened this week (June 14) in 1940, but it wasn't until the summer of 1943 that Auschwitz (and its sister camp, Birkenau/Auschwitz II), became
Gordon Tom gazed up at the colorful mural covering the wall of his boyhood home on First Street in downtown Marysville.