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    LINDA (CBS13) — A pregnant woman was injured and her unborn child was killed in a head-on crash in Yuba County early Tuesday morning, officials said. Just before 5 a.m. Tuesday, the California Highway Patrol Yuba-Sutter division says 44-year-old Anthony Smith crossed into oncoming traffic, hitting another vehicle head-on on Hammonton Smaftville Road near Happy Way. Both vehicles were seriously damaged in the crash. Officials say the other driver, 31-year-old Robbi Megazzi, was pregnant and her unborn child sustained fatal injuries in the crash. Megazzi remains in the hospital, CHP said. Smith was also transported to a hospital for a leg injury. More from CBS Sacramento: Doctors Call For Mask Wearing, Social Distancing Even After Second Vaccine Dose Sacramento Mom Says Catholic School Expelled Her 3 Kids Over Her Only Fans Account California’s Tax Agency Suspends Debt Collection Program Exposed In Call Kurtis Investigation ...
    Hollywood star Mila Kunis can’t stop gushing about actress Allison Janney. Kunis says she loved working with Oscar-winner Janney in their new film because they share a yin-yang energy. Kunis and Janney star in Tate Taylor’s upcoming Breaking News In Yuba County. Oscars 2018 Winner For Best Supporting Actress: Allison Janney Gets the Trophy for ‘I, Tonya’. The crime comedy follows a fictional small town and its residents as they try to uncover what really happened to a missing man. The film is at the same time a satirical allegory on news media and the hunger for fame, and Kunis plays an aggressive journalist named Nancy.  Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis Deal With A Tabloid Rumour Stating That They Are Parting Ways In A Very Comical Manner! Watch Video. Breaking News In Yuba County Trailer:  “Nancy is a character I never really had the opportunity...
    Breaking news about “Breaking News in Yuba County.” Allison Janney plays a neglected suburban wife whose husband goes mysteriously missing whereupon she turns into a big-shot, big-time big news story. The curdled milquetoast lady next turns creamy. Frothy. Hot. Think from coffee black to a latte. Co-stars Awkwafina, Wanda Sykes, Regina Hall, Juliette Lewis, Mila Kunis. No premiere. Zoom. On demand. Like she gets in the movie. In some not-so-breaking news, Ryan Reynolds — who seems to be selling his Aviation gin and now owns a soccer team in Wales’ small town Wrexham — is supposedly thinking of sticking a W onto his first name. On social media, he’d be Wryan. Maybe it’s a joke. Lap up enough gin, and everything’s wreally a wriot. Gin may be the perfect tonic to watch the Oscars — about whom who cares? — which will broadcast from “multiple locations.” Means whoever...
    (CBS13) — A disappearance turns a town upsidedown in the new movie “Breaking News in Yuba County.”  A woman takes advantage of her growing celebrity status when the police think her husband is just missing. The movie stars Allison Janney, Mila Kunis and Juliette Lewis. “It’s a crazy good, exciting cast, and it’s just a great whodunnit. It’s just a perfect escape for right now,” Lewis said. Janney stars a suburban housewife Sue Bottoms, who gets a taste of local celebrity following the disappearance of her husband. After being overlooked for many years, Sue works to drag out her “15 minutes of fame” and stop the truth from coming out. Although it’s set in Yuba County, the movie was actually filmed in Mississippi. It will be released online and in select theaters on Friday.
    YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) — Hollywood is coming to Yuba County. The crime comedy “Breaking News In Yuba County” is set to premiere next month. The all-star cast includes Mila Kunis, Allison Janney, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall. Janney stars a suburban housewife Sue Bottoms, who gets a taste of local celebrity following the disappearance of her husband. After being overlooked for many years, Sue works to drag out her “15 minutes of fame” and stop the truth from coming out. Although it’s set in Yuba County, the movie was actually filmed in Mississippi. It will be released online and in select theaters on Feb. 12. More from CBS Sacramento: In Aftermath Of US Capitol Attack, New Scrutiny For Police Officers’ Social Media Posts Restaurants Cautiously Optimistic As Greater Sacramento Region Stay-At-Home Orders Lifted Deputy Shoots, Kills Mountain Lion That Kept Following Family On Trail Near Placerville...
    YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) — Investigators have found that the Willow Fire, which destroyed several homes near Dobbins earlier in September, was caused by arson. Cal Fire says 1,311 acres were burned and 41 structures were destroyed in the wildfire. Thousands of residents were under evacuations orders at the height of the incident. The fire was fully contained by Sept. 14. On Friday, Cal Fire investigators announced that the wildfire was caused by arson. Exactly how the fire was started was not detailed. Investigators are now seeking information about who may have started the Willow Fire. Anyone with information relevant to the case is urged to call Cal Fire’s arson hotline at 1 (800) 468-4408.
    YUBA CITY (CBS13) — Two teens l have been arrested in connection with the dragging death of a Yuba City teenager last week who was trying to stop the two from allegedly stealing his father’s car. The Sutter County Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested 18-year old Edgar James McKnight and 19-year old Danny Floyd Ray McKnight. They were booked into the Sutter County Jail on suspicion of murder. Bail for each has been set at $1 million. Danny and Edgar McKnight (l-r) (credit: Sutter County Sheriff’s Office) On the morning of September 10, deputies received a 911 call about a fight along the 2700 block of Howlett Avenue, according to the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office. Responding deputies were soon told by the resident that his son, 19-year-old Victor Camacho Arellano, tried to stop a pair of attempted car thieves by reaching into the vehicle but was instead dragged away. RELATED: ‘They...
    YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Willow Fire burning in Yuba County: 7:46 p.m. At least 30 structures have been destroyed in the Willow Fire, Cal Fire said. The fire is still 0% contained after burning 1,311 acres Wednesday. Crews say approximately 700 structures are still threatened as they work to battle the flames. According to the Yuba County Sheriff, evacuations in Loma Rica south of Marysville Road were lifted Wednesday evening. Voluntary evacuations for Oregon House Dobbins, north of MSVL Road area, are still active, the sheriff said. Loma Rica area evacuation for #willowfire lifted south of Marysville Rd. All other orders remain in effect for #bearfire and voluntary order for Oregon House Dobbins north of MSVL Rd area still active for #willowfire https://t.co/ejAcox5stE — Yuba County Sheriff (@YubaSheriff) September 10, 2020 4:28 p.m.  The Willow Fire has burned more than 1,300 acres and destroyed at...
    YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) – Thousands of Yuba County evacuees are waiting to find out if their homes are still standing. Many of them came to the area around the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds, many having to leave in the middle of the night with only the clothes on their back. They’re worried about loved ones left behind and livestock. “We were able to grab what we could and as we were coming down the ridge…we saw a glow…in minutes…we were in danger!” said Cassandra MIntzas. Mintzas clutched her dog Brewster as she talked about escaping the Willow Fire. She said they left their property and their livestock behind. “It was a little traumatic,” she said. Carla Jara with Yuba Health/Human Services is the on-site manager at the fairgrounds. “They’re frantic. They don’t have anywhere to go-even somewhere safe,” said Jara. “They just want to park their car rest their eyes,” As fire...
    YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Willow Fire burning in Yuba County: 4:28 p.m.  The Willow Fire has burned more than 1,300 acres and destroyed at least 14 homes and 16 outbuildings, Cal Fire said. Firefighters are still up against some active flames up Willow Glen Road as strike teams work on containment. Crews say they are focusing on hotspots. Some are working to get into the roots of burning trees in order to completely extinguish the flames. Cal Fire said in addition to cutting through smoldering trees, firefighters are focusing on structure defense to make sure homes still standing near hotspots are protected. Officials say this firefight has been difficult because of the steep slopes and canyons that allow flames to spread rapidly. They say the previous drought and the Red Flag Warning were big factors in the way the fire spread. People who live in this...
    PLUMAS COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the wildfire burning in the Plumas National Forest that has prompted evacuations: 11 p.m. Evacuation orders have been expanded to the Kelly Ridge and Copley Acres communities, the Butte County Sheriff said. In a tweet, the sheriff’s office said all previous evacuation warnings have become orders. Additionally, Highway 162 is closed from Canyon Drive to Foreman Creek in Butte County due to the fire. Video loop of the #Northcomplex #Bearcontingency wildfire. Leading edge indicates extreme fire weather conditions with multiple vortices along the leading edge of the wildfire aka fire whirls. #CAwx pic.twitter.com/sUBlxkfOep — NWS Sacramento (@NWSSacramento) September 9, 2020 10:55 p.m.  Immediate evacuations ordered for Butte County residents east of Miners Ranch Road at Highway 162 and Oro-Bangor Highway, including Bangor and part of the Mt. Ida area, the Butte County Sheriff said. According to Cal Fire, crews are headed up...
    YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Willow Fire burning in Yuba County: 6:15 a.m. Evacuations have been ordered after a fast-moving vegetation fire off Marysville and Willow Glen roads near Dobbins. Cal Fire says, as of early Wednesday morning, about 300 acres have burned so far. The Yuba County Sheriff’s Office reports that some 3,000 residents in Loma Rica are under evacuation orders. Several roads are closed in the area, including: Oregon Hill Rd @ Indiana Ranch Rd Indiana Ranch Rd @ Eagle Trl Forbestown Rd @ New York House Rd Frenchtown Rd @ New York House Rd La Porte Rd @ Honcut Ridge Frenchtown Rd @ Marysville Rd Forbestown Rd @ New York Flat Rd Fruitland Rd @ Honcut Rd Fruitland Rd @ Loma Rica Rd Peoria Rd @ Dolan Harding Rd Township Rd @ Peoria Rd Willow Glen Rd @ Marysville Rd An evacuation staging...
    CHICO (CBS SF) — A quickly advancing wall of flames from the Bear Fire roared along Highway 162 early Wednesday, setting homes ablaze in Bear Creek and other nearby communities, forcing residents to frantically escape with only the clothes on their backs and a few cherished belongings in the predawn darkness. The wildfire burning in the Plumas National Forest has led to mandatory evacuation orders in parts of Plumas, Butte and Yuba counties, according to authorities. The orders were associated with the North Complex Fire, which includes the Bear Fire and the Claremont Fire that apparently have merged. By early Wednesday, the landscape near Oroville and Chico had been turned into a frightening inferno like the view from the Bidwell Bar Bridge. There were many narrow escapes and unconfirmed social media reports of injuries. Among those who had a close call with the flames was a man named Dennis,...
    YUBA CITY (CBS13) — Law enforcement officers are cleaning up blight around Yuba and Sutter counties. California Highway Patrol’s Yuba-Sutter division says, over the past two weeks, they’ve been targeting junk vehicles and hauling them out. With the help of 530 Towing and Recovery and Yuba County Code Enforcement, authorities say a total of 145 vehicles have been removed. Of those vehicles trucked out, 126 have resulted in junk slips. The 19 other vehicles were identified as having been reported stolen. In Photos: The Resulting Junk Pile Of Vehicles Credit: CHP Yuba-Sutter Credit: CHP Yuba-Sutter Credit: CHP Yuba-Sutter Credit: CHP Yuba-Sutter  
    WHEATLAND (CBS13) – Over 800 marijuana plants and 50 pounds of processed cannabis were eradicated after two search warrants were served at illegal operations on Monday, the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department said. Authorities said the first search warrant was served at an outdoor grow in 7000 block of Camp Far West Road in unincorporated Wheatland. Hung Tran, 50, was found living at the property and cited. Authorities said 365 plants and 50 pounds of processed cannabis were located as well as $5,600 in cash. Investigators said the marijuana was eradicated due to the grow being out of compliance with state and local regulations. The second warrant was served at a home converted into an illegal indoor grow in the 5700 block of Lochcarron Drive in East Linda. Swipe left to see more photos of the sites. illegal grow(credit: Yuba County Sheriff's Department) illegal grow 2(credit: Yuba County...
    SUTTER COUNTY (CBS13) – There is now an elevated risk of West Nile Virus in Sutter County after a second sample of mosquitoes has tested positive, the Sutter-Yuba Mosquito and Vector Control District announced on Friday. “If you’re going to be outside anywhere in Yuba and Sutter Counties when mosquitoes are active, please don’t take any chances and protect yourself by applying a good mosquito repellent and by wearing long sleeves and pants at dawn and dusk when mosquito activity is high,” said Stephen Abshier, District Manager. The organization said, “staff will continue to aggressively target adult and larval stages of mosquitoes.” Truck-mounted foggers designed to reduce adult mosquito populations will be used in areas experiencing high virus activity, the district said. Spraying will be done twice a week in Live Oak and the Shanghai Bend area in Yuba City and additional treatments are planned for Monday evenings. The district...
    YUBA CITY (CBS / AP) — At a bus stop in Yuba City, Ron Starkey sat on a concrete wall watching videos on his phone, a white face mask tightly folded in his right hand. He wears the mask at work because his employers make him, and he wears it on the bus because his girlfriend asks him to. But he’s not happy about it. “I think this is all a hoax,” Starkey, 57, said Thursday. “They are trying to distract everybody. They are trying to panic everybody. They are trying to control everybody. That’s how I feel.” Sutter County, where Starkey lives, was one of the first places in California to more broadly reopen its economy. It and neighboring Yuba County defied Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order to let restaurants, hair salons, gyms and a shopping mall reopen in early May. County leaders had passionately argued the two mostly...
    SMARTSVILLE (CBS13) — Firefighters are battling a vegetation fire in Yuba County that is threatening a structure. The incident is happening along Smartsville Road. CAL FIRE firefighters are responding to a vegetation fire with immediate structure threat on Smartsville Road in Smaetsville. Air resources on order. pic.twitter.com/366X7QiYfb — CAL FIRE Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit (@CALFIRENEU) July 9, 2020 It’s unclear how much vegetation has burned so far, but Cal Fire says air resources are responding. No other information was available.
    LINDA (CBS13) — Detectives are investigating if a hit-and-run crash that left a motorcyclist dead is related to a shooting at a Yuba County motel parking lot. The crash happened just minutes after the shooting, which took place Tuesday night at the motel along the 800 block of N. Beale Road in the East Linda area. According to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Office, a woman was hurt after a bullet struck her car while she was pulling out of the parking lot. Witnesses told investigators that there had been an argument earlier in the evening between people in the parking lot and an unidentified man in a car. Eventually, the man came back and opened fire from the car he was driving. The suspect drove off. Minutes later, a crash involving a car and a motorcyclist happened just down the road. Whoever hit the motorcyclist ditched their car, as it...
    NEVADA COUNTY (CBS13) – A man trapped underwater for several minutes in Nevada County was saved from drowning, the California Highway Patrol announced on Saturday. The CHP Valley Division Air Operations said Nevada County Consolidated Fire responded on June 18 to the Yuba River near the Old Yuba River Bridge to reports of the trapped swimmer. CPR was administered by bystanders as a CHP chopper landed on the bridge numerous times to transfer personnel and equipment to the scene. Following further lifesaving measures by medical personnel, the swimmer was airlifted to Sutter Roseville Medical Center for treatment.
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