CROTHERSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Three people have died after a motorist driving in the wrong direction on a southern Indiana highway struck another vehicle head-on.
Kaitlyn Schindler, 25, was southbound in the northbound lanes of Interstate 65 about 12:30 a.m.
JACKSBORO, Tenn. (AP) — Two Ohio residents were injured when they were run over by a boat in an east Tennessee lake, authorities said Monday.
The accident occurred Saturday night on Norris Lake in Campbell County, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said in a news release.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Utility crews Friday were facing a tough task after storms packing powerful winds knocked out electricity to thousands across Ohio...
MARYSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — When the coronavirus pandemic began, Miriam Looker sprang into action at the behest of her stepson, a central Ohio doctor...
First, it was the legalization of medical marijuana; then it was California voters legalizing recreational use. You had to figure there would be some cultural shift.
It hasn’t reached official “holiday” status, as of yet, but now that recreational cannabis is legal, 4/20 offers an opportunity for novices to give it a try, experts say.
A 70-year-old Linda man who went missing on Monday after he left his house for a nearby bus stop was found by law enforcement on Wednesday and taken to Rideout Regional Medical Center for treatment.
Carla Olivares Cortes can’t get enough education, no matter how hard she tries.
The 15-year-old graduated from Marysville High School in December 2017 and is on track to earn her associate’s degree from Yuba College in a few months.
A group of District 10 residents are planning on going in front of the Yuba County Board of Supervisors at its upcoming meeting to explain why the proposed Highway 70 widening project might not solve a problem but exacerbate the issue.
Hundreds of eighth-grade girls got a taste of higher education during a conference aimed at inspiring them to pursue their career dreams.
About 740 area girls attended the annual STEM Conference at Yuba College.
Yuba County sheriff’s deputies seized about 2,300 marijuana plants and cited a man from New York after searching an illegal cannabis grow in the District 10 area Tuesday.
Xiao Wang, 33, was cited on suspicion of illegally cultivating cannabis and possessing cannabis for sale.
Marysville City Council members Tuesday approved an agreement for an environmental engineering services company to study ways of improving the water quality in Ellis Lake.
The issue with the lake is that it has a surplus of algae blooms that are contributing to its poor water quality, said Jim Bermudez, director of the Community Development and Services Department for Marysville, in a staff report.
Rain may be in the forecast late today, but meteorologists believe the drizzle won’t start until after the annual Marysville Christmas Parade has ended.
The National Weather Service predicts a weak mountain storm for this weekend, with 0.25 to 0.5 inches of rain in the northern Sierra Nevada mountains.
At least two vehicles, a backhoe, an all-terrain vehicle and a cache of stolen tools were found Wednesday afternoon scattered around a property in Olivehurst. Some of the loot was even hidden in a secret compartment behind a bookshelf discovered by the Marysville Police Department.