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Yesterday | Knco radio
More suspects wanted for various warrants were re-arrested in Grass Valley over the weekend.
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Monday | Knco radio
Sunday afternoon a Grass Valley Police Officer made a routine traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of Tinloy and Bank Streets in Grass Valley.
Monday | The Union
Monday | The Union
A fire on Saturday afternoon involved a large storage building off Comet Lane, off Osborne Hill Road, about two miles from Highway 174.
Saturday was St Piran's Day in Grass Valley it began with a festive flair.* Click here to listen to Event Start The St. Piran celebration included speeches, initiations, singing, pastie making contests, the Pastie Olympics and the highlight of course, the Pastie Toss Off between the Grass Valley and Nevada City mayors.
Grass Valley Police and Nevada County Probation were conducting a probation check on a Primose Lane address to check on Laura Matthews.
Grass Valley will be hosting the ninth annual St. Piran's Day Celebration this weekend.
The lone adult defendant in a home invasion robbery in Grass Valley that seriously injured the elderly resident was handcuffed and taken to jail after his bail was raised to $200,000.
A couple reportedly attempting to follow a detour using GPS ended up getting stranded for hours after their Jaguar became stuck in a deep puddle of water.
Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey chalked up recent controversy within the Butte County Clerk-Recorder's Office to a personality conflict "between two strong ladies."
Scooter's Place Quality Secondhand Store is looking for a new home - the little thrift store boutique that Scooter's Pals opened last December has already outgrown its space.
When Mayor Sally Harris, who has announced that she will not seek re-election after 10 years on the Nevada City Council, offers to take a new reporter on a tour of her city - you say yes.
Jon Gregory, left, executive director of the Economic Resource Council, stands with Lisa Swarthout, ERC chair and Grass Valley City Council member, in downtown Grass Valley.
Plastic bags and banning single use bags are a hot topic all around Nevada County.