Local News

Vehicle Crashes Into Grass Valley Business

A startling moment for a Grass Valley business. Police Sergeant Jason Perry says officers responded to a report of a crash into Sergio’s Cafe, on Mill Street, Friday afternoon… Perry says it was a case of someone hitting the accelerator … Read more >

Nevada County OES Announces New Hires

Nevada County’s Office of Emergency Services is expanding, with new hires and management realignments. Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Andrew Trygg says Lieutenant Bob Jakobs is taking over for Captain Jeff Pettit, as the Operations Coordinator, with an emphasis on … Read more >

Nevada Co Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested For DUI

Two misdemeanor charges have now been filed against a Nevada County Sheriff’s deputy arrested for suspected drunk driving, in Grass Valley, about two weeks ago. In the complaint he’s filed, District Attorney Cliff Newell has charged Deputy Anne Dunne with … Read more >

28th Nevada County Food and Toy Run Saturday

An estimated two thousand bikers from all over northern California and beyond are expected for tomorrow’s annual Nevada County Food and Toy Run. Each of the motorcyclists will be riding in with toys and/or food for children and families who … Read more >

Holiday Light Stringing Needs To Be Done Right

Thousands are hurt every season while hanging holiday lights. If you haven’t put yours up on your Christmas tree yet, PG and E’s Brandi Merlo says each year home fires are started by faulty wiring… Also, make sure you use … Read more >

Nurses Picket Canceled Due to Improving Conditions

Today was supposed to be the day that nurses at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital were to hold their informational picket. That picket has been called off, due to what the nurses are calling improving conditions. According to a news release … Read more >

Free Holiday Show Now In Its Tenth Year Locally

It’s a milestone holiday event in Nevada County, and it’s also free. The First Baptist Church in Grass Valley is putting on it’s Very Merry Christmas holiday show for the tenth year here. Pastor Mark Dunn and his family host … Read more >

Nevada City Saving Money On Public Works Trucks

Nevada City is trying to save money while upgrading trucks in the water and sewer departments. Public Works Superintendent, Bubba Highsmith, says he has located two trucks he can purchase from a private contractor. Council member Duane Strawser double-checked that … Read more >

Homeless Helper Victimized By Homeless Man

A transient from Grass Valley has been arrested once again for allegedly harassing a woman who’s been helping the local homeless, including the suspect. Police Sergeant Clint Bates says officers responded to another complaint from the victim regarding 51-year-old Paul … Read more >

Alta Sierra Reservoir To Be Replaced

It’s supplied drinking water to Alta Sierra and Lake of the Pines residents since 1976. And now the Alta Sierra Reservoir is being replaced, with a six-point-seven million dollar pricetag. NID Engineering Manager, Doug Roderick, describes the existing three-million gallon … Read more >