Illegal COVID-19 Testing Site Shutdown In Grass ValleyAn illegal COVID-19 testing site was shut down in Grass Valley. The site was just steps away from a legitimate Nevada County site, confusing residents who made appointments to be tested.
Grass Valley Veteran Gets Hero's Welcome To A New, Custom HomeA Grass Valley Navy veteran wounded in Afghanistan received a custom-built home Saturday, thanks to a veteran's charity called Homes for Our Troops.
Grass Valley Animal Shelter Cares For Pets During Power CrisisThere is light at the end of the tunnel for folks still in the dark in Nevada County, but for those charged with caring for animals, it can’t come soon enough. One animal shelter in Grass Valley is now at capacity during the power crisis.
PG&E Customer With Stage 4 Cancer Gets Power Back In Foothills After 10 DaysA PG&E customer in Grass Valley with Stage 4 melanoma got his power back Tuesday afternoon after CBS13 visited his home to hear his story.
Grass Valley Kmart Closes; Last One On West CoastA once-mighty retailer that boasted nearly 2,500 stores in its heyday ends its West Coast presence this weekend by liquidating virtually everything in its Grass Valley location.
Nevada County High School Brings In Porta Potties After TikTok Challenge DamageFour porta potties sit near the center of campus, bolted to the ground, after two restrooms were closed through January for construction. 
3 Arrested On Drug Charges In Grass ValleyThree were arrested in Grass Valley on Thursday for Fentanyl, methamphetamine, and drug paraphernalia said the Grass Valley Police Department.
28-Year-Old Arrested For Graffiti In Grass ValleyA 28-year-old, Nicholas Reyes of Grass Valley, was arrested Friday for graffiti vandalism in and around the downtown area, said the Grass Valley Police Department.
Woman Arrested In Grass Valley Hit-And-Run Crash Involving SkateboarderAn 18-year-old Grass Valley woman has been arrested for a fatal hit-and-run crash in Grass Valley.
'Never Been So Excited': Nonprofit Gets Unexpected Help As Storm Threatens ShelterAn organization that helps victims is finally getting some much-needed help of its own.  Many victims of this summer's wildfires turned to H.O.P.E Outreach in Grass Valley.  The group is always quick to open its doors to give people a roof over their heads, but now that roof could cave in after severe weather damage.
'It's Hard To See': Non-Profit Helping Fire Victims Needs Help Of Its OwnMany in the area lost everything in the River Fire this summer. Some of them turned to Hope Outreach for a roof over their head. But part of that roof just gave way to weather damage, and with more severe weather headed this way, they're not sure how much longer they'll have a home.