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7/18/2019Your Miss Lassen County: Miss Hailey Gregor
The Miss Lassen County Pageant was held Wednesday night at the Lassen County Fair with a handful of bright, young women vying for... more >>
7/18/2019Cal Fire Butte County recover body from Rock Creek in Plumas County
Cal Fire recovered a body from Rock Creek in Plumas County on Wednesday evening. Cal Fire Butte County say they were called to... more >>
7/18/2019Goose 2 Fire burns 100 acres and growing in Modoc County
Forest, state and local fire crews and 13 aircraft are on scene at the Goose 2 Fire that can be seen from Highway 395 north of Sugar... more >>
7/18/2019PG&E Urges Safety During Whitewater Flows on Portion of North Fork Feather River
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) urges the public to take extra safety precautions as water flows will be higher through the... more >>
7/18/2019Sticker shock for California wildfire areas: Insurance rates doubled, policies dropped
Two consecutive disastrous wildfire seasons have created a budding insurance crisis for thousands of Californians who live in and... more >>
7/18/2019U.S. Forest Service relents in California firefighting dispute, state to recoup millions
The state of California and the U.S. Forest Service reached an agreement late Tuesday on federal reimbursement rates for local firefighters,... more >>
7/18/2019California Gov. Newsom to keynote Lake Tahoe summit Aug. 20
California Gov. Gavin Newsom will give the keynote address at the annual environmental summit at Lake Tahoe being hosted this year... more >>
7/18/2019BLM finalizes Burning Man environmental review
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has issued a final environmental impact statement for the Burning Man counter-culture festival... more >>
7/17/2019Miss Lassen County Pageant TONIGHT
Lassen County Fair kicks off it's 2019 run today and will crown a new Miss Lassen County and Court this evening. Tickets are still... more >>
7/17/2019PG&E using satellite technology in time for 2019 fire season
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is using first of its kind satellite technology with the goal of being the first to know... more >>
7/17/2019U.S. Air Force Says Ready to Defend Area 51
The U.S. Air Force is warning more than one million people not to try and raid Area 51. More than one million Facebook users say... more >>
7/17/2019$1 Billion Redevelopment Project Planned For Reno
Jacobs Entertainment, Inc. is planning a mixed-use development in Downtown Reno. The $1 billion project takes up 20 city blocks.... more >>
7/17/2019Eastern Sierras Mammoth ski season wont make it to August
The Mammoth Mountain resort in the Eastern Sierra had hoped a winter of epic snowfall would allow skiing into August, but instead... more >>
7/17/2019California readies $1.6 billion rail design contract
California is moving toward awarding a $1.65 billion contract to design and construct the tracks and system for the first segment... more >>
7/17/2019Report finds California government IT security flaws
Californias auditor says parts of state government need to do more to safeguard the information they collect, maintain, and store. A... more >>
7/17/2019Californias 12 oldest prisons need major fixes
A new state-commissioned study says Californias 12 oldest prisons, some dating to the mid-1800s, need major repairs or replacements... more >>
7/16/2019Pipe Bomb
RED BLUFF, Calif. California Highway Patrol officers have closed the southbound Jelly's Ferry Road off-ramp near Red Bluff while... more >>
7/16/2019Jasper Fire
Jasper Fire 9 a.m. UpdateFor Tuesday July 16, 2019 For Immediate Release: Firefighters continue to mop-up the Jasper Fire. Spanish... more >>
7/15/2019Doyle Fire
UPDATE 7: 9:32a.m. July 15, 2019 DoyleFire The fire is at 193 acres in Lassen County. Hwy 395 is open to one-lane escorted traffic.... more >>
7/15/2019Lassen Volcanic Partners with Sierra Institute for Forest Restoration Project
Lassen Volcanic Partners with Sierra Institute for Forest Restoration Project on Flatiron Ridge MINERAL, CA A wilderness crew... more >>
7/15/2019Jasper Fire
News Release Jasper Fire update Fire Information Officer: John Schuler Total Personnel: 214 Injuries to Date: 0 Structures... more >>
7/14/2019Doyle Fire
At about 12:30 pm on Sunday, a wildfire was detected near junction of Cowboy Road and Highway 395 just north of Doyle.. Fire personnel... more >>
7/14/2019Scott Fire - off Red Rock.
The Scott Fire south of Doyle and about 10 miles north of Hallelujah Junction. Started Saturday afternoon, the cause is not immediately... more >>
7/14/2019Butte Creek Fire
Adin Fire on Butte Creek due to down power line. The fire was slow moving and low intensity and was quickly contained thanks to the... more >>
7/14/2019Jasper Fire
Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District reports that the Jasper fire is 10% contained as of Sunday morning. Evacuees returned to... more >>
7/12/2019Ashurst Fire
The Ashurst Fire was reported by Pegleg and Harvey lookouts around 1245 today on the LassenNF, northeast of Eagle Lake. The Susanville... more >>
7/12/2019Cal Fire Lassen-Modoc suspend burning
The CALFIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit will suspend dooryard debris burning on Monday, July 15th. This year we received positive feedback... more >>
7/12/2019Susanville Police Explore off to new job
The Susanville Police Explorer Program is proud of Explorer Dante Valerga for starting his new employment as a Lassen County Sheriff... more >>
7/11/2019BLM announces fire restrictions
Fire restrictions in Western Nevada to begin July 13 Due to drying vegetation, increasing daytime temperatures and several... more >>
7/10/2019BLM Campfire Permit
BLM Campfire Permit Campfire permits are required for open fires, such as campfire, barbecues and portable stoves on federally managed... more >>
7/10/2019Deadly Crash on US 395
On 7/9/19 at 1230 hours, Deveir was driving Nissan on north bound US 395 south of SR 36 at an undetermined speed. Keen was driving... more >>
7/10/2019Flagger Hit
On 07/08/2019, at approximately 7:50 p.m, Eugene Hill was driving his white 2001 Toyota Tundra westbound SR-70 east of SR-284 and... more >>
7/10/2019Parking Ordinances
Susanville Police Department PARKING ORDINANCES PRESS RELEASE: As the weather improves, people are pulling their R.V.s and boats... more >>
7/9/2019Missing Camper Found
7/9/2019, Search and Rescue Operation was conducted to locate a missing camper in the area of Rainbow Pond, in the Cal Pine's Hill... more >>
7/9/2019Hwy 44 Bridge Work Continues
Crews continue to work on the Hat Creek Bridge Replacement on SR 44 near Old Station. Motorists can expect one-way traffic control... more >>
7/9/2019Hwy 70 Accident Closes Roadway for Hours Monday Night
A major accident Monday night on highway 70 just east of Chilcoot shut that roadway down for a few hours. Unconfirmed reports... more >>
7/9/2019Wildland Fire South of Ravendale 100% Contained
Firefighters are working to extinguish a 263-acre fire in Lassen County that officials said was sparked by lightning. The fire... more >>
7/9/2019CHP Maximum Enforcement Period Nets Hundreds of DUI's, 12 deaths Reported So Far
The California Highway Patrol says the Fourth of July holiday weekend was busy with officers making nearly 600 DUI arrests around... more >>
7/9/2019After Ridgecrest Earthquakes, Experts Encourage Preparedness in Nevada
The Southern California town or Ridgecrest is recovering after a magnitude 6.9 and 6.4 earthquake shook the area last week. The quakes... more >>
7/9/2019California diversion program lets victims confront offenders
California officials are experimenting with a new diversion program for criminals that includes having victims directly confront... more >>
7/9/2019California Senate approves key wildfire proposal
The California Senate has approved a proposal to stabilize the states electric utilities amid increasing wildfire risks. The bipartisan... more >>
7/9/2019California lawmakers approve police shootings restrictions
California lawmakers have sent Gov. Gavin Newsom a measure setting new standards for when police can open fire. It would allow... more >>
7/9/2019Chilcoot Road Repair Getting Underway TODAY
The Chilcoot Pavement Project is expected to begin today and run through the end of August. Travelers and commuters alike can... more >>
7/8/2019Deadly Bat Fungus Detected in Plumas County
The fungus that causes White-nose Syndrome (WNS), a deadly disease of bats, has been detected in low levels in California for the... more >>
7/8/2019Gun advocates take aim at new law restricting ammo sales
A new California law restricting the sale of ammunition took effect last week and local gun advocates are firing back at what they... more >>
7/8/2019California to wipe out $58.6M in student debt for doctors
The state of California will pay off $58.6 million in student loans this year for 247 physicians who, in exchange, committed to serve... more >>
7/8/2019California Assembly OKs clean drinking water fund
The California state Assembly has approved a bill that would spend up to $130 million a year to improve drinking water. About... more >>
7/8/2019Magical views on new 3-mile bike trail hugging Tahoe shore
(AP) A new 3-mile (5-kilometer) long bicycle and pedestrian trail hugging the northeast shore of Lake Tahoe is providing new access... more >>
7/5/2019Brush Fire in Litchfield Burns 9 acres
Multiple agencies responding to a brush fire in Litchfield on Wednesday afternoon. The fire broke out around 1pm as multiple crews... more >>
7/5/2019Eagle Lake Ranger District opens woodcutting
The Lassen National Forest has opened Zone V on the Eagle Lake Ranger District for public woodcutting. The price of personal wood... more >>
7/5/2019California becomes 1st state to ban hairstyle discrimination
California has become the first state to ban workplace and school discrimination against black people for wearing hairstyles such... more >>
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