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10/18/20183 juveniles reported missing in Plumas county
On October 16, 2018, just prior to midnight, the Plumas County Sheriffs Office received a report of three juveniles from Plumas County... more >>
10/18/2018Prison doctor settles with state over LGBTQ discrimination
A psychologist at a California prison is receiving $275,000 to settle her lawsuit alleging that she was twice locked in a room with... more >>
10/18/2018After Canada legalizes, pot industry eyes rest of the world
Canada's decision to legalize marijuana could influence other countries as they mull whether to end their own bans on the drug. Drug... more >>
10/18/201890,000 People Removed From Voter Rolls, Registration Deadline is Thursday
The federal government requires each county to remove people from their voter rolls who have either passed away or moved to another... more >>
10/18/2018PDH Announces New CEO
Plumas District Hospital has a new CEO that will be replacing Dr. Jeff Kepple who is retiring later this month. JoDee Tittle will... more >>
10/18/2018Denney campaign approaching $1 million in donations, unheard of for LaMalfa Opponent
The campaign manager for Audrey Denney's California District 1 race against Republican incumbent Doug LaMalfa estimates that it has... more >>
10/17/2018Is Reno Housing Shortage an Opportunity for Local Counties?
The job market is doing so well, and the housing market is growing so slowly, that experts say the housing shortage in the Reno area... more >>
10/17/2018Brothel Owner Dennis Hof Dies at 72 at Love Ranch
The Nye County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that brothel owner Dennis Hof died at the Love Ranch in Crystal on Tuesday morning.... more >>
10/17/2018Mega Millions jackpot grows to $868 million
No winning lottery ticket was sold for the latest Mega Millions drawing, meaning the jackpot climbs to $868 million. Although... more >>
10/17/2018Court: California judges shielded from federal pot charges
A Northern California court ordered police to return a small amount of marijuana seized from a suspects backpack during an arrest... more >>
10/16/2018Retail Marijuana Sales Begin In Canada
(AP) Retail marijuana sales begin in Canada, now largest country with legal national pot marketplace. The Canadian government... more >>
10/16/2018CESSPOOLS IN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL FORESTS ORDERED TO CLEANUP
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced an agreement with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) to close 62 campground... more >>
10/16/2018Susanville man arrested for stolen vehicle in Oroville
A Susanville man was arrested on Monday after he was allegedly found inside a stolen Toyota Tundra in Oroville. According to the... more >>
10/16/2018California utilities say wind-driven outages still possible
California utilities are restoring electricity after intentionally cutting it to tens of thousands of people because of extreme fire... more >>
10/16/2018Emails show California agency's cozy ties to gas tax backers
As the battle to overturn California's gas tax increase intensified, emails obtained by The Associated Press show the State Transportation... more >>
10/15/2018Feds start controversial wild horse roundup
With the wild horse population in Modoc County growing far faster than the land can handle, federal officials have commenced a roundup... more >>
10/15/2018Masonic Fire in Redding Gives Residents a Scare
According to SHASCOM, there was a vegetation fire burning on the corner of Masonic Avenue and Lake Boulevard in Redding. The fire... more >>
10/15/2018San Francisco to vote on taxing rich businesses for homeless
A measure on San Francisco's Nov. 6 ballot would raise taxes on the city's wealthiest companies to help thousands of homeless and... more >>
10/15/2018LCSO and CHP Involved in Search and Rescue Saturday
Lassen County Sheriff's Office busy Saturday with a search for a man who had gone into a remote area of Lassen County with his 1... more >>
10/15/2018PG&E shuts power off with High Wind and Fire Danger
PG and E announced it would turn power off in parts of 12 counties, affecting roughly 70,000 customers, citing fire risk due to wind... more >>
10/15/2018California lung cancer death rate less than national average
A study concludes that California has a 28 percent lower lung cancer death rate than the rest of the country thanks to statewide... more >>
10/15/2018California senators to try to block Trump judicial nominees
Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris say they did not sign off on three White House nominees for open California seats on... more >>
10/12/2018Susanville Fire Dept Open House Saturday
The Susanville Fire Department would like to invite the public to their annual open house on Saturday, October 13th from 10am til... more >>
10/12/2018Vehicle Found Belonging To Missing Portola Man By Lake Davis
The Plumas County Sheriff's Office reports they have found a vehicle belonging to a missing man from Portola, California. 58-year-old... more >>
10/12/2018Craft Beer and More at the Plumas County Harvest Fest this Weekend
The 15th annual Mountain Harvest Festival is this weekend, Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Organizers... more >>
10/12/2018Burning Man opening year-round office in Reno
The San Francisco-based Burning Man organization is opening a year-round, satellite office in Reno to better support operations in... more >>
10/12/2018California chief justice wants review of harassment policies
Californias top judge is launching a review of the judicial branchs policies on harassment, discrimination and other inappropriate... more >>
 Flu Shot Drive Through Clinics in Plumas County
The Plumas County Public Health Agency provides FREE flu vaccine each fall through our Drive-Through and Walk-in clinics, or by appointment... more >>
10/11/2018Thursday Web Weather with Meteorologist Jeff Martinez KTVN CH 2
Today will be just like yesterday with partly sunny skies and a slight chance for a mountain shower with cool highs in the upper... more >>
10/11/2018CalFire Halloween Safety Tips
Halloween is a fun and exciting time of year, but it is also an important time to practice fire and personal safety. The occurrence... more >>
10/11/2018Rising interest rates weigh on high-flying tech stocks
Technology and internet stocks have led the way for much of Wall Street's bull market run, propelling the stocks of big names like... more >>
10/11/2018Chief psychiatrist says California inaccurate on prison data
The chief psychiatrist for Californias prison system is alleging that state officials provided inaccurate or misleading information... more >>
10/11/2018Tesla CEO: More infrastructure needed for company growth
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he's looking at creating a housing compound at the company's giant northern Nevada factory where it makes... more >>
10/11/2018Mexican policeman held after meth found in car
(AP) Authorities have arrested a Mexican police officer they say had 50 pounds (22.7 kilograms) of methamphetamine in his car. The... more >>
10/10/2018LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. - BE AWARE. FIRE CAN HAPPEN ANYWHERE.
This years Fire Prevention Week theme, Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere, which works to educate the public... more >>
10/10/2018Congressman LaMalfa in Lassen and Modoc Counties this Week
Congressman LaMalfa visited Plumas and Lassen county on Tuesday. LaMalfa spoke to around 40 of his constituents in Susanville... more >>
10/10/2018Bridge Work Continues on Hwy 70 in Plumas County
Plumas County: Bridge work will continue on hwy 70 in Plumas county from just east of Massack rest area to 2 miles east of the rest... more >>
10/10/2018Cal Fire report; Sagging PG&E power lines caused Cascade Fire
Cal Fire announced on Tuesday that after an investigation into the cause of the October, 2017 Cascade Fire, it was determined that... more >>
10/10/2018CA Gov Candidates Square Off Over Elimination of Bail
Both candidates for California governor on Monday addressed the states recently approved law that will make it the first to eliminate... more >>
10/10/2018Nevada pot sales start new fiscal year with monthly record
Nevada kicked off the first month of the new fiscal year with its biggest monthly marijuana sales since the state legalized pot for... more >>
10/9/2018Lassen National Forest is Hiring
Lassen National Forest is hiring for it's Spring/Summer Season. From Sept. 17th to Oct. 12th folks can go to USAJobs.gov and... more >>
10/9/2018Facebook Messenger Scam Not Serious Threat
Be warned: those Facebook messages you might be getting are a hoax. The viral message hitting many Facebook accounts reads: "Hi,... more >>
10/9/2018Federal officials to round up 1,000 wild horses; some may end up in slaughterhouses
On Wednesday, officials will begin rounding up 1,000 wild horses from federal land in Northern California and putting them up for... more >>
10/9/2018California DMV: Non-citizens may be registered to vote
The DMV says about 1,500 people may have been incorrectly registered due to a "processing error." That includes legal residents who... more >>
10/8/2018Lassen DA Praised for Efforts to Protect Forests and Public Lands
In May, Lassen County District Attorney Stacey Montgomery met with President Trump and members of congress in Washington DC to get... more >>
10/8/2018California wildfire victims say cleanup crews add to woes
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' first experience cleaning up after a wildfire has turned into a bureaucratic mess, and California's... more >>
10/8/2018Lights in the sky are Space X Rocket Launch
If you saw a strange light in the sky Sunday night, you're not the only one. A Space X Falcon 9 rocket was set to take off from... more >>
10/8/2018California measure would make egg-laying hens cage-free
A measure on Californias November ballot would require that egg-laying hens be cage free by 2022. The measure would phase in the... more >>
10/5/2018UPDATE: Names Released of 28 Arrested in Area Gang Activity
Local authorities and various California law enforcement has arrested 28 people after an operation into drug and gang activity, and... more >>
10/5/2018LCSO, SPD, LC District Attorney and FBI Deal Blow to Area Gangs
A multi-agency operation that led to 13 state search warrants and multiple arrest warrants around the Susanville area and other parts... more >>
10/5/2018Lassen National Forest Lifts Fire Restrictions
Lassen National Forest officials will lift fire restrictions forest-wide, effective Friday, October 5, 2018. Forest visitors may... more >>
10/5/2018Presidential Emergency Alert Tested This Week at JDX and KSUE
KJDX and KSUE Susanville participated in the recent nationwide Presidential Emergency Alert test on Wednesday. Most cell phones... more >>
10/5/2018Arizona Company Recalls More Than 6.5 Million Pounds of Beef
An Arizona company has recalled more than 6.5 million pounds (2.9 kilograms) of beef that could be contaminated with salmonella. The... more >>
10/5/2018President of nations largest public pension fund unseated
The president of the nations largest public pension fund has been unseated by a critic who says fund directors are attempting too... more >>
10/5/2018LMUD Main Transmission Line to Eagle Lake Finished
LMUD customers who are currently being served by the emergency electric generator will experience a power outage on Friday, October... more >>
10/4/2018LCSO, SPD and LC DA's Office Make Multiple Arrests in Narcotics Operation
On October 3, 2018, as part of a multi-agency operation led by the Lassen County Sheriff's Office and Susanville Police Department,... more >>
10/4/2018Crews Cleanup Fuel After Tanker Spill on Hwy 70
Cleanup of hazardous materials was done near the Spanish Creek bridge on Hwy 70 in Plumas county after a fuel truck overturned there... more >>
10/4/2018Almanor Campgrounds Closing for the Season
As of October 5th, the remaining open Almanor Ranger District campgrounds will be closing. Trash, water and restroom services... more >>
10/4/2018Fire restrictions for Shasta-Trinity National Forest to be lifted October 4
According to the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, recent rains and cool temperatures have allowed fire restrictions across the Shasta-Trinity... more >>
10/4/2018Caltrans works to protect Delta Fire damaged I-5 from mudslides and debris
Recent rains and fire burn scars do not mix, and winter has yet to arrive in northern CA. Caltrans crews along I-5 said they are... more >>
10/4/2018Strange sights, sounds could herald California rocket return
The Air Force is warning residents on Californias central coast to be prepared for unusual sights and sounds this weekend as SpaceX... more >>
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