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Blaze Stopped in Placerville

Blaze Stopped in Placerville

Early Friday morning, a small, slow-moving grass fire threatened several homes in Placerville, but firefighters successfully contained the one acre blaze. The fire started about 4:15 a.m. and burned through dry grass on a hillside off Placerville Drive. Homeowners along Boulder Lane were told to shelter in place while El…

Yuba County Fire at 75% Containment

Yuba County Fire at 75% Containment

As of Friday morning, firefighters have about 75 percent containment on the Yuba County fire that has grown to about 180 acres. All of those acres were scheduled to be part of a controlled burn that got out of hand. About 15 homes were under evacuation in the Oregon House area. Officials set…

Wildlife Feeling Impact of Drought

Wildlife Feeling Impact of Drought

  Wildlife Rehabilitator and Director of Wildlife Education at the Gold Country Wildlife Rescue, Kari Freidig, gave KAHI’s Sarah McCormick a tour of the facility in Loomis this week.  The facility is usually filled with chittering birds and oftentimes small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and more. She discussed how the drought is effecting the ecology…

Placer Board of Supervisors Move To Prohibit Homeless Campers

Placer Board of Supervisors Move To Prohibit Homeless Campers

The Placer County Board of Supervisors, in a 4-0 vote, moved to stop unauthorized camping and storing of personal property on county properties. The action comes as officials and Auburn area residents are raising concerns about the homeless and their camps at the Placer County Government Center, a county-owned campus commonly known as…

Placer County Sheriff’s Office Seeks The Public’s Assistance Identifying Meadow Vista Bank Robber

Placer County Sheriff’s Office Seeks The Public’s Assistance Identifying Meadow Vista Bank Robber

            The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s help in identifying a man who robbed a bank in Meadow Vista Monday evening. Just before 6 p.m., deputies responded to the reported robbery at the Wells Fargo Bank on Placer Hills Road in Meadow…

Bass Pro Shop Hiring up to 250 Employees

Bass Pro Shop Hiring up to 250 Employees

Rocklin area job seekers have a chance to apply at Bass Pro Shops.  As the store prepares for a late summer to early fall opening, the company is holding a job fair, seeking to hire more than 250 new employees. The job fair will be held from 8 a.m. to 7…

Auburn Police Respond to Attempted Burglary

Auburn Police Respond to Attempted Burglary

Auburn Police are reporting that Wednesday evening, Ramiro Castanon attempted to forcibly enter a home in Auburn. A woman and her two small kids were there. Castanon unsuccessfully tried to enter the home, when a neighbor came to the aid of the woman inside and detained him until police arrived on scene. Police…

Trinity County Fire Sparked by Lightning

Trinity County Fire Sparked by Lightning

The Shasta-Trinity National Forest Service is fighting a 250 acre blaze that was sparked by lightning on Tuesday. The Trinity County Sheriff’s Office implemented mandatory evacuations along County Road 311, north of Big Slide Campground to Manzanita Rance.  The city of Hyampom is also under advisory. The fire is expected…

Drought Decreases Rice Production

Drought Decreases Rice Production

The $1 billion rice industry is feeling the negative effects of the drought.  According to the California Rice Commission, about 175,000 acres of rice land is going unplanted this year. It’s the lowest planting since 1991.  In all, an estimated 375,000 acres will produce, a 31 percent decrease in acreage.  Last…

Auburn Homeless Shelter Taking Donations and Public Comment

Auburn Homeless Shelter Taking Donations and Public Comment

Leo McFarland, Volunteers of America Northern California and Northern Nevada President, stopped into the studios of KAHI and chatted with Sarah McCormick, Tuesday, about Auburn’s new homeless shelter, Right Hand Auburn.  According to McFarland, the shelters  first week has been somewhat of a success, giving some homeless the opportunity to eat, shower, and…