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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…

Heat May Bring on Greater Chance of West Nile Virus

Heat May Bring on Greater Chance of West Nile Virus

The National Center for Atmospheric Research and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found a link between higher-than-average annual temperatures and the intensity of West Nile virus outbreaks. Researchers say the Sacramento region and Central Valley will likely see high West Nile virus activity this summer, with rising temperatures…

Web Wizard Joins KAHI on Fridays

Web Wizard Joins KAHI on Fridays

Dave Naves of Daveworks is joining our weekday morning programming.  Sarah McCormick sat with Dave on Friday morning, to discuss Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, and Google’s wide world of information.  It changes exponentially moment by moment, but this algorithmic language can be understood!  Tune in each Friday morning at 8:45am to…

1929 Ford Tri-Motor Airliner Stops In Lincoln

1929 Ford Tri-Motor Airliner Stops In Lincoln

              The 1929 airliner in Lincoln this weekend was the height of flying luxury 85 years ago Flying the airliners has not always meant connecting the entire world in a single day. Nor did it mean flight delays, security lines or baggage carousels. At…

Yuba City Confirms a Rabid Bat

Yuba City Confirms a Rabid Bat

A bat with rabies has been confirmed in Yuba City, emphisizing the need for pet owners to have their pets vaccinated. Last Wednesday, a dog was observed playing with a bat in the area of Clark, Jewell and Park avenues. The bat was collected and submitted to the Sutter County…

California Farmers Will Work With Less

California Farmers Will Work With Less

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, California farmers will fallow hundreds of thousands of acres and employ fewer workers in 2015, but the drought will not cripple the state’s agricultural industry. Tuesday, UC Davis researchers said California’s farm economy has been surprisingly resilient during the drought, with farm employment…