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Man Sprays Other Passengers With Pepper Spray!

Man Sprays Other Passengers With Pepper Spray!

Two dozen people were evacuated from a Greyhound bus last night traveling on I-80 passing Auburn after a passenger emerged from the rest room on board and started spraying other passengers with pepper spray. 27 people were on the bus when the driver pulled it off the highway at Bowman.…

Wild Fire in the Buttes!

Wild Fire in the Buttes!

Fire broke out yesterday afternoon along the western edge of the Sutter Buttes scorching 2200 acres and threatening 4 structures.  The blaze blew up nine miles northwest of Yuba City and with winds pushing it along sent smoke into Yuba City and Marysville. Late yesterday CalFire officials said they have…

Attendance Down at this years State Fair!

Attendance Down at this years State Fair!

Attendance numbers being reported by the State Fair show 11% fewer visitors this year over 2017. 575,250 people enjoyed this years 17 day fair but attendance suffered from extreme heat for 9 of the 17 days. 8 days were recorded at over 100 degrees last year. The dollars spent this…

Smoke Blankets RENO!

Smoke Blankets RENO!

Heavy smoke from Northern California has blanketed the City of Reno creating some of the worst bad air conditions for the city of Reno in its history. The main stream of smoke has been coming into the Reno valley from the Yosemite fire, and this past week from the Redding…

New SPCA Center in Roseville Sheltering CARR Fire Dogs!

New SPCA Center in Roseville Sheltering CARR Fire Dogs!

The Placer County SPCA new facility in Roseville is playing a part in supporting several dozen animals that have become homeless due to the CARR fire in Redding. Several shelters are either full or were evacuated due to the fire, and a team from Roseville transported the homeless dogs to…

Yosemite To Reopen Friday!

Yosemite To Reopen Friday!

Officials at Yosemite say the park will reopen Friday after closing on July 25th due to wild fire smoke and danger caused by the Ferguson fire. . Limited visitor services will be available including campgrounds, lodging and food services. Hundreds of visitors were forced to evacuate in the last two…

36th Tevis Run This Weekend!

36th Tevis Run This Weekend!

The 63rd Tevis Cup completed successfully Yesterday morning as 64 riders completed the Western States trail ride arriving at the Placer County Fairgrounds to receive awards and lunch. Heather Reynolds of Florida placed first for the third time as she arrived at 10 AM exactly completing 17 hours on the…

3.6 Mag Earth Quake Near Truckee!

3.6 Mag Earth Quake Near Truckee!

A small earthquake was felt across the high country early Thursday morning. According to the US Geological Survey, a 3.6 magnitude earthquake shook the region a little after midnight. The quake was centered south of Truckee and west of Kings Beach. Residents as far away as South Lake Tahoe and…

Carr Wild Fire Enters the City Of Reading, CA!

Carr Wild Fire Enters the City Of Reading, CA!

A ranging wildfire has swept over the Sacramento River and entered the Western Section of the town of Reading, killing one resident and sending others to flee their homes.  Flames are moving fast and out of control destroying homes and forced news anchors at Reading Television station KRCR-TV to cut…

Orange County DA Looking At Old Case With Possible DeAngelo Tie!

Orange County DA Looking At Old Case With Possible DeAngelo Tie!

The Orange County District Attorney is reopening the case involving William Evins who was convicted of killing Joan Anderson in her Fountain Valley home in 1979 after the DA reviewed similarity in the killing to the MO of the East Area Rapist, 72 year old Joseph DeAngelo who is being…

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