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Governor says California will sue Trump over emergency wall declaration

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California is likely to sue President Donald Trump over his emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, the state attorney general said Friday.


TPUD Hayfork Substation up, crews turn to scattered outages

Trinity Public Utilities District General Manager Paul Hauser reports that crews got the Hayfork substation up last night about 9 p.m. "We now have all of our substations energized and are working on a large number of scattered outages all over the system," he said. "This morning we have 988 custome


Son arrested in California killing of parents, housekeeper

SANTA ANA, Calif. – A man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his parents and their housekeeper in an upscale Southern California community, authorities said Friday. Richard Nicholson, 64, Kim Nicholson, 61, and Maria Morse, 57, were identified as the victims found dead in a Newport Beach home


Newsom On Trump’s Border Wall Plans — ‘CA Will See You In Court’

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — Gov. Gavin Newsom had a quick response Friday to President Donald Trump’s announcement he would sign a declaration of a national emergency to fund a border wall.


Snow too thick to plow keeps skiers from California resorts

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Winter weather enveloping California's mountains for a fourth straight day Friday kept skiers from hitting the slopes at the start of the Presidents Day holiday weekend, with snow so deep that plows could not tackle it and cities scrambled to find places to pile it.


Power restored some communities, Hayfork 'likely' up tomorrow

Power was restored to most of Weaverville, and crews were working to get Douglas City and Lewiston back up, TPUD GM Paul Hauser said at approximately 6:16 p.m. Crews were working in Lewiston with lines on the ground.


California Gov. Gavin Newsom endorses Kamala Harris for president

Washington (CNN)California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom is endorsing Kamala Harris, who represents the Golden State in the US Senate, for president in 2020. Newsom, a former San Francisco mayor, said in an interview with MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Friday that he has known Harris for decades and she did


Hayfork boys basketball in playoff semifinals

The No. 3-seeded Hayfork High School boys basketball team defeated Greenville 87-77 in the opening round of the NSCIF Div. 7 playoffs Tuesday, Feb. 12. The Timberjacks now go on the road to face No. 2-seed McCloud in the semifinals with a 7 p.m. tipoff scheduled for tonight, Feb. 14. Hayfork dropped


Yes, recreational cannabis is legal in California. No, cannabis festivals aren’t thriving

More than 10,000 people are expected to pack a small high desert baseball stadium next month for what might be the first state-sanctioned cannabis festival in Southern California.


Already convicted of killing 3 women in California, his painting could help find more victims

Despite the passing years, Samuel Little still had all the details neatly filed away in corners of his mind. The particular shapes of noses. The way their hair was cut short or tumbled to their shoulders. The colors of their eyes. And decades later, as he sat in a Texas jail cell and received daily


Give Hayfork students their school back

We now understand that John L. Hamilton finally explained not only Dr. Seuss but that he doesn’t have his facts correct, as the judge saw in Wear’s lawsuit. He also didn’t have his facts right and he lost. So, Wear now is in appeal that has stalled the money to finish the school buildings again.


CEO of medical lab among victims in triple slaying in California gated community; suspect in custody

The CEO of a medical lab was among the victims of a triple slaying at a gated community in Newport Beach, Calif., late Wednesday and police have taken a 27-year-old man into custody in connection with the deaths.


Chains Required on 3, 36, and 299

Snow is now falling and sticking on multiple main roads in Trinity County as of 3:30 p.m. Caltrans QuickMap shows chain required on three major state routes–3, 36, and 299. Hwy 3 has chains required from 9 miles north of Hayfork to 8 miles south of Douglas City.


Travel to Tahoe 'highly discouraged'; I-80 remains closed as snow continues hit Sierra Nevada

TRUCKEE (KRON) - Got plans to hit the Sierra Nevada for this long weekend?. If you do, you may run into a few obstacles on the way... literally!. Weather-wise, the area is getting A LOT of snow.


First Amendment Coalition sues California AG over his refusal to release police records

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTVU/AP) - A nonprofit organization that advocates for free speech sued California's attorney general Thursday over his refusal to release police misconduct records.


Atmospheric rivers are pulling California out of drought and piling on the snow

(CNN)When 2019 started, California's snowpack was at 67%. Now it's at over 136% and rising. The atmospheric rivers that are dumping rain along coastal California are also dumping massive amounts of snow in the state's Sierra Nevada.


‘He’s been embarrassed and his base needs to be fed’: Newsom responds to Trump’s border emergency declaration

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Friday his administration's plans to sue President Donald Trump. Attorney General Xavier Becerra is reviewing the matter.


Your data is worth billions. Can Newsom make tech giants like Facebook and Google pay up?

Jaron Lanier thinks you need to get paid. Specifically, he thinks massive tech companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google – which make billions of dollars by selling information they collect from you – should cut you in on the deal.


Gov. Gaslight? Newsom’s slippery words on high-speed rail raise questions

Good news for supporters of California High-Speed Rail: When Gov. Gavin Newsom said “there isn’t a path” to complete the system’s planned connections to San Francisco and Los Angeles, he actually meant to say he’s fully committed to getting it done.


Editorial: Newsom injects reality into Brown’s bullet-train delusion

Gavin Newsom has acknowledged what Jerry Brown refused to: California’s high-speed rail project will cost too much and take too long, and lacks oversight and transparency. Whew! Finally, some reality from the governor’s office in Sacramento.