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Missing couple found in California desert; husband is dead
Deputies searched the area and found Pauline Davis, 91. She was taken to a hospital for treatment. The body of Keith Davis, 87, was found at 8:47 p.m. in open desert.
Congressional candidate Denney greets Quincy, Loyalton voters on recruitment stop - Plumas News
With 400,000 eligible voters at stake Nov. 6 in the 1st Congressional District race, Democratic challenger Audrey Denney stopped by Quincy, and later the town of Loyalton Oct. 8, to enlist volunteers for grassroots outreach efforts. Photos by Roni Java
Long-lining crew - Plumas News
Ownership:Feather Publishing Co., Inc., publishes four weekly papers in Plumas County: the Feather River Bulletin, Chester Progressive, Indian Valley Record, and Portola Reporter and two weekly papers in Lassen County: the Lassen County Times and the Westwood Pine Press.
Man Shot and Killed by Davis Woman in Her Apartment, Police Say
Her name is Haley Gilligan, a Davis resident, who police say shot and killed a man inside her apartment around 7 a.m. Saturday morning. However, police couldn’t say why.
Traffic Light Controls Destroyed During Chico Hit and Run, Oroville Man Arrested
CHICO, Calif.-A 25-year-old Oroville man was arrested in Chico Saturday night for allegedly driving recklessly and crashing into a utility box that controlled traffic lights for the intersection of Forest Avenue and Amanda Way.Chico Police said Saturday night at approximately 9:37 p.m. the calls sta
Anger over Rehab facility in Los Molinos
working.. ######## cecile cecile in los molinos today.. vo people are protesting a nearby new facility that is housing sex offenders... they say the rehab building is too close to the high school a half a mile away... the "elijah house" accepts sex offenders as long as they committed an offense whil
What You Need to Know: Oct. 22
Reckless Driver ArrestedChico police say 25-year-old Justin Melton of Oroville was seen driving recklessly refusing to pull over for police. As he continued driving with officers in pursuit, he hit and damaged a traffic light. He was then arrested.Person Hospitalized After Water Truck FireOne person
Missing Del Paso Heights mother found dead inside car
A person of interest in the case has been arrested on unrelated charges, police said. Candace DeAnda, 26, was found dead inside a car near her Del Paso Heights home Friday evening, according to the Sacramento Police Department. The reported disappearance of the wife and mother of two has been con
Water Truck Fire Burns Driver in Berry Creek Area
BERRY CREEK, Calif.- The inside of a water truck caught fire on a rural road near Berry Creek in Butte County Sunday afternoon.CAL FIRE received a call at approximately 3:45 p.m. on Sunday, and then sent several engines to respond to the location on Justamere Lane in Berry Creek.By the time they arr
26-Year-Old Missing Woman Candice De Anda Found Dead In Her Car
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) - A 26-year-old woman has been found dead days after being reported missing in North Sacramento, according to Sacramento police. Police said officers responded to a follow-up on a report of a missing woman, 26-year-old Candice De Anda, Friday evening. De Anda was reportedly drivin
Lake Almanor Spillway Bridge now open - Plumas News
According to a news release from Caltrans District 2 Public Information Officer Lupita Franco, the modern bridge, reopened to traffic Sept. 28 is constructed on the old 1963 bridge’s alignment, and features seismic upgrades, shoulder and barrier rails, double column piers atop spread footings, and a
Tiny Home Build-Off for Simplicity Village kicks off in Chico
On Saturday and Sunday, the group built three tiny homes to support Simplicity Village, a project that wants to provide affordable housing to 40 to 50 homeless people in Chico. The proposal for the Simplicity Project will be brought before the Chico City Council by the City Manager on November 20.
New Traffic Signal Operating in Gridley Monday
GRIDLEY, Calif.- A busy intersection of Gridley will now have a fully functional traffic signal Monday, after months of construction from Butte County Public Works.Drivers who take East Gridley and Larkin roads will now have to wait for a traffic light.
Physician Job in Susanville, California - Department of Veterans Affairs - LemonWire
The United States government is a massive employer, and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open employment positions in locations across the country. Below you’ll find a Qualification Summary for an active, open job listing from the Department of Veterans Affairs. T
The Orionid meteor shower peaks tonight
NEVADA CITY, Calif. October 21, 2018 – The Orionids, which peak during mid-October each year, are considered to be one of the most beautiful showers of the year. Orionid meteors are known for their brightness and for their speed. These meteors are fast—they travel at about 148,000 mph (66 km/s) into
Human Remains Discovered in Rubble at Site of Concow Mobile Home Fire
CONCOW, Calif.- Chico State's Anthropology Department has been called on to help identify what are believed to be human remains at a home that burned in Concow.The fire occurred a week ago at a mobile home on Windermere Lane in the Camelot area of Concow. It was first reported at approximately 4:1
Deputies search for man wanted in connection with stolen firearms
Deputies responded about 10:30 p.m. Thursday to a disturbance call in the 200 block of Refuge Avenue in Palermo, where a man, identified as Anthony Hatcher, 44, was allegedly trying to gain entry into a residence, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Child Handcuffed by Authorities
CHICO, Calif.—The Butte County Sheriff's Office continues its investigation Friday into an incident caught on camera Thursday morning.Action News Now obtained cellphone video taken by an eyewitness to the scene. The shaky video shows officers surrounding 8-year-old Kayden, who is seated on the groun
Pull for a Cure at Chico mall
cecile cecile the first ever "pull for a cure" event in chico kicked off with lots of strong arms this morning! nat sot full cont vo dozens woke up bright and early to watch local law enforcement wear pink.. and pull heavy fire trucks at the chico mall. it was all to help raise money for the america
FRC trustee candidates McNett, Garcia cover many issues - Plumas News
Two candidates for the Nov. 6 election to represent Indian Valley, Area 4, on the Feather River College Board of Trustees faced off Oct. 9 at a community forum in Quincy sponsored by the Plumas County League of Women Voters. Though they run from a particular area, voting is at large in the county.