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Camper catches fire, hits tree in Ukiah parking lot
Due to apparent smoke inhalation, Adair said the driver of the vehicle (described only as an adult man possibly in his 40s) was initially unable to talk, but after receiving oxygen, he told firefighters what happened.
Fatal crash shuts down southbound Hwy 101 in San Jose
The Caltrans sweeper and a "shadow truck" behind it to protect it from traffic were traveling at about 5 mph south in the center divider of the highway, with the "shadow truck" partially in the far left highway lane, CHP Officer Ross Lee said.
Willits Police Log: Oct. 8-14
The following items were compiled from reports prepared by the Willits Police Department. Officers responded to 204 calls for service during this seven day period.CORONER: Officers responded to a call about a.deceased person at 1480 S. Main Street on Oct. 8 at 5:03 p.m.SEXUAL ASSAULT: Officers respo
Potter Valley project on Mendocino County board of supervisors’ agenda Tuesday
The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors Tuesday will consider allocating $20,000 toward “investigating and negotiating” the purchase of the Potter Valley Project, which a hydro-electric dam the Pacific Gas and Electric is putting up for auction.
Chris Smith: Ukiah is on pins and needles over the possible loss of its bowling alley
With all that’s going on in the world, it seems hardly worth mentioning that the modest, 16-lane bowling alley at the north end of Ukiah might have to shut down before the end of the year.
PG&E to cut power to 17,000 customers in Sonoma, Lake, Napa counties
Pacific Gas & Electric plans to shut off power for about 17,000 customers in Sonoma, Napa and Lake counties s later Sunday as part of a new effort from the utility to help prevent wildfires from starting during periods of particularly dangerous weather.
PG&E shuts off power, schools closed because of high winds, fire danger
CALISTOGA, Calif.- PG&E shut down power to 17,000 customers In Northern California because of the high wind and red flag fire conditions Sunday night.
Government officials at town hall give Redwood Valley residents water system updates
The meeting, which as held at Eagle Peak Middle School, was also attended by Assemblymember Jim Wood and Senator Mike McGuire along with Congressman Huffman. (Chris Pugh — Ukiah Daily Journal)Federal, state, and county officials, including Senator McGuire, Congressman Huffman & Assemblymember Wood,
Walmart to Settle for $65M After California Cashiers Alleged Company Didn’t Provide Seating
If approved by a judge, the deal would end a nearly decade-old suit and affect some 100,000 current former Walmart cashiers.
Thunderstorms in Southern California? Residents surprised by rain — and a light show
A thunderstorm brought lightning and rain to Southern California on Friday night.Lighting could be seen and thunder heard across a wide swath of the region. Rain began falling in downtown Los Angeles about 7:30 p.m. after several flashes of lightning. Thunder claps could also be heard.Light rain and
Proposition 10: California’s rent-control ballot measure explained
You’ve probably heard plenty of conflicting messages about the merits of this statewide ballot measure, Proposition 10. To help you make sense of this complex debate and what it could mean for landlords and the nearly 6 million renters in California, we lay out the basics: the law that the measure w
Mega Millions: No winner crowned in Friday’s drawing
Jackpot expected to grow to a near-record $654 million; next drawing set for TuesdayByJason Greenemail@example.com| Bay Area News GroupSACRAMENTO — The Mega Millions jackpot is expected to swell to $654 million after no one picked the winning numbers for Friday’s drawing.The life-cha
Powerful Santa Ana Winds Wreak Havoc on Southern California’s Power Grid
Power outages affected more than 40,000 Southern California Edison customers Monday as strong Santa Ana winds gusted through Southland, according to the utility.
Northern California skydiver killed when parachute fails to deploy
ByAssociated Press|PUBLISHED:October 15, 2018 at 5:09 am| UPDATED:October 15, 2018 at 5:13 am
Essential California: A company owned by a congressman's in-laws comes under scrutiny - Los Angeles Times
William Wages, principal owner of Vortex Construction in Bakersfield, says he is one-eighth Cherokee Indian, which allowed him to win contracts set aside for minorities. Wages is the brother-in-law of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
Sen. Dianne Feinstein seeks sixth term: How her Washington virtues became California vulnerabilities
Never mind respect for elders. The thousands of West Virginians who packed an arena on the last Saturday night in September were having a fine time laughing at California’s 85-year-old senator, Dianne Feinstein.FILE – In this Oct. 31, 2017, file photo, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., speaks du
Wildfire danger has PG&E poised to turn off power in 13 countries
OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU/BCN)- Officials in Alameda, Napa and Sonoma Counties are preparing for possible Pacific Gas and Electric power shutoffs as early as late tonight in the wake of high fire danger warnings.
Ukiah Pet of the Week: Meet Lexi
Lexi is a shy girl who will need lots of encouragement and TLC to help her gain confidence. Right now, Lexi is not too sure about leashes, and she will need to learn that when the leash shows up – fun walks follow.
Deputy Crashes Into Bodega Bay House During Pursuit
SONOMA COUNTY, CA – A Sonoma County deputy was hospitalized this morning after his pursuit of a speeding theft suspect ended with him crashing into a Bodega Bay home, causing the house and the patrol vehicle to catch fire, according to authorities.
Tuesday Community Events in Ukiah
Adult Children of Alcoholics (and other dysfunctional families):Meets Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church, 465 Luce Ave., Ukiah.