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Rocky fire acreage jumps again; additional evacuations possible

Rocky fire acreage jumps again; additional evacuations possible

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LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Rocky fire made a Thursday evening run, scorching thousands of more acres of wildland and moving...

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Dan Wolk announces run for Fourth District State Assembly seat

Dan Wolk announces run for Fourth District State Assembly seat

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – Davis Mayor Dan Wolk announced that he is running for the California State Assembly in 2016.

Specifically, Wolk is seeking the Fo...

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Air quality management district reports on Rocky fire impacts

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Lake County Air Quality Management District said it is monitorin...

STATE FIRE UPDATE: More new wildland fires reported around California

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – Thousands of additional firefighters joined efforts on Thursday to c...

WATER: California water use drops 27.3 percent, exceeds 25 percent mandate for June

With record-breaking heat throughout much of the state in June, Californians continued to ...

Space News: The summer blue moon

When someone says “Once in a blue moon,” you know what they mean: Rare, seldom, even absur...

Sheriff's office: Potential for new Rocky fire evacuations east of Clearlake Oaks

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Lake County Sheriff's Office said late Thursday that it is advis...

 Clearlake fire threatens homes, prompts temporary evacuations

Clearlake fire threatens homes, prompts temporary evacuations

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – Firefighters are on the scene of a wildland fire in Clearlake that beg...

 

California Community Colleges begin deployment of new academic advising and planning platform

SACRAMENTO – Community college students throughout California will soon have access to new technology that will help them identify their academic goals, develop structure...

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Changes to recreational tuna regulations now in effect

The California Fish and Game Commission recently adopted changes to recreational tuna regulations. The new regulations are effective as of today, July 30, 2015.
 
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Parker: A national monument in our own backyard

On July 10, President Obama designated 330,780 acres of California’s stunning wildlands as one of our nation’s newest national monuments, “Berryessa Snow Mountain.” The ne...

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Thompson’s bill to help veterans and their families afford health care to be signed into law

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson’s (CA-5) bipartisan legislation to help veterans and their families save for and afford health care passed the Senate on Thursd...

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Reimers: Why I'm running for supervisor

I’m running for District 5 supervisor because the citizens, businesses and government of Lake County can no longer afford to have the lake be the Achilles heel to what sh...

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State ag board to discuss greenhouse gas reductions incentives for farms, communities Aug. 4

SACRAMENTO – Incentive programs available to farmers and local communities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will be the focus of the California State Board of Food and ...

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