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STATE: Ebola test results on Sacramento patient are negative; low-risk patient tested out of an abundance of caution

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – The California Department of Public Health announced Thursday night that the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...

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Clearlake Police arrest man for illegal marijuana grow, firearms possession

Clearlake Police arrest man for illegal marijuana grow, firearms possession

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – On Wednesday police arrested a convicted felon found to be in possession of firearms and who additionally was illegally growing ma...

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Clearlake Planning Commission approves project's mitigated negative declaration, chooses new leaders

Clearlake Planning Commission approves project's mitigated negative declaration, chooses new leaders

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – The Clearlake Planning Commission held a public hearing Tuesday during...

Konocti Unified School District opens enrollment for new 'magnet' high school

LOWER LAKE, Calif. – The largest school district in Lake County has announced it will be o...

Lake County Land Trust to host annual dinner Oct. 11

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Lake County Land Trust is preparing for its annual dinner, to be...

UPDATE: Lodge Complex close to full containment

NORTH COAST, Calif. – The Lodge Complex near Laytonville is approaching full containment, ...

REGIONAL: Carmichael man arrested for pot growing in Mendocino National Forest

REGIONAL: Carmichael man arrested for pot growing in Mendocino National Forest

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – A raid on two illicit marijuana gardens in the Mendocino National Fo...

STATE: No confirmed cases of Ebola in California; low-risk patient tested out of an abundance of caution

The California Department of Public Health reported that it is working with local health d...

 

'Step:Forward' effort aims to improve student success in community colleges

On Thursday the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the Foundation for California Community Colleges unveiled the new Step:Forward campaign – an awarene...

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Aug. 24 Boggs Mountain hike planned

COBB, Calif. – Take a hike Sunday, Aug. 24, at Boggs Mountain State Forest.

The Friends of Boggs Mountain will host a four- to five-mile, moderately-paced hike with Karen ...

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Thompson: It’s our responsibility to protect geothermal energy, a clean energy resource

Thompson: It’s our responsibility to protect geothermal energy, a clean energy resource

Geothermal is one of California’s greatest resources – a natural bounty of renewable energy in our own backyard.

It is a renewable resource that has been developed and sus...

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Runner-sponsored bill to help disabled veterans heads to governor

SACRAMENTO – A proposal sponsored by George Runner to protect California’s disabled veterans cleared the Assembly this week with unanimous, bipartisan support, and now aw...

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Patton: Thanks for support for summer reading program

I want to thank those who supported Lakeport Library’s summer reading program for sixth through 12th graders: Christy Luis, Deloris Moore, Ana Goff, Rita Davis, Gail Gome...

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Governor approves Yamada 'Dining with Dogs' legislation

SACRAMENTO – On Thursday, Assemblymember Mariko Yamada’s (D-Davis) Assembly Bill 1965, allowing dogs on restaurant patios, was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.

The bill will gi...

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