The city has sent mailers to residents with watering rules, and has even hired a water coordinator to enforce the rules. But the city is still falling short of the state’s goal.
The city’s new chamber foundation jumped in to save the festival, but it doesn’t have the money yet. The new organizers have four months to get the festival off the ground.
State law requires water meters be installed at all California homes. But some Californians are paying more for those meters than others depending on where they live.
Ripon was one of the first California communities to go under full-time city surveillance nearly 10 years ago. More than 80 cameras are installed in either commercial or public areas.
Police have arrested a woman suspected of setting fire to the bathroom of a Ripon office Wednesday afternoon.
The money once belonged to the Ripon Police Activities League. The group stopped operating five years ago during the recession and Leo Zuber has decided he’s donating the leftover money to Ripon’s recreation department.
Back in early August, CBS13 spoke to a University of the Pacific geologist who warned California’s tapped aquifer could cause the ground to sink and eventually collapse the aquifer forever.
Police in Ripon are looking for a man they say exposed himself to two young girls Thursday morning.
Thanks to a grant, the Ripon Police Department just bought two electric motorcycles.
Police in Ripon have arrested three people in connection with the recent seizure of hundreds of fake credit cards.
Call Kurtis exposed more than a hundred Ripon homeowners who were stuck and unable to sell or refinance their homes because of the ending of a state program. But there has been progress since CBS13 aired its investigation in January.
olice are looking for a man who exposed himself to a student who was walking to school in Ripon.