CHP Appoints First Female Commissioner To Lead Agency As First Black Chief RetiresDeputy Commissioner Amanda Ray will become the first female Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol in the agency's 91-year history.
Caught On Camera: Driver 'Brake Checks' Vehicle, Causing Driver To Lose Control On Highway 50A road rage crash on Highway 50 was caught on camera. A driver suddenly hit the brakes, forcing another driver to swerve out of the way, losing control and crashing into the car they were trying to dodge.
2 Teens Suffer Severe Burns After Crashing Maserati On I-80 Near TruckeeA 14-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl were left with severe burn injuries after they crashed a Maserati near Donner Pass late Thursday night.
2 Freeway Shootings Within A Week Put Drivers On Edge In SacramentoTwo shootings in just a matter of days has drivers on Interstate 80 and Highway 50 on edge.
California Highway Patrol Spent $38M Responding To ProtestsThe California Highway Patrol spent $38 million responding to recent widespread protests over racial injustice, state officials said Tuesday, bringing state agencies’ combined law enforcement costs to $63 million so far.
CHP Traffic Data Shows Crashes Are Down 75%, DUI Arrests Down 42% Since MarchThe pandemic is having a positive impact on California's highways. The CHP says the number of crashes and DUIs have dropped significantly in the past two months.
CHP Sued For Banning Protests At State Capitol During PandemicA new lawsuit is accusing the governor and California Highway Patrol of "abusing their power" after they banned protests at the state capitol.
Free Speech vs. Pandemic Safety: CHP Will Now Deny Permits For Coronavirus Protests At State FacilitiesThe California Highway Patrol will now deny all event permit requests at state facilities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
CHP Employee Welcomed Back Home After Hospitalization For CoronavirusCalifornia Highway Patrol employee Dwayne Potts was allowed to go home Monday afternoon after he was hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms.
CHP Appoints First Black Female Deputy Commissioner In 91-Year HistoryThe California Highway Patrol has just appointed its first female African American deputy commissioner in the agency's 91-year history.
CHP Prepping For New Year's Holiday After Nearly A Dozen Killed In Crashes During ChristmasWith New Year's Eve fast approaching, the California Highway Patrol said they are prepping for another holiday maximum enforcement period after the Christmas holiday saw nearly a dozen people killed in crashes and over 270 arrests made.
More Than 1,000 People Arrested For DUI Across California Over Labor Day Weekend, CHP SaysCalifornia Highway Patrol says their officers arrested more than 1,000 people on suspicion of DUI this past Labor Day weekend.
After Spate Of Fires, CHP Stepping Up Brake Check Enforcement In High CountryCalifornia Highway Patrol says they will be stepping up enforcement after a spike in brake fires.
Fallen Riverside Officer Andre Moye, Jr. Mourned With Bell Toll Ceremony At CHP AcademyBells tolled Wednesday during a solemn CHP ceremony for an officer killed this week when a motorist he pulled over grabbed a rifle and opened fire during a traffic stop.
Witness: Dog Kicked Out, Car Speeds Off On Highway 50 Near PlacervilleAuthorities are looking for the person who allegedly kicked a dog out of their car on Highway 50 and sped off.