Strange Seed Phenomenon Grows In Northern CaliforniaThe weird seed phenomenon happening across the country is growing in our region. Local agricultural leaders in several Northern California counties are sounding the alarm about strange seeds being sent to people's homes.
3 Northern California Churches Take State To Federal Court Over Ban On SingingThree Northern California churches have gone to federal court to challenge the state's ban on singing and chanting in houses of worship, arguing that it unfairly singles out religious services while ignoring protests against police brutality.
4 California Officers On Leave Amid Probe Of Racist PostsFour police officers in Northern California have been placed on administrative leave while officials investigate a Facebook group in which members made bigoted and anti-Muslim comments.
Judge OKs $58B Plan To End PG&E Bankruptcy After WildfiresA federal judge on Friday approved a $58 billion plan by the nation’s largest utility to end a contentious bankruptcy saga that began after Pacific Gas & Electric’s outdated equipment ignited wildfires in California that killed more than 100 people, wiped out entire towns and led the company to confess to crimes driven by its greed and neglect.
Ex-California FBI Agent Accused Of Taking $200,000 In BribesA retired FBI agent from Northern California was arrested Friday for allegedly taking more than $200,000 in bribes to pass law enforcement information to a lawyer with ties to organized crime, prosecutors announced.
Magnitude 5.2 Quake Rattles California-Nevada State LineSeveral aftershocks followed in the area just east of Yosemite National Park. Did you or anyone you know feel it this morning?
Still At Large: Inmate With Ties To Oakland Walked Away From Northern California Prison CampA minimum-security inmate who walked away from a prison camp in Del Norte County on Tuesday and has ties to Oakland is still at large, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said.
Coronavirus Impact: Nonprofits Face Future Financial StrugglesA crisis period like the coronavirus is the time when local non-profits may be needed the most. Hundreds of community members have stepped up to help local food banks with their free time.
House Calls: Hairdressers Split On How To Make Ends Meet During Coronavirus ClosuresKeeping up your appearance in isolation is something many have accepted to be impossible right now. Whether it be about hair, nails or lashes, others wanting to look and feel good and are going to great lengths to make it happen.
California To Get Much-Needed Rain, Snow After Dry MonthsParched California will likely get a modest dose of rain and snow during the weekend but a much more potent storm is expected to follow, forecasters said Friday.
Northern California Safeway Workers Threaten Strike Over Wages And HoursApproximately 14,000 union workers at Safeway stores across northern California are threatening to go on strike.