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Wind-Driven Fawn Fire Near Redding Explodes To 5,500 Acres

SHASTA LAKE, Shasta County (CBS SF) — At least 4,000 people have been forced to evacuate by the growing Fawn Fire burning Shasta County northeast of Redding Thursday, and authorities said a Bay Area woman suspected of starting the fire was arrested. After initially burning through about 50 acres by early Wednesday evening, the wildfire… Keep Reading

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California wildfire victims left with nothing get hope from donated RVs

QUINCY — Clutching a bag full of duct tape and snacks, Woody Faircloth climbs aboard a motorhome complete with carpet and drapes. At his side, his 9-year-old daughter, Luna, quizzes a family who has just donated the recreational vehicle, appropriately called Residency. In the distance, above hills dotted with sagebrush, smoke billows from the second-largest… Keep Reading

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Old Roseland school site of new cannabis business? Neighbors say no

Two area businesswomen want to open a cannabis growing, manufacturing and retail distribution facility in a building that once housed a Roseland charter school, but some area residents say they object to that kind of business in their neighborhood. Old School Cannabis, which has applied for permission to operate at the site, will be considered… Keep Reading

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Amazon proposes distribution center near Sonoma County airport

Online retail giant Amazon has applied to build a distribution center, including a 161,300-square-foot warehouse, on part of a 41-acre parcel of land near the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport. Permit Sonoma processed the application on Feb. 4 for the proposed facility, which would be located at 5015 Aviation Blvd., at the intersection with Brickway… Keep Reading

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Hate crime reports more than double in Sonoma County

When Sebastopol resident Dennis Judd heard about the vandalism of a fountain he commissioned to honor his mother, a Holocaust survivor who died in 2016, it was hard for him to believe the crime was a mere coincidence. Behind the fountain, which was found toppled and in pieces at Santa Rosa Memorial Park in June… Keep Reading

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Santa Rosa Junior College vaccine mandate is in place.

With a unanimous vote Tuesday afternoon by the six members of the Santa Rosa Junior College Board of Trustees, the school officially adopted a vaccine mandate for staff, faculty, trustees and students of Sonoma County’s single largest educational institution. Individuals in any of those groups who plan to step foot on campus will have until… Keep Reading

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