75th Emmys: We have the answers to your burning questions

There were a few burning questions swirling around social media during Monday night’s 75th annual Emmy Awards. Here’s a roundup of answers to things that may have puzzled viewers who tuned in to TV’s biggest night.– Who was that mysterious green goblin who walked... Read More.

Burning Man flooding: What happened to stranded festivalgoers?

(NEW YORK) -- Burning Man attendees are expected to begin leaving the festival on Monday after a downpour and massive flooding left them stranded over the weekend.The festival, held in the Black Rock Desert in northwestern Nevada, garnered more than 70,000 people last year,... Read More.

Plumas National Forest Resumes Pile Burning Projects

The Plumas National Forest is resuming pile burn projects in Butterfly Valley this week. Firefighters successfully treated 10 acres of piles yesterday with a plan to hold off on ignitions today as crews focus on mopping up and securing the piles.The forest service says... Read More.

Pile Burning Projects Resume in Plumas Ntl Forest

Plumas National Forest firefighters are set to continue their pile-burning activities across the forest this week, with successful treatment in Butterfly Valley last week. In the Mount Hough Ranger District, firefighters have treated 29 acres of piles in the Genesee area.Tomorrow expect to see... Read More.

Portola Ordinance Restricts Wood Burning Stoves and Fireplaces

Portola is under the annual mandatory wood stove curtailment period, which started on November 1st, restricting homes from using non-EPA-certified fireplaces or stoves.The U.S. EPA officially designated the Greater Portola area as not meeting federal standards of allowable fine particulate matter in the air... Read More.