Update 11:10 am: All 9-1-1 services have been restored. There is no known cause of the outage at this time. A 9-1-1 outage is impacting Lassen and Plumas County. Due to an AT&T communications outage, much of Northern California is without the emergency call system. Texts... Read More.
BLM Northern California District Media Contact: Jeff Fontana, email@example.com July 29, 2022 The Bureau of Land Management on Monday, Aug. 1, will implement seasonal fire restrictions to prevent wildfire risk on public lands managed by the Eagle Lake and Applegate field offices in Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Sierra,... Read More.
Did you know California has two Free Fishing Days where anyone can participate in fishing throughout the state without purchasing a fishing license? This year’s dates will be July 2 and September 3. All fishing regulations, such as bag and size limits, gear restrictions,... Read More.
California hunters can now purchase hunting licenses for the 2022-23 season, as well as apply for the Big Game Drawing online. The deadline for the drawing is June 2 at 11:59 p.m. Be sure to check out... Read More.
Students and parents catch a break with not having to make that controversial choice to remain in public schools next year of the COVID-19 vaccination requirement. The Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not yet fully approved the vaccines for all ages within... Read More.
For Immediate Release – April 11 2022 THOMPSON AND LAMALFA INTRODUCES BIPARTISAN RESOLUTION TO RECOGNIZE IMPORTANCE OF CALIFORNIA RICELANDS IN WILDLIFE CONSERVATION Washington – Last week, Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-05) and Rep. Doug LaMalfa (CA-01) introduced a resolution in the House of Representatives to recognize the... Read More.
Your schoolchildren can ditch the mask in two weeks. In a joint statement with the governors of Oregon and Washington, California Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a new mask guidance to make face coverings a recommendation rather than a requirement. The mask lift is... Read More.
Supplemental COVID paid sick leave may be returning. Governor Newsom and state legislators in a response to the continued surge in positive cases have agreed on a framework to extend the paid sick leave to September of this year. The prior deal expired September... Read More.
As holiday work parties are underway throughout workplaces despite new COVID variants a study found that two-thirds of employees across the nation still want to attend an in person holiday party. Yet half of those that are in favor said they would only attend... Read More.