Over one year, five people lost their lives, and over 120 were injured due to collisions on the state's highways and roadways patrolled by the Quincy CHP, and a new year-long campaign hopes to end it. The CHP Quincy area office will use grant funding... Read More.
New transportation service is coming to Plumas County for fire victims. Plumas Rural Services has been developing the Dixie Recovery Transportation Service through the Rebuilding Greenville Resource Center. This service will provide limited, reservation-based transportation to individuals within the communities affected by the Dixie... Read More.
Making that extra effort to dial the 1 and 3-digit area code before you make even local calls wasn’t for nothing; the new national suicide prevention hotline is now available. The new number, 9-8-8, launched on July 16th. You can now call or text... Read More.
The California Highway Patrol launches a multi-year hiring campaign to recruit 1000 officers. A statement from CHP says the effort is being made to meet the increasing demand for services throughout the state. Cadets can begin earning over 5500 dollars a month while in... Read More.
CHP starts Max enforcement period tomorrow at 6pm through new years weekend. The increased force is in efforts to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents, keeping your holiday travel safe. Last year over 50 people were killed in crashes and over 700 drivers... Read More.