More Roadwork on the Way to Slow Down Your Summer Travel

More roadwork is slated to start next Monday to impact your travel this summer. Caltrans District 2 and Dig It construction will begin the Potato Patch Overlay Project along SR 32 in Tehama county at the Plumas County border. Work will begin at 28... Read More.

Summer Heat is Here Bringing the 1st Days of 100 Degree Temps

The heat of summer is finally here and brings above-average temperatures with it. With decreasing winds, high pressure moves into the area pushing temperatures to the 100 mark. By midweek the region could also experience late-day thunderstorms. Chris Smallcomb with the Reno national weather... Read More.

Free Lunch For Lassen and Plumas Children Through Summer

Kids across Lassen and Plumas County can eat free lunch this summer. The Susanville School district is continuing to provide free lunches to children aged 1 to 18. You can pick up lunch and breakfast for the next day at McKinley elementary school on... Read More.

Nor Cal Fire Outlook Remains High Thru Summer

Northern California will have an above-normal wildland fire potential outlook through September. According to Predictive Services with the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC), La Nina will continue to weaken over the summer and bring above-average temperatures across the north state and below-average rainfall. Much... Read More.

Summer Bizz Johnson Trail Shuttle Service Returns

This weekend bus shuttle service returns to the Bizz Johnson. Starting Saturday you can enjoy a ride tailored to help you enjoy the trails, and no better day to launch than National Trails Day. The Bureau of Land Management and Lassen Rural bus have... Read More.

More Summer Roadwork Impacts SR 70 and 89 Travel

The Caltrans Butterfly Two Wolf Creek Rock Fence project is underway bringing you more delays through your travel on SR 70 and 89. You will see crews replacing the existing rock fencing at multiple points as well as performing culvert rehabilitation. Your delays will... Read More.

Old Farmer’s Almanac Says Nor Cal to Have Wet Summer

The oldest weather predictor in the country says summer in northern California will be hot and rainy. The Old Farmer’s Almanac just released this summer’s prediction with data based on 30 year statistical averages from the National Oceanic and atmosphere Administration. So far we... Read More.