Holiday Market in Paradise closes its doors. Also, former Sacramento resident Tyre Nichols was remembered on Monday evening by family and friends, and thieves steal more than $35 million from some of the state’s most vulnerable residents.
As a “bomb cyclone” descends on Northern California today, storms have already tested a region highly vulnerable to flooding. One report says the Central Valley needs $30 billion in improvements over 30 years.
PG&E’s CEO says she’s focused on gaining back the public’s trust after catastrophic and deadly wildfires. Also, experts say California is likely to endure more frequent droughts, and farmworkers marched to the state Capitol in support of a union-voting bill.
A year after the Dixie Fire, survivors are working to aid victims of another devastating blaze. Also, the city of Chico’s Pallet shelter site has served about 175 people since its opening, and the McKinney Fire has burned more than 60,000 acres and was 60% contained.
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors terminates the county’s health officer in a narrow vote. Also, officials in Butte County struggle to fund road repairs following disasters, and homicide charges are filed after last month’s mass shooting in Sacramento.
A new temporary city manager was chosen by the Chico City Council. Also, the early release of a suspect connected with the mass shooting in downtown Sacramento is reigniting debates about criminal justice reform laws, and California wants electric vehicle sales to triple in the next four years.
A Redding woman intends to plead guilty in an alleged abduction hoax. Also, rural school districts face challenges hiring teachers and applying for grants, and Sacramento police have identified an additional suspect in connection with this month’s mass shooting in downtown Sacramento.
Chico City Council selects new district map. Also, the man accused of carrying out a mass shooting in Oroville appeared in court Wednesday, and Sacramento police now believe at least five people fired guns during the mass shooting downtown.
Sacramento police arrested a second person Tuesday in connection with Sunday’s mass shooting. Also, a vigil was held for the six people killed, and a fire preparedness workshop was held in Paradise ahead of a potentially dangerous wildfire season.