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Fatal Shooting Saturday Night

There was a fatal shooting over the weekend. Sheriff’s deputies, along with medics and firefighters from Northshore Fire Protection District and Cal Fire, responded to the report of a gunshot victim. Lake County News reports, the shooting occurred Saturday night shortly before 10 o’clock in the Spring Valley subdivision east of Clearlake Oaks. Reports from […]

Appellate Court Rules in Favor of Rivero

A state appellate court has ruled in favor of Lake County’s outgoing sheriff. The ruling stated that Sheriff Frank Rivero was entitled to a more extended period of outside legal representation when disputing District Attorney Don Anderson’s decision to place him on the “Brady” list of officers in early 2013. That is a list kept […]

Authorities Look for Wanted Man

Authorities are still looking for a man who ran into the Cow Mountain area following a chase on Friday. UPD says the chase happened just before noon down Talmage and Mill Creek Roads where the suspect crashed through three gates on private land. The suspect, is identified as Christian Wayne Hunt, 43, and he is […]

Holiday Closures Puiblic Services

Some Christmas closures to be aware of from public services: The Eastlake Landfill in Clearlake and the Public Services office in Lakeport will be closed Wednesday, and Thursday, for the Christmas holiday. The Lake County Waste Solutions Transfer Station at 230 Soda Bay Road in Lakeport will be closed Thursday, and will reopen Friday, Dec. […]

Lake Mendocino Faring Better this Drought

The City of Ukiah Public Works Director told city council members that that there’s more water in Lake Mendocino now than in previous drought years. The Ukiah Daily Journal reports that Tim Eriksen says that as of last Wednesday, there was 48,000 acre-feet of water stored in the lake, while in 2013, there was only […]

It could be a longer wait for your tax refund next year

It could take longer for you to get your income tax refund next year. The IRS commissioner John Koskinen says budget cuts enacted by congress means fewer agents will be auditing returns, and about half of the people who call the IRS for help won’t reach someone. He says the budget cuts could hurt taxpayer […]

Arrests made in home invasion

Bail is set at $400,000 for a Petaluma man. 21 year old Mark Papillion was booked into the Mendocino County Jail for his suspected involvement in a past Redwood Valley home invasion. According to the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office, a home invasion was reported on September 7th at 4 in the morning. One man was […]

Clear Lake Level on the Rise

Clear Lake’s level continues to rise. The Record-Bee reports that as of noon Wednesday, the lake level was 1.82 feet on the Rumsey Gauge. As of 10:15 p.m. last night, Clear Lake was 2.04 feet on the Rumsey Gauge. Last year, the maximum the lake level reached was 2.4 feet on the Rumsey Gauge. Yolo […]

Fort Bragg Ending Water Emergency

Because the recent rains have helped to replenish groundwater and flows in local rivers and streams, The city of Fort Bragg is ending its Stage 1 Water Emergency designation. The Fort Bragg public works director says they are happy to be able to fully serve all of their customers. He adds that even though the […]

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