Fuel Reduction Project Using An Air Curtain Incinerator, Carmel

Fuel Reduction Project Using An Air Curtain Incinerator, Carmel

Carmel, CA…Through a partnership with California State Parks, Cypress Fire Protection District, Carmel Highlands Fire Protection District and CAL FIRE, we will be conducting fuels reduction projects in the Point Lobos Ranch and Hatton Canyon areas, from March 20th – 30th, 2017. The purpose of these projects is to improve forest health and reduce hazardous […]

CHP Tip-A-Cop Event April 5th

CHP Tip-A-Cop Event April 5th

Santa Cruz, CA…The Santa Cruz CHP will be hosting a Tip-A-Cop event, on April 5th, from 5-8pm with all proceeds to benefit Special Olympics of Northern California. Over 3,000 law enforcement personnel from Federal, Military, State, County and Local agencies participate in the Torch Run campaign. Funds are raised through a variety of activities, such […]

Memorial Service For Fire Captain Julie Freeman

Memorial Service For Fire Captain Julie Freeman

Monterey, CA…– It is with great sadness that CAL FIRE announces a memorial service for fallen Fire Captain Julie Freeman. Captain Freeman was a highly-respected member of CAL FIRE who embodied the values of the department and dedicated her life to serving the citizens of California. Captain Freeman passed away on March 5th, 2017 after […]

Make Plans For Sea Otter Classic

Make Plans For Sea Otter Classic

Salinas, CA…The Sea Otter Classic Cycling Festival is coming to Laguna Seca on April 20-23, 2017. This 27th Annual “Celebration of Cycling” includes a massive Expo with over 500 exhibitors demonstrating new products and handing out samples. Check out the international food court, stunt shows, free kids activities and more. Pro and amateur cyclist compete […]

Ocean Rescue At Carmel River State Beach

Ocean Rescue At Carmel River State Beach

Carmel, CA…– At about 11:21 a.m. on Thursday, March 9, 2017, Cypress Fire Protection District, Carmel Highlands Fire Protection District, Pebble Beach Community Services District Fire Department, Carmel City Fire Department, California State Parks and an ambulance from Carmel City responded to a call for a diver in distress at Carmel River State Beach, (Monterey […]

Start Smart Presentation At Aptos Library

Start Smart Presentation At Aptos Library

Aptos, CA…The California Highway Patrol is offering a traffic safety program for teenage drivers and their parents. The Start Smart Program is aimed at helping future and newly licensed teenage drivers become aware of the responsibilities that accompany the privilege of being a licensed California driver. This program is designed as an educational tool for […]

CTA Human Rights Awards Go To Eight Educators Across State Who Transformed Communities, Students

CTA Human Rights Awards Go To Eight Educators  Across State Who Transformed Communities, Students

Burlingame, CA…Eight inspiring and dedicated educators from across the state are this year’s winners of the annual California Teachers Association’s Human Rights Awards for their outstanding dedication to promoting and protecting human and civil rights. “The passion and sense of justice and community involvement that these educators all show inspires them to make a difference […]

California’s 20th Annual ‘Read Across America’ Is Thursday ~ Teachers, Students, Parents & Celebrities Celebrate Joys of Reading

California’s 20th Annual ‘Read Across America’  Is Thursday ~ Teachers, Students, Parents & Celebrities Celebrate Joys of Reading

Burlingame, CA…California’s public school educators will join a nationwide celebration of reading on Thursday, March 2, as they meet up with parents, city officials, firefighters and TV and movie actors at events statewide for the National Education Association’s 20th annual “Read Across America” extravaganza. Millions of people across the nation will take part in the […]

Sierra Snowpack’s Water Content Remains Far above Average

Sierra Snowpack’s Water Content Remains Far above Average

Sacramento, CA…The Sierra Nevada snowpack continues to build during one of the wettest winters in California’s recorded history. Today’s manual snow survey by the Department of Water Resources (DWR) at Phillips Station in the Sierra Nevada found a snow water equivalent (SWE) of 43.4 inches. February’s Phillips survey found 28.0 inches of SWE, and January’s […]

Triple Fatality Collision On State Route 1

Triple Fatality Collision On State Route 1

Santa Barbara, CA…On February 28th at approximately 4:24 p.m. a white Buick was traveling south on SR-1, north of Wilder, at an unknown rate of speed. The driver of the Buick lost control, likely due to speed and over correction, and crossed over the double yellow lines into the northbound lane. The Buick was struck […]

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