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The Milepost 97 Fire is burning near Interstate 5 and has grown to 6,000 acres. Air quality in parts of Southern Oregon is at unhealthy levels.

Erin Brown lacked enough insurance to rebuild after the Carr Fire. A volunteer group vowed to cover the shortfall. A groundbreaking took place Friday.

Master gardeners answer readers’ questions about plants, garden tools and their use, and gardening techniques.

If signed, law would require candidates to release tax returns as criteria for inclusion on primary ballot.

Photos and interviews show what has changed and what hasn't one year since the Carr Fire hit the Redding area.

Enjoy a new issue of WOVEN here: Woven Issue 6 In it, we talk about our most iconic patterns and stripes. Enjoy!

A Shasta County judge ordered Todd Garr to community service and anger management training following his conviction for a 2017 road rage incident.

Officers believe the robbery that happened Monday afternoon might be connected to others in the greater Sacramento Valley.

Robert Mueller repeatedly referred lawmakers back to his written report and deflected questions about how he conducted his investigation.

Pagato cafe at Mercy Medical Center whips up specialty lattes and treats for staff, patients and visitors.

If more fuel breaks had been created before the Carr Fire, there's a good chance the clearances would've at least slowed down the pace of the blaze.

The fire has a moderate rate of spread, according to scanner communications.

The Hat Creek Rim Overlook is ADA wheelchair accessible, provides an access point onto the Pacific Crest Trail PCT, and offers amazing views of the valley as well as Lassen Peak and Mt. Shasta.

Volunteer on the Pacific Crest Trail - Volunteer your passion for the PCT. Be outdoors. Play in the dirt. Sleep under the stars. Join a trail crew.

Daffodil Hill in Amador County announced it will be closing indefinitely due to the large volume of visitors in a Facebook post on Monday.

Readers can submit photos for “Hot Shot” consideration to photo@chicoer.com.