California newspapers have a legal right to publish the names of children who are subjected to abuse if a name is newsworthy, a Sacramento appellate court ruled Friday.
Attorneys for J.C. Eaglesmith and the Plumas Unified School District are completing the terms of a settlement agreement in a federal racial discrimination lawsuit, canceling the need for a jury trial scheduled Monday, said Peter Haberfeld, Eaglesmith's lawyer.
Audrienne Osborne, 17, is the illustrator of a new booklet for junior rangers distributed by Lassen Volcanic National Park.
A veteran detective with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department who lives in Yuba City was arrested Friday in Sutter County on possible assault charges, according to reports in the Marysville Appeal-Democrat.
Lassen Volcanic National Park officials will hold a community meeting Wednesday in Old Station to share lessons learned from last year's 28,000-acre Reading fire.
A wrongful termination lawsuit filed against Lassen County by former county Administrative Officer Tom Stone has been postponed to June 17.
A bill that would make some changes to California's landmark environmental review law moved forward in the state Senate on Wednesday, but Democrats rejected a GOP-backed proposal as "too broad and comprehensive a change."
Two fires burning in mountainous terrain south of Highway 32, about 40 miles east of Chico, began within hours of each other Wednesday morning, a California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection official said.
A fire erupting in a shed at Sierra Pacific Industries' Quincy sawmill destroyed one building and damaged the plant's electrical system, temporarily closing all operations.