SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – A U.S. attorney from California announced two suspects who played a role in a bribery scheme in Siskiyou County have now been sentenced. It’s a case that’s been developing for years. Former Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey said it ...

WEED, CA.– The Siskiyou County Office of Emergency Services is in the process of opening a local assistance center for the Mill and Mountain Fires. OES said its working with the state to open the center by Friday. It says ...

YREKA, Calif. – Several businesses in Yreka are working with “World Central Kitchen”. The non-profit organization works with local businesses to buy food to help those in need. C & C Candies is one of the businesses working with World ...

YREKA, CA.– Firefighters are still making progress on the McKinney Fire, and containment is now at 55%. The fire only grew about 10 acres since Monday, it’s now at 60,389 acres total. Even though the fire lines are being tested ...

YREKA, Calif. – The McKinney Fire has now grown to more than 60,300 acres and is 40% contained. Firefighters made significant progress on the McKinney Fire this weekend. But, the Forest Service is being cautious as high wind gusts could ...

YREKA, CA.– The Siskiyou Office of Emergency Management said 87 homes and 132 total structures have been destroyed by the McKinney Fire so far. Fire officials are expecting fire activity to increase this weekend. The fire has spread to more ...

YREKA, Calif. – Rescue ranch in Yreka has been an important place for those evacuated from the McKinney fire. The shelter is seeing over 160 pets from those displaced from the fire. Now with certain evacuation restrictions lifted people have ...

YREKA, CA.– Even though many people have been evacuated from the Yreka area, businesses are still seeing a steady flow of customers. Places like the Rain Rock Casino said some of their customers have been evacuated from their homes and ...

YREKA, CA– Rainstorms helped cool down the eastern part of the Mckinney Fire but fire officials said that’s only temporary. A spokesperson said the rain may slow down the fire activity in the area, but as the weather gets warmer, ...

SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – Some residents who were forced to evacuate due to the McKinney Fire in Northern California will be allowed to return home. The Siskiyou County Office of Emergency Management issued the following evacuation downgrades in a press ...

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