Good morning, North State. Here's what you need to know to start your day on Feb. 11.
A woman is recovering in the hospital this morning after police say she veered off the road and into Little Chico Creek. Police say at around midnight the car driving south on Ivy Street at a high rate of speed before leaving the road, hitting a fence, and going airborne. The driver is currently at Enloe Medical Center for moderate injuries.
Police took a twice-convicted felon off the streets of Chico. It happened in the middle of the afternoon -in the 700 block of East Lassen Avenue. Chico police say they spotted 37-year-old Thomas Noble about 4 p.m., passed out after a heroin injection in his still-running car. Inside the car, police found 30 used needle syringes, a so-called "ghost gun," a stun-gun, a bullet-proof vest, and three high-capacity magazines, plus over 250 rounds of 9mm ammo.
Happening today, new resources for recovery for victims of the North Complex Fire is set to open. PG&E is hosting a new mobile help center in Berry Creek. The mobile center will be available Thursday, Feb. 11, and Thursday, Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., on 1215 Bald Rock Road. Customers can get in-person answers to questions about getting power while rebuilding after the North Complex Fire, tree removal, and other topics.
The mayor of Los Angeles says the city is just a day away from running out of COVID-19 vaccines. Starting Friday, the city will close for two days its Dodger stadium site along with the city's four other sites. The mayor is placing the blame on federal distributors and stressed that people with second dose appointments won't be impacted.
A U.S. Capitol police no-confidence vote is targeting department leadership. New video evidence highlights police encounter with the mob of Trump supporters on Jan. 6. Some officers say a lapse in intelligence and high-level operations left them vulnerable. Several officers say they are concerned about leadership's ability to manage future incidents.
Today is day three of the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump. House managers prosecuting Trump continue presenting their case today, after showing a dramatic video Wednesday of the Jan. 6 insurrection not before seen publicly. The Trump legal team takes the floor tomorrow and will continue to argue the president's words are protected free speech and that he never intended to provoke the attack.