Good morning, North State. Here's what you need to know to start your day on Oct. 23.
PG&E says crews should restore power by the end of the day, but with more high winds on the way - the utility is warning more power shut-offs could happen this weekend. PG&E said it is monitoring an additional potential wind event to arrive Sunday. Although it is still three days away and weather conditions can quickly change, it has the potential to be a larger scale event than the PSPS event that began Wednesday, Oct. 21, according to the company. Click Here to see if you could be impacted.
North Complex animal shelter set to close Friday
A shelter for animals impacted by the North Complex is set to close Friday. Meaning, animal owners have through Friday to claim your animals. Butte County administrators say in the weeks since the fire - the shelter housed over 590 large and small animals. Unclaimed pets will be spayed and neutered, then put up for adoption.
California governor lists 3 more counties to receive federal aid
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Shasta, Napa, and Sonoma counties are now listed for federal aid due to wildfires. The aid will help government agencies pay for response, recovery, and protection measures. Wildfire survivors can also get help with housing, legal services, and crisis counseling.
2 meetings scheduled today for Zogg Fire survivors
Two different meetings are scheduled Friday to help guide Zogg Fire survivors. First, Potter Handy and Attorney Mark Cibula are planning a town hall in Igo to teach homeowners their legal rights and any potential claims for property loss, business loss, and emotional harm. The town hall is at the Igo store at 6 p.m. Consumer advocate Erin Brockovich will host a community meeting for Zogg Fire victims. Brockovich and a team of attorneys will discuss the process of pursuing claims. That meeting is at 6 p.m. at VFW Post 9650, 3210 W Center St., in Anderson.