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Last week, the Chico Police Department announced that they created a new unit to combat violent crimes in Chico.
Many Bear fire victims remain separated from their pets two weeks after the fire erupted.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday reverted to its previous guidance about how coronavirus is transmitted, removing language about airborne transmission it had posted just days earlier.
Coronavirus restrictions forced restaurants to offer outdoor dining only and faced addtional challenges as wildfires polluted the air.
Many animals have been displaced and left behind as fires continue to burn all throughout Northern California and the North Valley Animal Disaster Group teams showed Action News Now how these animals are being cared for and brought back to safety.
Thousands of people are still not allowed to return to their homes and many have no where to take shelter. The parking lot at Lakeside market has resources and shelter available for evacuees.
Several United States post offices have had to close due to the fast-moving fires in Northern California. Some evacuees from the Bear Fire shared their frustrations about not knowing where to pick up their mail.
President Donald Trump arrived at McClellan Park at 10:50 a.m. Monday. Trump’s visit to Sacramento prompted dozens of demonstraters on both sides, hoping to be heard.
One family loses their home due to the Bear Fire just two weeks after remodeling their home.
Evacuation centers are up and running in Butte and Yuba counties for those who had to leave their homes due to the bear fire and there are also options for those who need a place to take their livestock.
Data is updated nightly.
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