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Altogether, the event raised more than $136,000.
Two years after moving to Paradise, Zach Thomas lost his home and new business in the 2018 Camp Fire.
It's a three day one-of-a-kind course that helps keep crews safer when wildfires rip through their homeland.
Right now, Harry & David is in the process of hiring more than 5,000 seasonal workers in Medford.
Weather forecasts are predicting a historic wind event this weekend that could lead to wildfires, according to PG&E officials.
The District Attorney says it will continue investigating, but there isn't enough evidence to charge the minor right now.
Hundreds of people waited more than three hours to pick up hay over the weekend.
Putting a teal pumpkin on your doorstep will alert families there are non-food treats, like small toys, available during trick-or-treating.
This drug court has saved tax payers more than $7 million dollars since 1996.
This year, the annual coffee for a cure fundraiser is Friday, October 18.