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California's population has grown by the fastest rate in nearly a decade. The figures come from the state Department of Finance and show California added 332,000 people between July of 2012 and the same time this year.
Mother Lode representatives in the state legislature have joined dozens of other lawmakers calling on Gov. Jerry Brown and President Barack Obama to declare a drought emergency in California.
The grant funding will go towards projects that will improve forest and watershed health in the burned area.
The Hard Freeze Warning for the Mother Lode below 2000 feet has been extended through 8 am Wednesday.
Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties want to help you get out of the cold. Both have warming shelters open for you to fight the chill.
There are recommended items to have on hand to make sure you are prepared for whatever Mother Nature dishes out this weekend.
The National Weather Service issued a "Winter Storm Warning" for the west slope of the Sierra Nevada, recommending people not travel except in emergencies due to severe winter weather conditions, including downed trees and power lines.
A Tuolumne County official said this week that federal prosecutors have "privately declared" their intention to charge a hunter who earlier this year sparked the Rim Fire, the third-largest in California history.
The Peaceful Oak interchange project, off of the new section of the East Sonora Bypass, is up for discussion as to whether it should be funded.
The California Department of Water Resources last week released its annual experimental winter outlook, which anticipated mostly dry weather conditions through Sept.
One fifth-grade class on Wednesday read the story of the phoenix, a mythological bird rising from the ashes to be more beautiful than before - a story akin to the Sonora Elementary School community after a Nov. 23 fire that destroyed most of the contents of 15 classrooms.
The Enochs High School drama and biotech forensic departments will present "Where the Sidewalk Ends," based on the beloved poetry of Shel Silverstein, along with original student poetry and contemporary music at 6 p.m. tonight and 2 p.m Saturday in the campus multipurpose room, 3201 Sylvan Ave. Enochs students will be accompanied on guitar by Ryan ... (more)