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Red Box raises prices

If you’re thinking about renting a movie from RedBox…you’ll pay a little more. The company raised prices by a quarter to $1.50 per night, Blu-rays will be $2 a night. Redbox is hoping the increase revenue will allow them to expand their service.

Suicide attempt ends with arrest

A Willits man admitted firing a shotgun at himself while driving a pickup northbound on Highway 101 near White Deer Lodge on November 17th about 10:30pm. Willits News reports, A California Highway Patrol officer driving in the adjacent lane heard the gunshot and observed the driver’s side window explode outwards. The officer called for backup […]

Turkey Tips

Thanksgiving is just two days away and most cooks are already focused on the turkey…If your turkey is frozen…you better start thawing it out now. Charla draper with the butterball turkey talkline says temperature is also key: white meat should be 165-degrees. The dark meat should be about 180-degrees. If you have any questions…you can […]

Dollar General Considering Three New Locations

Dollar General would like to add some new locations in Lake County. The company has two stores under construction already — and are exploring adding three additional locations in the county — including in Kelseyville and Middletown. Dollar General hasn’t applied for permits yet — but rather looking into the feasability of each site. The […]

Emergency Drought Declaration Continues in Lake County

The Lake County Board of Supervisors voted again during their last meeting to extend an emergency declaration due to the drought conditions. It’s the eighth extension of the drought declaration since the first one was passed back in March. The board has to review the emergency declaration’s status every 30 days. The Lake County Office […]

Ukiah Will Have a New Mayor

Ukiah will have a new mayor. The final election results were released on Friday, confirming that Phil Baldwin has lost his bid for a fifth term on the city council. After the election results are confirmed for the November 4th General Election, there will be three new faces on the city council, who will be […]

Threat Against School Discredited

A threat that was posted on social media site against Ukiah Schools has been discredited by the Ukiah Police Department. Someone said they were going to take a gun to an unspecified school. Police were able to track down the person who made the threat and do not believe the person had intent of causing […]

Bicyclist killed in crash

A fatal accident Saturday night has left a bicyclist dead. The 62-year-old St. Helena man, whose name has not been released was hit by two vehicles on Highway 29 near Middletown. The CHP’s report said that at a little after 10pm Saturday, 62-year-old Alma Cross of Clearlake was driving her SUV northbound on Highway 29 […]

CHP Enforcement period

During one of the busiest travel weekends of the year. The California Highway Patrol, along with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration wants to encourage travelers to always buckle up, avoid driving distracted, obey the posted speed limit, and never drink and drive. The Thanksgiving holiday reporting period begins Wednesday, Nov. 26, at 6 pm […]

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