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Wayne Clay takes Timber the beaver for a dip in the backyard kiddie pool. [Read More]
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The county is letting homeowners rebuilding after the Carr Fire to build using an older set of codes, perhaps saving thousands of dollars. [Read More]
The deadline to apply for Carr Fire disaster assistance is approaching on Oct. 3... [Read More]
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The deadline is approaching for victims of the Carr Fire to apply for disaster assistance. [Read More]
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The Cambria Fire Department helped fight the Carr Fire in August in the Northern California town of Redding on a mutual aid assignment. Crew members... [Read More]
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Shasta Regional Community Foundation has received donations both big and small designated for disaster relief from the Carr Fire. [Read More]
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A black bear cub that was burned in the deadly Carr Fire earlier this summer in Shasta County returned to the wild this week after... [Read More]
A young female bear burned during the Carr Fire in Shasta County is back in the wild. [Read More]
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A young female bear burned during the Carr Fire in Shasta County is back in the wild. [Read More]
The Shasta County DA cracked down on unlicensed contractors during the Carr Fire in an undercover sting operation. [Read More]
Nine people were arrested this week during an undercover sting operation targeting unlicensed contractors in wake of the Carr Fire, the DA's office says. [Read More]
The Shasta County District Attorney's Office is warning the public to be on the lookout for scammers looking to take advantage of Carr Fire victims. [Read More]
Zita Harrington Biehle, a single mother of 6, lost her Lake Keswick Estates home in the Carr Fire. [Read More]
The Shasta County District Attorney's Office announced today that 9 Carr Fire arrests were made in an undercover sting operation. [Read More]
The bear burned in the Carr Fire was returned to the wild Wednesday. [Read More]
A badly-burned yearling bear rescued from Whiskeytown during the Carr Fire is released six weeks later in Trinity County. [Read More]
Animal lovers are trying to feed and give water to pets displaced during the Carr Fire until rescues can make room for them. [Read More]
Brennan Fox, a 50-year-old veteran who lost his home in the Carr Fire, talks about the challenges veterans face because of the fire. [Read More]
Blanca Jeffers and Rod Durler rescue displaced pets from burned out Carr Fire areas. They talk about the pets they've seen wandering. [Read More]
California Department of Fish and Wildlife wardens and staff transport the badly burned bear to safety. [Read More]
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