Damon Arthur, Redding.com News Now

Damon Arthur

Redding.com News Now

Redding, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Damon:

'Atmospheric river' to bring up to 9 inches of rain to North State, but ease off by Wednesay

The atmospheric river that has been flowing through the North State, bringing up to 9 inches of rain in some parts of the region, is expected to ease up a bit this week, → Read More

Redding news roundup: Pedestrian killed, another seriously hurt in crash

News in brief from around the North State for October 2021. → Read More

Wild horse corrals near Susanville closed to the public due to highly contagious disease

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management wild horse and burro corrals near Susanville have been closed to the public due to an outbreak of a highly contagious disease. → Read More

State, county begin Fawn Fire hazardous waste cleanup

Shasta County and state officials are beginning the first phase of cleanup following the recent Fawn Fire north of Redding. → Read More

Shasta supervisor recall leader Zapata found not guilty of battery

A jury has found Shasta supervisor recall supporter Carlos Zapata not guilty in the battery of supervisor supporter Nathan Pinkney. → Read More

Fawn Fire: Containment now at 50% as blaze doesn't grow overnight; chance for small amount of rain Monday

Forward progress has been stopped on the Fawn Fire, but there is still a threat the fire could spread. → Read More

Fire updates: Major North State blazes burning more than 1.7 million acres

Fire crews continued to make progress on getting numerous North State fires contained on Sunday. → Read More

How Fawn Fire 'extreme fire behavior' moved Redding area blaze to nation's No. 1 priority

The Fawn Fire was given the highest priority among wildfires across the country. → Read More

While a big one rips north of town, several small fires break out in Redding

The Redding Fire Department had its hands full with several small grass fires — several of them intentionally set — within the city limits. → Read More

'All bets are off:' Hot, dry and breezy conditions ripe for fire

The high temperature today is expected to reach 97 degrees. → Read More

Summer coming to an end, but fire season continues

Summer comes to an end today, but the sun isn't setting on fire season in California. → Read More

Shasta supervisors vote against letter opposing vaccine mandates

The Shasta County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday passed a resolution opposing COVID-19 vaccine mandates for government workers and employees of private businesses. → Read More

County: 'Stop fighting' measures needed to slow the spread of COVID-19

The COVID-19 case rate in Shasta County is considered "extremely high." → Read More

Smoke trapped in the Redding area generates some of the worst air quality in the country

Fires have blown smoke into the Redding area. → Read More

Police: Redding high school student killed in crash involving stolen car, four others injured

One Enterprise High School student was killed and four others were injured in a traffic incident Sunday morning. → Read More

Redding news roundup: Beer Week continues without Beerlympics

News in brief from around the North State for August 2021. → Read More

Dixie Fire updates: More evacuation orders lifted; Janesville, Milford residents return

The Dixie Fire grew about 4,990 acres from Saturday to Sunday. There have been 1,247 structures destroyed and another 90 damaged. → Read More

Here is what one Trinity County mountain town did when they saw fire coming

With the Monument Fire bearing down on Hayfork, the sheriff's office ordered most residents living north of Highway 3 to leave. The fire captain there is upbeat, though, about his town's chances in the face of a new threat. → Read More

Morgan Fire leaves Mineral residents worried their mountain town will be the next one threatened by fire

The Morgan Fire started north of Highway 36 and is burning in Lassen Volcanic National Park. → Read More

As Dixie Fire grows to 604,000 acres, Susanville residents asked to be ready to evacuate

The Dixie Fire grew to nearly 580,000 acres by Monday night. → Read More