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Briceburg Fire: 5,563 acres, 63 percent contained, mandatory evacuations lifted

Fire crews held their ground over the Briceburg Fire overnight and even gained more containment over the flames. → Read More

Briceburg Fire: 5,563 acres, 60 percent contained, mandatory evacuations lifted

Fire crews continue battling the Briceburg Fire, which grew approximately a couple hundred acres Saturday. → Read More

Briceburg Fire: 5,190 acres, 49 percent contained, mandatory evacuations lifted

Fire crews continue battling the Briceburg Fire, which grew approximately 90 acres overnight. → Read More

Briceburg Fire: 5,100 acres, 40 percent contained, mandatory evacuations lifted

Fire crews continue battling the Briceburg Fire, which grew a couple hundred acres Friday. → Read More

Briceburg Fire: 4,900 acres, 25 percent contained, PG&E outages go into effect

The Briceburg Fire once again grew overnight and has now burned 4,900 acres. → Read More

Briceburg Fire: 4,400 acres, 15 percent contained, PG&E outages go into effect

The Briceburg Fire has more than doubled in less than 24 hours and is now at 4,400 acres. → Read More

PG&E shuts off power to parts of Mariposa Co., part of statewide wildfire plan affecting 800,000 customers

PG&E has shut off power to parts of Mariposa County. → Read More

Briceburg Fire: 4,400 acres, 10 percent contained, PG&E outages to go into effect

The Briceburg Fire has more than doubled in less than 24 hours and is now at 4,400 acres. → Read More

Briceburg Fire grows overnight; 600 acres burned, 5 percent contained, evacuations still in place

The Briceburg Fire grew by 50 acres overnight and has now burned 600 acres. CAL FIRE says evacuations orders are still in place as crews work to contain the fire. → Read More

Suspect arrested for hit & run crash that paralyzed Madera mother

The family of a hit and run victim in the North Valley is now one step closer to justice. → Read More

Camera captures brazen mail thief in action in Merced County

Merced County detectives are investigating a series of mail thefts - caught on camera. → Read More

Merced County Sheriff's Office releases name of deputy shot in Dos Palos

The Merced County Sheriff's Office has now released the name of the deputy who was shot in Dos Palos last Wednesday. → Read More

North Valley mother asking vandals to stop targeting her sons grave

A North Valley mother is making a plea for vandals to stop targeting her son's grave site and others at the same cemetery. → Read More

Man wanted for double fatal accident in Merced County found shot dead in Mexico

A case involving the death of two young girls has taken a strange twist. → Read More

Merced County fire officials inspecting properties for overgrown weeds to help prevent fires

Many local fire departments will start inspecting properties for overgrown weeds early next month. → Read More

Recent storm has helped some state reservoirs reach highest levels in 3 years, others still low

The recent rain has helped some of the state's reservoirs reach their highest levels in three years-- but others are still well below average. → Read More

Recent storms give Yosemite a boost with several inches of fresh snow

Yosemite National Park is getting a boost from the recent storms. The waterfalls are flowing, and the ski area has several inches of fresh snow. → Read More

Roads closed due to flooding in the North Valley

Some North Valley roads are closed because of flooding from this weekend's rain. → Read More

Historic Yosemite sign stolen days before upcoming name changes

A stone gate house marks the entrance to Yosemite's most luxurious hotel, The Ahwahnee. But the simple structure is now missing the sign that was placed at its peak in 1930. → Read More

New body scanner improves safety at Merced County jails

Images from the scanner show just some of the drugs and other illegal items inmates have tried to smuggle in to the Merced County jail by hiding them in their bodies. → Read More