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Two dead after shooting spree, chase in Lake County

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Scientists say few spring-run salmon in Feather River likely due to heat, drought

Oroville >> Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration think two main factors caused low numbers of

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    Armed man arrested after stopping Amtrak train

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