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Dixie Fire Update: Firefighters Battle To Save Chester; 'We Lost Greenville Tonight'; Lassen Volcanic National Park Shut Down
Crews continued a running battle with the Dixie Fire in the burning neighborhoods of Greenville and to the northwest in Chester early Thursday, trying to save what homes and structures they could and making sure residents were able to escape the wall of flames.
UPDATE: Suspicious Device Found Along Oakland Waterfront Not An Explosive, Evacuations Lifted
Oakland Police investigated a suspicious package Thursday afternoon while evacuating nearby businesses for their safety.
Photos: Dixie Fire Destroys Homes, Businesses In Greenville
A wall of wind-whipped flames from the Dixie Fire roared into the Plumas County community of Greenville Wednesday night, igniting homes as firefighters desperately attempted to rescue residents who had failed to obey orders to evacuate.
Golden State Warriors
Report: Steph Curry Signs Record $215 Million Extension With Golden State Warriors
NBA superstar Stephen Curry has reportedly agreed to a record-setting contract extension with the Golden State Warriors.
NBA Draft: Warriors Take G League Forward Kuminga, Arkansas Guard Moody in First Round
The Golden State Warriors selected Congolese G League forward Jonathan Kuminga and Arkansas guard Moses Moody with their first two picks in the NBA Draft Thursday night.
Raiders Team President Marc Badain Resigns; Helped Orchestrate Team's Move To Vegas
Raiders team president Marc Badain has resigned just before the start of training camp after helping orchestrate the team’s move to Las Vegas.
Raiders' Carl Nassib Becomes 1st Active NFL Player To Come Out As Gay
Carl Nassib, a defensive lineman for the Las Vegas Raiders, became the first active NFL player in league's 100-plus year history to come out as gay.
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'South Park' Brings 14 New Movies To Paramount+, 3 More Seasons On Comedy Central
'South Park' co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have agreed to a new deal with MTV Entertainment Studios extending the series on Comedy Central through 2027 for an unprecedented 30th season.
'It Was Terrifying, Moving & Awe-Inspiring': Director Lucy Walker On CBSN Documentary 'Bring Your Own Brigade'
Bring Your Own Brigade, an incendiary look at California's wildfire crisis, hits theaters this Friday and streams on the CBS News app and Paramount+ on August 20.
'DREAM TEAM: Birth Of The Modern Athlete' Documentary Series Now Streaming On Paramount+
A new five-part docuseries on the legendary "Dream Team" exploring new audio interviews and rare footage is streaming on Paramount+
'A Lot Of Relationships Develop That You Weren't Expecting': Katherine Moennig & Leisha Hailey On Season 2 Of ' The L Word: Generation Q'
The stars of "The L Word: Generation Q" preview season two of the hit series on Showtime and explain how this show has impacted the LGBTQ+ community.
'You See The Redemption & All They've Been Through': Remy Ma On VH1's 'My True Crime Story'
The musician previews VH1's new series about ordinary people who lived through headline grabbing criminal activity and how they ultimately found redemption.
Jason Weaver Previews The Season Four Finale Of Showtime's 'The Chi'
The actor previews the season four finale of "The Chi" on Showtime and the power that this series has on audiences around the country.
CBSN Bay Area
Jet Fuel Shortage Impacts Air Travel Around the West
A shortage of jet fuel, coupled with supply chain issues and an urgent demand from firefighting aircraft, continues to cause problems at airports around the West.
Amtrak Plans To Spend $7.3B On New Trains From Sacramento Factory
Amtrak plans to spend $7.3 billion to replace 83 passenger trains, some nearly a half-century old, with new trains built in Sacramento, though much of the funding must still be approved by Congress.
Wine Country Sees Surge of Memorial Day Weekend Visitors
In Napa Valley, there is relief that COVID-19’s grip may be coming to an end. As a result, a lot of people are treating Memorial Day weekend as a kind of spring break from the pandemic.
CBSN Bay Area
About The Bay: How State Budget Cuts Affect Sick Workers
Cuts in the state budget have hit a lot of people hard, but they hit especially hard when you’re already hurting. If you’re sick and off work in the State of California some federal under-funding issues could have a major impact on you.