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July 4th weekend Public Service Announcement [COVID-19 Guidelines & Information]

Hello folks of venturacounty!
Since Governor Newsom will not be making a press conference today (it's apparently an observed holiday), I have decided to instead compile a list of guidelines and helpful information to help keep you and your loved ones safe & happy celebrating this July 4th weekend.
Information has been compiled from the Governor himself via Twitter, FB, or covid19.ca.gov as well as various reliable news outlets. Feel free to openly start discussions on specific county laws and ordinances. I have tried to include some pertinent ones for Santa Barbara, Ventura, Orange County, & LA. I will be periodically updating this post as more information gets released.
   
From Newsom's 07/02 press conference:
Masks keep Californians healthy! Wear One! Renewed emphasis on the evidence pointing to decreased transmission rates with masks. Masks are one of the most impactful COVID-19 prevention measures. Countries that have implemented masks or have had universal mask policies in place have seen significantly less spread of COVID-19. Similar trends in other US states who have adopted masks early.
Californians should not gather with people you do not live with. Avoid crowds. We need to temper the curve again like we did months ago. This week is EXTREMELY important, the Governor stresses. He wishes us all a Happy 4th of July otherwise!
"We are just trying to encourage people to be safe, thoughtful of self and others. Just because someone else is doing it, doesn't mean you should..." He encourages people to do the right thing. Look at the hard numbers. The facts.
 
"Consider that when you are coming together with people this weekend, that one of those statistics could be YOU!"
   
Today's COVID-19 Statistics
California now has 248,235 confirmed cases of COVID-19, resulting in 6,263 deaths. The number of COVID-related deaths increased by 1.6 percent from Wednesday’s total of 6,163. The number of COVID-19 diagnostic test results in California reached a total of 4,448,176 an increase of 109,458 tests since Wednesday. The rate of positive tests over the last 14 days is 6.4 percent. California’s hospitalizations due to COVID-19 increased by 151 from Wednesday.
82,819 new cases in last 14 days. 1,292,474 tests conducted in last 14 days. 6.4% positivity rate.
 
List of counties on watchlist (updated 07/03):
(Old: 18) Fresno, Glenn, Imperial, Kern, Kings, LA, Merced, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Solano, Stanislaus, Tulare, Ventura
(New: 2) San Diego, Monterey
(Removed: 1) Contra Costa
 
What's open? [editor's note: The 20 counties on the watchlist may experience variance. Look under "What is open with county variance?" or refer to your local county website]
 
Essential services that protect public health, public safety, and provide essential needs will remain open, such as:
Gas stations
Pharmacies
Food: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants, restaurants with outdoor dining
Banks
Laundromats/laundry services
Childcare
Essential state and local government functions will also remain open, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services.
 
Retailers can open statewide. All will require modifications to support social distancing. This includes:
Shopping malls
Libraries
Movie theaters and drive-in theaters (with modifications)
Bookstores
Jewelry stores
Toy stores
Clothing and shoe stores
Home and furnishing stores
Sporting goods stores
Florists
Offices (in all sectors, not only critical infrastructure)
 
Limited services which do not generally require close customer contact, such as:
Pet grooming
Dog walking
Car washes Appliance repair
Residential and janitorial cleaning
Places of worship [New guidelines released 07/01]
Plumbing
Outdoor museums
 
Music, film, and TV production
Professional sports (without live audiences)
Schools and day camps
What's closed?
 
Statewide, the following are still closed:
Personal services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Public events and gatherings, like live audience sports
Convention centers
Theme parks and festivals
Higher education (in person), except where supporting essential workforce activities, including but not limited to providing housing solutions, COVID-19 response, and training and instruction for the essential workforce.
Indoor playgrounds, like bounce centers, ball pits and laser tag
Saunas and steam rooms
Recreational team sports
What is open with county variance?
 
The following may open only in counties approved to move further in the Resilience Roadmap:
Dine-in restaurants
Hair salons and barber shops
Casinos
 
Counties that are approved to progress further into the Resilience Roadmap can decide to open the following industries but are strongly encouraged to wait until June 12, 2020:
 
[Updated 07/03 13:45 pm; Ventura County Specific Guidelines)
Family entertainment centers
Restaurants, wineries and bars [Note: limited. bars can still serve if they also serve food. Santa Barbara has closed ALL bars, regardless of food. restaurants & wineries can open outdoor seating patios.
Zoos and museums [Note: must be outdoor]
Gyms and fitness centers [Note: new guidelines released 07/01]
Hotels (for tourism and individual travel)
Cardrooms and racetracks
Campgrounds and outdoor recreation [Note: unspecified, looking for more info on VC)
 
Counties that are approved to progress further into the Resilience Roadmap can decide to open the following industries but are strongly encouraged to wait until June 19, 2020:
Personal services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Is it safe to shop at an open business?
 
The risk of COVID-19 infection is still real for all Californians and continues to be fatal. That is why every business permitted to open should take every step humanly possible to reduce the risk of infection by following these state guidelines.
Can I still leave the house even if I am not a essential critical infrastructure worker?
 
Yes. As described in more detail elsewhere in applicable state public health directives (including on this page), there are a wide range of circumstances in which you may leave your home or other place of residence, even if you are not an Essential Critical Infrastructure Worker. For example, you may leave your home to work at any business or other entity that is allowed to open, to engage in in-person worship and protest activities consistent with public health directives, to patronize local businesses, or to care for friends or family members who require assistance (as set forth under Health care). And errands like these are not the only reasons you may leave your home: you may also leave your home with or without a specific destination in mind (for example, to walk your dog, to engage in physical recreation, or simply to get some fresh air) as long as you maintain physical distancing and comply with any other applicable public health directives.
Are gatherings permitted?
 
State public health directives prohibit professional, social and community gatherings. Gatherings are defined as meetings or other events that bring together persons from multiple households at the same time for a shared or group experience in a single room, space, or place such as an auditorium, stadium, arena, large conference room, meeting hall, or other indoor or outdoor space. They pose an especially high danger of transmission and spread of COVID-19.
On May 25, 2020, in an effort to balance First Amendment interests with public health, the State Public Health Officer created an exception to the prohibition against mass gatherings for faith-based services and cultural ceremonies as well as protests. Those types of gatherings are now permitted indoors so long as they do not exceed 100 attendees or 25% of the capacity of the space in which the gathering is held, whichever is lower. State public health directives now do not prohibit in-person outdoor faith-based services or protests as long as face coverings are worn and physical distancing of 6 feet between persons or groups of persons from different households is maintained at all times. All other gatherings are prohibited until further notice, except as otherwise specifically permitted in state public health directives (including in applicable industry guidance).
Crowds and limited physical distancing increase the risk for COVID-19. If you attended a protest, remember that confidential, free testing is available. Find a testing location near you. If you test negative it does not mean that you may not develop COVID-19 later on. Therefore, it is advisable that you self-isolate for 14 days if possible.
Which beaches are closed?
 
[Updated 07/03 13:30 pm]: Beaches in the counties of Orange, LA, Ventura, & Santa Barbara have been closed. All associated local/state beach parking has also been closed. Santa Barbara residents may be fined $1,000 or experience jail time for gross disregard of health orders.
Can I set off fireworks this weekend?
 
Please refer to your local county website & guidelines. When setting off fireworks, please consider doing so in safe & considerate manner. CA is entering brush fire season; additionally, we house many veterans who are sensitive to large, explosive noises. county-specific note: VC may impose fines of up to $1,000 for illegal fireworks.
How can I report businesses that are violating COVID-19 industry guidelines?
 
Citizens are encouraged to file reports with their county website. Reports & complaints can also be filed at covid19.ca.gov/ or on specific, department websites (i.e.- OSHA). Many citizens have found that Twitter is an efficient platform is raising awareness to force government bodies and businesses to act. Please help in keeping your community safe! Report any unsafe businesses immediately! Report businesses in Ventura County. You can also call the Ventura County COVID Compliance hotline: 805-202-1805; or email them @ [email protected]
   
Helpful Links:
California Department of Public Health (CDPH) website
What to do if you start to develop symptoms of COVID-19 & want to get tested (courtesy: CDPH)
COVID-19 CA Emotional Support & Well-Being Resources
 
editor's note:
Happy July 4th weekend venturacounty! Remember folks, spread the love, not the virus!
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July 4th weekend Public Service Announcement [COVID-19 Information & Guidelines]

Hello folks of CoronavirusCA!
Since Governor Newsom will not be making a press conference today (it's apparently an observed holiday), I have decided to instead compile a list of guidelines and helpful information to help keep you and your loved ones safe & happy celebrating this July 4th weekend.
Information has been compiled from the Governor himself via Twitter, FB, or covid19.ca.gov as well as various reliable news outlets. Feel free to openly start discussions on specific county laws and ordinances. I have tried to include some pertinent ones for Santa Barbara, Ventura, Orange County, & LA. I will be periodically updating this post as more information gets released.
   
From Newsom's 07/02 press conference:
Masks keep Californians healthy! Wear One! Renewed emphasis on the evidence pointing to decreased transmission rates with masks. Masks are one of the most impactful COVID-19 prevention measures. Countries that have implemented masks or have had universal mask policies in place have seen significantly less spread of COVID-19. Similar trends in other US states who have adopted masks early.
Californians should not gather with people you do not live with. Avoid crowds. We need to temper the curve again like we did months ago. This week is EXTREMELY important, the Governor stresses. He wishes us all a Happy 4th of July otherwise!
"We are just trying to encourage people to be safe, thoughtful of self and others. Just because someone else is doing it, doesn't mean you should..." He encourages people to do the right thing. Look at the hard numbers. The facts.
"Consider that when you are coming together with people this weekend, that one of those statistics could be YOU!"
   
Today's COVID-19 Statistics
California now has 248,235 confirmed cases of COVID-19, resulting in 6,263 deaths. The number of COVID-related deaths increased by 1.6 percent from Wednesday’s total of 6,163. The number of COVID-19 diagnostic test results in California reached a total of 4,448,176 an increase of 109,458 tests since Wednesday. The rate of positive tests over the last 14 days is 6.4 percent. California’s hospitalizations due to COVID-19 increased by 151 from Wednesday.
82,819 new cases in last 14 days. 1,292,474 tests conducted in last 14 days. 6.4% positivity rate.
 
List of counties on watchlist (updated 07/03):
(Old: 18) Fresno, Glenn, Imperial, Kern, Kings, LA, Merced, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Solano, Stanislaus, Tulare, Ventura
(New: 2) San Diego, Monterey
(Removed: 1) Contra Costa
 
What's open? [editor's note: The 20 counties on the watchlist may experience variance. Look under "What is open with county variance?" or refer to your local county website]
 
Essential services that protect public health, public safety, and provide essential needs will remain open, such as:
Gas stations
Pharmacies
Food: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants
Banks
Laundromats/laundry services
Childcare
Essential state and local government functions will also remain open, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services.
 
Retailers can open statewide. All will require modifications to support social distancing. This includes:
Shopping malls
Libraries
Movie theaters and drive-in theaters (with modifications)
Bookstores
Jewelry stores
Toy stores
Clothing and shoe stores
Home and furnishing stores
Sporting goods stores
Florists
Offices (in all sectors, not only critical infrastructure)
 
Limited services which do not generally require close customer contact, such as:
Pet grooming
Dog walking
Car washes Appliance repair
Residential and janitorial cleaning
Places of worship
Plumbing
Outdoor museums
 
Music, film, and TV production
Professional sports (without live audiences)
Schools and day camps
What's closed?
 
Statewide, the following are still closed:
Personal services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Public events and gatherings, like live audience sports
Convention centers
Theme parks and festivals
Higher education (in person), except where supporting essential workforce activities, including but not limited to providing housing solutions, COVID-19 response, and training and instruction for the essential workforce.
Indoor playgrounds, like bounce centers, ball pits and laser tag
Saunas and steam rooms
Recreational team sports
What is open with county variance?
 
The following may open only in counties approved to move further in the Resilience Roadmap:
Dine-in restaurants
Hair salons and barber shops
Casinos
 
Counties that are approved to progress further into the Resilience Roadmap can decide to open the following industries but are strongly encouraged to wait until June 12, 2020:
Family entertainment centers
Restaurants, wineries and bars
Zoos and museums
Gyms and fitness centers
Hotels (for tourism and individual travel)
Cardrooms and racetracks
Campgrounds and outdoor recreation
 
Counties that are approved to progress further into the Resilience Roadmap can decide to open the following industries but are strongly encouraged to wait until June 19, 2020:
Personal services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Is it safe to shop at an open business?
 
The risk of COVID-19 infection is still real for all Californians and continues to be fatal. That is why every business permitted to open should take every step humanly possible to reduce the risk of infection by following these state guidelines.
Can I still leave the house even if I am not a essential critical infrastructure worker?
 
Yes. As described in more detail elsewhere in applicable state public health directives (including on this page), there are a wide range of circumstances in which you may leave your home or other place of residence, even if you are not an Essential Critical Infrastructure Worker. For example, you may leave your home to work at any business or other entity that is allowed to open, to engage in in-person worship and protest activities consistent with public health directives, to patronize local businesses, or to care for friends or family members who require assistance (as set forth under Health care). And errands like these are not the only reasons you may leave your home: you may also leave your home with or without a specific destination in mind (for example, to walk your dog, to engage in physical recreation, or simply to get some fresh air) as long as you maintain physical distancing and comply with any other applicable public health directives.
Are gatherings permitted?
 
State public health directives prohibit professional, social and community gatherings. Gatherings are defined as meetings or other events that bring together persons from multiple households at the same time for a shared or group experience in a single room, space, or place such as an auditorium, stadium, arena, large conference room, meeting hall, or other indoor or outdoor space. They pose an especially high danger of transmission and spread of COVID-19.
On May 25, 2020, in an effort to balance First Amendment interests with public health, the State Public Health Officer created an exception to the prohibition against mass gatherings for faith-based services and cultural ceremonies as well as protests. Those types of gatherings are now permitted indoors so long as they do not exceed 100 attendees or 25% of the capacity of the space in which the gathering is held, whichever is lower. State public health directives now do not prohibit in-person outdoor faith-based services or protests as long as face coverings are worn and physical distancing of 6 feet between persons or groups of persons from different households is maintained at all times. All other gatherings are prohibited until further notice, except as otherwise specifically permitted in state public health directives (including in applicable industry guidance).
Crowds and limited physical distancing increase the risk for COVID-19. If you attended a protest, remember that confidential, free testing is available. Find a testing location near you. If you test negative it does not mean that you may not develop COVID-19 later on. Therefore, it is advisable that you self-isolate for 14 days if possible.
Which beaches are closed?
 
[Updated 07/03 13:30 pm]: Beaches in the counties of Orange, LA, Ventura, & Santa Barbara have been closed. All associated local/state beach parking has also been closed. Santa Barbara residents may be fined $1,000 or experience jail time for gross disregard of health orders.
Can I set off fireworks this weekend?
 
Please refer to your local county website & guidelines. When setting off fireworks, please consider doing so in safe & considerate manner. CA is entering brush fire season; additionally, we house many veterans who are sensitive to large, explosive noises.
How can I report businesses that are violating COVID-19 industry guidelines?
 
Citizens are encouraged to file reports with their county website. Reports & complaints can also be filed at covid19.ca.gov/ or on specific, department websites (i.e.- OSHA). Many citizens have found that Twitter is an efficient platform is raising awareness to force government bodies and businesses to act. Please help in keeping your community safe! Report any unsafe businesses immediately!
   
Helpful Links:
California Department of Public Health (CDPH) website
What to do if you start to develop symptoms of COVID-19 & want to get tested (courtesy: CDPH)
COVID-19 CA Emotional Support & Well-Being Resources
 
editor's note:
Happy July 4th weekend CoronavirusCA! Remember folks, spread the love, not the virus!
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July 4th Weekend Public Service Annoucement [COVID-19 Information & Guidelines]

Hello folks of ventura!
Since Governor Newsom will not be making a press conference today (it's apparently an observed holiday), I have decided to instead compile a list of guidelines and helpful information to help keep you and your loved ones safe & happy celebrating this July 4th weekend.
Information has been compiled from the Governor himself via Twitter, FB, or covid19.ca.gov as well as various reliable news outlets. Feel free to openly start discussions on specific county laws and ordinances. I have tried to include some pertinent ones for Santa Barbara, Ventura, Orange County, & LA. I will be periodically updating this post as more information gets released.
   
From Newsom's 07/02 press conference:
Masks keep Californians healthy! Wear One! Renewed emphasis on the evidence pointing to decreased transmission rates with masks. Masks are one of the most impactful COVID-19 prevention measures. Countries that have implemented masks or have had universal mask policies in place have seen significantly less spread of COVID-19. Similar trends in other US states who have adopted masks early.
Californians should not gather with people you do not live with. Avoid crowds. We need to temper the curve again like we did months ago. This week is EXTREMELY important, the Governor stresses. He wishes us all a Happy 4th of July otherwise!
"We are just trying to encourage people to be safe, thoughtful of self and others. Just because someone else is doing it, doesn't mean you should..." He encourages people to do the right thing. Look at the hard numbers. The facts.
"Consider that when you are coming together with people this weekend, that one of those statistics could be YOU!"
   
Today's COVID-19 Statistics
California now has 248,235 confirmed cases of COVID-19, resulting in 6,263 deaths. The number of COVID-related deaths increased by 1.6 percent from Wednesday’s total of 6,163. The number of COVID-19 diagnostic test results in California reached a total of 4,448,176 an increase of 109,458 tests since Wednesday. The rate of positive tests over the last 14 days is 6.4 percent. California’s hospitalizations due to COVID-19 increased by 151 from Wednesday.
82,819 new cases in last 14 days. 1,292,474 tests conducted in last 14 days. 6.4% positivity rate.
 
List of counties on watchlist (updated 07/03):
(Old: 18) Fresno, Glenn, Imperial, Kern, Kings, LA, Merced, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Solano, Stanislaus, Tulare, Ventura
(New: 2) San Diego, Monterey
(Removed: 1) Contra Costa
 
What's open? [editor's note: The 20 counties on the watchlist may experience variance. Look under "What is open with county variance?" or refer to your local county website]
 
Essential services that protect public health, public safety, and provide essential needs will remain open, such as:
Gas stations
Pharmacies
Food: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants, restaurants with outdoor dining
Banks
Laundromats/laundry services
Childcare
Essential state and local government functions will also remain open, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services.
 
Retailers can open statewide. All will require modifications to support social distancing. This includes:
Shopping malls
Libraries
Movie theaters and drive-in theaters (with modifications)
Bookstores
Jewelry stores
Toy stores
Clothing and shoe stores
Home and furnishing stores
Sporting goods stores
Florists
Offices (in all sectors, not only critical infrastructure)
 
Limited services which do not generally require close customer contact, such as:
Pet grooming
Dog walking
Car washes Appliance repair
Residential and janitorial cleaning
Places of worship [New guidelines released 07/01]
Plumbing
Outdoor museums
 
Music, film, and TV production
Professional sports (without live audiences)
Schools and day camps
What's closed?
 
Statewide, the following are still closed:
Personal services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Public events and gatherings, like live audience sports
Convention centers
Theme parks and festivals
Higher education (in person), except where supporting essential workforce activities, including but not limited to providing housing solutions, COVID-19 response, and training and instruction for the essential workforce.
Indoor playgrounds, like bounce centers, ball pits and laser tag
Saunas and steam rooms
Recreational team sports
What is open with county variance?
 
The following may open only in counties approved to move further in the Resilience Roadmap:
Dine-in restaurants
Hair salons and barber shops
Casinos
 
Counties that are approved to progress further into the Resilience Roadmap can decide to open the following industries but are strongly encouraged to wait until June 12, 2020:
[Updated 07/03 13:45 pm; Ventura County Specific Guidelines) Family entertainment centers
Restaurants, wineries and bars [Note: limited. bars can still serve if they also serve food. Santa Barbara has closed ALL bars, regardless of food. restaurants & wineries can open outdoor seating patios.
Zoos and museums [Note: must be outdoor]
Gyms and fitness centers [Note: new guidelines released 07/01]
Hotels (for tourism and individual travel)
Cardrooms and racetracks
Campgrounds and outdoor recreation [Note: unspecified, looking for more info on VC)
 
Counties that are approved to progress further into the Resilience Roadmap can decide to open the following industries but are strongly encouraged to wait until June 19, 2020:
Personal services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Is it safe to shop at an open business?
 
The risk of COVID-19 infection is still real for all Californians and continues to be fatal. That is why every business permitted to open should take every step humanly possible to reduce the risk of infection by following these state guidelines.
Can I still leave the house even if I am not a essential critical infrastructure worker?
 
Yes. As described in more detail elsewhere in applicable state public health directives (including on this page), there are a wide range of circumstances in which you may leave your home or other place of residence, even if you are not an Essential Critical Infrastructure Worker. For example, you may leave your home to work at any business or other entity that is allowed to open, to engage in in-person worship and protest activities consistent with public health directives, to patronize local businesses, or to care for friends or family members who require assistance (as set forth under Health care). And errands like these are not the only reasons you may leave your home: you may also leave your home with or without a specific destination in mind (for example, to walk your dog, to engage in physical recreation, or simply to get some fresh air) as long as you maintain physical distancing and comply with any other applicable public health directives.
Are gatherings permitted?
 
State public health directives prohibit professional, social and community gatherings. Gatherings are defined as meetings or other events that bring together persons from multiple households at the same time for a shared or group experience in a single room, space, or place such as an auditorium, stadium, arena, large conference room, meeting hall, or other indoor or outdoor space. They pose an especially high danger of transmission and spread of COVID-19.
On May 25, 2020, in an effort to balance First Amendment interests with public health, the State Public Health Officer created an exception to the prohibition against mass gatherings for faith-based services and cultural ceremonies as well as protests. Those types of gatherings are now permitted indoors so long as they do not exceed 100 attendees or 25% of the capacity of the space in which the gathering is held, whichever is lower. State public health directives now do not prohibit in-person outdoor faith-based services or protests as long as face coverings are worn and physical distancing of 6 feet between persons or groups of persons from different households is maintained at all times. All other gatherings are prohibited until further notice, except as otherwise specifically permitted in state public health directives (including in applicable industry guidance).
Crowds and limited physical distancing increase the risk for COVID-19. If you attended a protest, remember that confidential, free testing is available. Find a testing location near you. If you test negative it does not mean that you may not develop COVID-19 later on. Therefore, it is advisable that you self-isolate for 14 days if possible.
Which beaches are closed?
 
[Updated 07/03 13:30 pm]: Beaches in the counties of Orange, LA, Ventura, & Santa Barbara have been closed. All associated local/state beach parking has also been closed. Santa Barbara residents may be fined $1,000 or experience jail time for gross disregard of health orders.
Can I set off fireworks this weekend?
 
Please refer to your local county website & guidelines. When setting off fireworks, please consider doing so in safe & considerate manner. CA is entering brush fire season; additionally, we house many veterans who are sensitive to large, explosive noises. county-specific note: VC may impose fines of up to $1,000 for illegal fireworks.
How can I report businesses that are violating COVID-19 industry guidelines?
 
Citizens are encouraged to file reports with their county website. Reports & complaints can also be filed at covid19.ca.gov/ or on specific, department websites (i.e.- OSHA). Many citizens have found that Twitter is an efficient platform is raising awareness to force government bodies and businesses to act. Please help in keeping your community safe! Report any unsafe businesses immediately! Report businesses in Ventura County
   
Helpful Links:
California Department of Public Health (CDPH) website
What to do if you start to develop symptoms of COVID-19 & want to get tested (courtesy: CDPH)
COVID-19 CA Emotional Support & Well-Being Resources
 
editor's note:
Happy July 4th weekend ventura! Remember folks, spread the love, not the virus!
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Ghost Adventures Episodes in Chronological Order

Unfortunately there's no 100% agreed list of GA seasons and there never was one. Various platforms and Travel Channel affiliates provide contradictory episode listings. It was discussed numerous times over the years, recently we had yet another discussion on the matter. Somebody asked me on PM if I can share with them the chronological listing I've been using, so I've decided to post it here as well. Keep in mind this is not an "official" list, but it's a recommended one if you want to binge watch the whole show from beginning to end or if you're a new fan looking for specific episodes.
This is a list of Ghost Adventures episodes in order based on the original air date. I've been keeping it since I began watching the show during the first season and it mostly overlaps with the wikipedia listing, and a few other season lists. It includes every single episode, including all specials and compilation episodes. "Extra Pulses" are not added since there is no additional content compared to the original episodes. For the first 7 or so seasons this is how The Travel Channel listed their seasons before they nuked their site and started grouping them by production date and not air date. A few things of note:
Season 1
Start: October 17, 2008
End: December 5, 2008
Season 2
Start: June 5, 2009
End: July 24, 2009
  • Preston Castle
  • Castillo de San Marcos
  • La Purisima Mission
  • Magnolia Lane Plantation
  • Birdcage Theater
  • Eastern State Penitentiary
  • Moon River Brewery
  • Ancient Ram Inn
Season 3
Start: October 30, 2009
End: January 22, 2010
  • Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum LIVE (Halloween Special Episode)
  • Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum LIVE: Post Mortem (Special Highlights Episode)
  • Pennhurst State School and Hospital
  • Poveglia Island
  • Ohio State Reformatory
  • Remington Arms Factory
  • Washoe Club and Chollar Mine
  • Linda Vista Hospital
  • Execution Rocks Lighthouse
  • Prospect Place
  • Clovis Wolfe Manor
  • Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum LIVE: The Cutdown (Special Behind the Scenes Episode)
  • Poveglia Island Special (Special Episode with 30 minutes of additional footage)
Season 4
Start: September 10, 2010
End: June 10, 2011
  • Best Evidence (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Scariest Moments (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Gettysburg
  • Rolling Hills Asylum
  • Return to Bobby Mackey's Music World
  • Waverly Hills Sanatorium
  • Stanley Hotel
  • Hill View Manor
  • Vulture Mine
  • USS Hornet
  • La Palazza Mansion
  • Fort Chaffee
  • Amargosa Opera House
  • Old Fort Erie
  • Villisca Axe Murder House
  • Kell's Irish Pub
  • Pico House Hotel
  • Return to Goldfield Hotel
  • Bonnie Springs Ranch
  • Longfellow's Wayside Inn (Valentine's Day Special Episode)
  • Salem Witch House
  • Jerome Grand Hotel
  • Yorktown Hospital
  • Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum
  • Sacramento Tunnels
  • Hales Bar Marina and Dam
  • Kentucky Slave House
  • Tooele Hospital
  • Loretta Lynn's Plantation House
Season 5
Start: September 23, 2011
End: December 16, 2011
  • Ashmore Estates
  • Mizpah Hotel
  • Old Town San Diego
  • Winchester Mystery House
  • Lizzie Borden House
  • Letchworth Village
  • Return to Virginia City
  • Rocky Point Manor
  • Rose Hall
  • Old Charleston Jail
Season 6
Start: February 24, 2012
End: July 20, 2012
  • Horror Hotels and Deadliest Hospitals (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Wickedest Women, Houses of Terror and Bloodiest Battlefields (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Shanghai Tunnels
  • Peabody-Whitehead Mansion
  • Copper Queen Hotel and The Oliver House
  • The National Hotel
  • Return to Linda Vista Hospital
  • The Galka Family
  • The Riviera Hotel
  • Hellfire Caves (Special Episode)
  • Fort Horsted (Special Episode)
Season 7
Start: September 14, 2012
End: April 19, 2013
  • Central Unit Prison
  • Excalibur Nightclub
  • Point Sur Lighthouse
  • The Palmer House Hotel
  • Black Moon Manor
  • Sedamsville Rectory
  • Cripple Creek
  • Dead Men Walking (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Brookdale Lodge
  • Tor House
  • Union Station
  • Death By Wild West (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Crazy Town
  • Clinically Dead (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Killer Nightlife (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Do Not Disturb (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Home Sweet Hell (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Wyoming Frontier Prison
  • Sailors' Snug Harbor
  • Passport to Hell (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Dungeons and Demons (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Bewitched and Bothered (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Obsessions and Possessions (Compilation Special Episode)
  • New Orleans
  • Market Street Cinema
  • Armies of Darkness (Compilation Special Episode)
  • First Timers (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Goldfield Hotel Redemption
  • Glen Tavern Inn
  • King's Tavern
Season 8
Start: August 16, 2013
End: November 15, 2013
  • Pioneer Saloon
  • Black Swan Inn
  • Tuolumne Hospital
  • Missouri State Prison
  • Yost Theater and Ritz Hotel
  • Haunted Victorian Mansion
  • Up Close and Personal (Compilation Special Episode)
  • Exorcist House
  • Alcatraz
  • Mustang Ranch
  • Thornhaven Manor
  • Transylvania (Halloween Special Episode)
  • Battle of Perryville
Season 9
Start: February 15, 2013
End: July 12, 2013
  • Sharon Tate Ghost
  • The Myrtles Plantation
  • George Washington Ghost
  • Bannack Ghost Town
  • Fear Factory
  • Heritage Junction
  • Battle of Los Angeles
  • Netherworld: Paris Catacombs (Special Episode featuring only Zak, aired in the middle of the season)
  • St. James Hotel
  • Fox Hollow Farm
  • Haunted Savannah
  • Overland Hotel and Saloon
  • Old Licking County Jail
Season 10
Start: October 4, 2014
End: March 7, 2015
  • Queen Mary
  • Lemp Mansion and Brewery
  • Zozo Demon (Nick's last regular episode)
  • Island of the Dolls (in the og edit it was mentioned Nick couldn't make it for filming)
  • Ireland's Celtic Demons (Halloween Special Episode, Nick's last appearance as part of the GAC)
  • Bell Witch Caves (new intro, Jay and Bill introduced as permanent GAC investigators)
  • Sallie House
  • Nopeming Sanatorium
  • Apache Junction
  • Return to Tombstone
  • Demons in Seattle
  • Texas Horror Hotel
Season 11
Start: August 22, 2015
End: November 7, 2015
  • Edinburgh Manor
  • Old Montana State Prison
  • Manresa Castle
  • Old Lincoln County Hospital
  • Haunted Harvey House
  • Los Coches Adobe
  • Grand Canyon Caverns
  • Haunted Hollywood
  • Odd Fellows Asylum
  • Clown Motel and Goldfield High School
  • Deadwood: City of Ghosts (Halloween Special Episode)
  • Lava Hotel Springs Inn
Season 12
Start: January 30, 2016
End: August 6, 2016
  • Black Dahlia House
  • Secret Scientology Lab
  • Bracken Fern Manor
  • Return to the Riviera
  • Chinese Town of Locke
  • Star of India
  • Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant
  • Hell Hole Prison
  • The Domes
  • Nevada State Prison
  • Return to Winchester Mystery House
  • Stardust Ranch
  • The Haunted Museum
Season 13
Start: September 24, 2016
End: January 14, 2017
  • Colorado Gold Mine
  • Mackay Mansion
  • Palace Saloon
  • Reseda House of Evil
  • Dorothea Puente Murder House
  • Route 666 (Halloween Special Episode)
  • Hotel Metlen
  • St. Ann's Retreat
  • Twin Bridges Orphanage
  • Dumas Brothel
  • Zalud House
  • Dakota's Sanatorium of Death
  • De Soto Hotel and Concordia Cemetery (Spliced Part 1 of the Route 666 Halloween Special)
  • Goatman's Bridge (Spliced Part 2 of the Route 666 Halloween Special)
Season 14
Start: March 25, 2017
End: July 15, 2017
  • Stone Lion Inn
  • Freak Show Murder House
  • Samaritan Cult House
  • Double Eagle Restaurant
  • Silent Movie Theater
  • Exorcism in Erie
  • Skinwalker Canyon
  • Upper Fruitland Curse
  • Witches in Magna
  • The Viper Room
  • Asylum 49
Season 15
Start: September 23, 2017
End: January 13, 2018
  • Golden Ghost Town
  • Ogden Possession
  • Haunting of Vicksburg: Mcraven Mansion (Special Episode)
  • Haunting of Vicksburg: Demons and Dolls (Special Episode)
  • Haunting of Vicksburg: Spirits Under Siege (Special Episode)
  • Haunting of Vicksburg: Champion Hill Battlefield (Special Episode)
  • Museum of Madness (Halloween Special Episode)
  • Annabelle's Curse (Halloween Special Episode)
  • Albion Normal School
  • Museum of the Mountain West
  • Pythian Castle
  • The Titanic Museum
  • Wolf Creek Inn
  • Eureka Mining Town
  • Sin City Exorcism
  • Phelps Dodge Hospital
  • The Slaughter House
Season 16
Start: March 24, 2018
End: July 14, 2018
  • Ripley's Believe It or Not
  • The Alley of Darkness
  • Kennedy Mine
  • Old Gila County Jail and Courthouse
  • Hotel Leger
  • Enchanted Forest
  • The Washoe Club Final Chapter
  • Lewis Flats School
  • Kay's Hollow
Season 17
Start: October 6, 2018
End: January 12, 2019
  • Graveyard of the Pacific: Astoria Underground (Special Episode)
  • Graveyard of the Pacific: Norblad Hostel (Special Episode)
  • Graveyard of the Pacific: Commander's House (Special Episode)
  • Graveyard of the Pacific: Cape Disappointment (Special Episode)
  • The Haunted Museum LIVE (Halloween Special Episode)
  • Idaho State Reform School
  • Westerfield House
  • Crisis in Oakdale
  • Tintic Mining District
  • Terror in Fontana
  • Riverside Plane Graveyard
  • Curse of the River Bend: Mineral Springs Hotel (Special Episode)
  • Curse of the River Bend: McPike Mansion (Special Episode)
Season 18
Start: February 23, 2019
End: July 20, 2019
  • Gates of Hell House
  • Palomino Club
  • Lutes Casino
  • Melrose Hotel
  • Binions Hotel and Casino
  • The Woodbury
  • Crescent Hotel
  • St. Ignatius Hospital
  • Mount Wilson Ranch
  • Panic in Amarillo
  • Union Hotel
  • Idaho State Tuberculosis Hospital
  • A Haunting in Scottsdale
Season 19
Start: October 5, 2019
  • Serial Killer Spirits: H. H. Holmes Murder House (Special Episode)
  • Serial Killer Spirits: John Gacy Prison (Special Episode)
  • Serial Killer Spirits: Axe Killer Jail" (Special Episode)
  • Serial Killer Spirits: Ted Bundy Ritual House (Special Episode)
  • Curse of the Harrisville Farmhouse (Halloween Special Episode)
  • Albion Castle
  • Cerro Gordo Ghost Town
  • Pasadena Ritual House
  • Horror in Biggs
  • Franklin Castle
  • Union Brewery of Death
  • Nightmare in Antelope
  • Goodwin Home Invasion
  • Haunted Hollow Forest
  • The Chinatown Poltergeist
  • Beneath the Bonanza
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July 4th Weekend Public Service Announcement [COVID-19 Information & Guidelines]

Hello folks of SantaBarbara!
Since Governor Newsom will not be making a press conference today (it's apparently an observed holiday), I have decided to instead compile a list of guidelines and helpful information to help keep you and your loved ones safe & happy celebrating this July 4th weekend.
Information has been compiled from the Governor himself via Twitter, FB, or covid19.ca.gov as well as various reliable news outlets. Feel free to openly start discussions on specific county laws and ordinances. I have tried to include some pertinent ones for Santa Barbara, Ventura, Orange County, & LA. I will be periodically updating this post as more information gets released.
   
From Newsom's 07/02 press conference:
Masks keep Californians healthy! Wear One! Renewed emphasis on the evidence pointing to decreased transmission rates with masks. Masks are one of the most impactful COVID-19 prevention measures. Countries that have implemented masks or have had universal mask policies in place have seen significantly less spread of COVID-19. Similar trends in other US states who have adopted masks early.
Californians should not gather with people you do not live with. Avoid crowds. We need to temper the curve again like we did months ago. This week is EXTREMELY important, the Governor stresses. He wishes us all a Happy 4th of July otherwise!
"We are just trying to encourage people to be safe, thoughtful of self and others. Just because someone else is doing it, doesn't mean you should..." He encourages people to do the right thing. Look at the hard numbers. The facts.
"Consider that when you are coming together with people this weekend, that one of those statistics could be YOU!"
   
Today's COVID-19 Statistics
California now has 248,235 confirmed cases of COVID-19, resulting in 6,263 deaths. The number of COVID-related deaths increased by 1.6 percent from Wednesday’s total of 6,163. The number of COVID-19 diagnostic test results in California reached a total of 4,448,176 an increase of 109,458 tests since Wednesday. The rate of positive tests over the last 14 days is 6.4 percent. California’s hospitalizations due to COVID-19 increased by 151 from Wednesday.
82,819 new cases in last 14 days. 1,292,474 tests conducted in last 14 days. 6.4% positivity rate.
 
List of counties on watchlist (updated 07/03):
(Old: 18) Fresno, Glenn, Imperial, Kern, Kings, LA, Merced, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Solano, Stanislaus, Tulare, Ventura
(New: 2) San Diego, Monterey
(Removed: 1) Contra Costa
 
What's open? [editor's note: The 20 counties on the watchlist may experience variance. Look under "What is open with county variance?" or refer to your local county website]
 
Essential services that protect public health, public safety, and provide essential needs will remain open, such as:
Gas stations
Pharmacies
Food: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants, restaurants with outdoor dining
Banks
Laundromats/laundry services
Childcare
Essential state and local government functions will also remain open, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services.
 
Retailers can open statewide. All will require modifications to support social distancing. This includes:
Shopping malls
Libraries
Movie theaters and drive-in theaters (with modifications)
Bookstores
Jewelry stores
Toy stores
Clothing and shoe stores
Home and furnishing stores
Sporting goods stores
Florists
Offices (in all sectors, not only critical infrastructure)
 
Limited services which do not generally require close customer contact, such as:
Pet grooming
Dog walking
Car washes Appliance repair
Residential and janitorial cleaning
Places of worship [New guidelines released 07/01]
Plumbing
Outdoor museums
 
Music, film, and TV production
Professional sports (without live audiences)
Schools and day camps
What's closed?
 
Statewide, the following are still closed:
Personal services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Public events and gatherings, like live audience sports
Convention centers
Theme parks and festivals
Higher education (in person), except where supporting essential workforce activities, including but not limited to providing housing solutions, COVID-19 response, and training and instruction for the essential workforce.
Indoor playgrounds, like bounce centers, ball pits and laser tag
Saunas and steam rooms
Recreational team sports
What is open with county variance?
 
The following may open only in counties approved to move further in the Resilience Roadmap:
Dine-in restaurants
Hair salons and barber shops
Casinos
 
Counties that are approved to progress further into the Resilience Roadmap can decide to open the following industries but are strongly encouraged to wait until June 12, 2020:
[Updated 07/03 13:45 pm; Santa Barbara County Specific Guidelines)
Family entertainment centers
Restaurants, wineries and bars [Note: Santa Barbara has closed ALL bars, regardless of food. restaurants & wineries can open outdoor seating patios.
Zoos and museums [Note: must be outdoor]
Gyms and fitness centers [Note: new guidelines released 07/01]
Hotels (for tourism and individual travel)
Cardrooms and racetracks
Campgrounds and outdoor recreation [Note: unspecified, looking for more info on SB)
 
Counties that are approved to progress further into the Resilience Roadmap can decide to open the following industries but are strongly encouraged to wait until June 19, 2020:
Personal services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Is it safe to shop at an open business?
 
The risk of COVID-19 infection is still real for all Californians and continues to be fatal. That is why every business permitted to open should take every step humanly possible to reduce the risk of infection by following these state guidelines.
Can I still leave the house even if I am not a essential critical infrastructure worker?
 
Yes. As described in more detail elsewhere in applicable state public health directives (including on this page), there are a wide range of circumstances in which you may leave your home or other place of residence, even if you are not an Essential Critical Infrastructure Worker. For example, you may leave your home to work at any business or other entity that is allowed to open, to engage in in-person worship and protest activities consistent with public health directives, to patronize local businesses, or to care for friends or family members who require assistance (as set forth under Health care). And errands like these are not the only reasons you may leave your home: you may also leave your home with or without a specific destination in mind (for example, to walk your dog, to engage in physical recreation, or simply to get some fresh air) as long as you maintain physical distancing and comply with any other applicable public health directives.
Are gatherings permitted?
 
State public health directives prohibit professional, social and community gatherings. Gatherings are defined as meetings or other events that bring together persons from multiple households at the same time for a shared or group experience in a single room, space, or place such as an auditorium, stadium, arena, large conference room, meeting hall, or other indoor or outdoor space. They pose an especially high danger of transmission and spread of COVID-19.
On May 25, 2020, in an effort to balance First Amendment interests with public health, the State Public Health Officer created an exception to the prohibition against mass gatherings for faith-based services and cultural ceremonies as well as protests. Those types of gatherings are now permitted indoors so long as they do not exceed 100 attendees or 25% of the capacity of the space in which the gathering is held, whichever is lower. State public health directives now do not prohibit in-person outdoor faith-based services or protests as long as face coverings are worn and physical distancing of 6 feet between persons or groups of persons from different households is maintained at all times. All other gatherings are prohibited until further notice, except as otherwise specifically permitted in state public health directives (including in applicable industry guidance).
Crowds and limited physical distancing increase the risk for COVID-19. If you attended a protest, remember that confidential, free testing is available. Find a testing location near you. If you test negative it does not mean that you may not develop COVID-19 later on. Therefore, it is advisable that you self-isolate for 14 days if possible.
Which beaches are closed?
 
[Updated 07/03 13:30 pm]: Beaches in the counties of Orange, LA, Ventura, & Santa Barbara have been closed. All associated local/state beach parking has also been closed. Santa Barbara residents may be fined $1,000 or experience jail time for gross disregard of health orders.
Can I set off fireworks this weekend?
 
Please refer to your local county website & guidelines. When setting off fireworks, please consider doing so in safe & considerate manner. CA is entering brush fire season; additionally, we house many veterans who are sensitive to large, explosive noises. county-specific note: VC may impose fines of up to $1,000 for illegal fireworks.
How can I report businesses that are violating COVID-19 industry guidelines?
 
Citizens are encouraged to file reports with their county website. Reports & complaints can also be filed at covid19.ca.gov/ or on specific, department websites (i.e.- OSHA). Many citizens have found that Twitter is an efficient platform is raising awareness to force government bodies and businesses to act. Please help in keeping your community safe! Report any unsafe businesses immediately! Report businesses in Santa Barbara County or use the Santa Barbara Confidential Whistleblower Hotline at (844) 413-4025
   
Helpful Links:
California Department of Public Health (CDPH) website
What to do if you start to develop symptoms of COVID-19 & want to get tested (courtesy: CDPH)
COVID-19 CA Emotional Support & Well-Being Resources
 
editor's note:
Happy July 4th weekend SantaBarbara! Remember folks, spread the love, not the virus!
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On This Date In California Weather History (September 11)

2017: Some deep tropical moisture associated with a fairly strong upper level shortwave pushed into central California on September 11th and produced a severe thunderstorm outbreak during the afternoon and evening. Numerous reports of downburst winds exceeding 60 mph were reported and the impacts form these thunderstorms included downed power lines, damage to roofs; and large objects being knocked over and damaged. Rainfall amounts were generally a quarter of an inch or less with a few locations in the Southern Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains receiving between a quarter inch and a half inch of rain. APRS station 5WSW Firebaugh reported a 59 mph wind gust from a thunderstorm. A dairy farm south of Hanford had several barns with extensive roof damage from thunderstorm winds.
8 telephone poles were downed on Jackson Ave. near 9th Ave. south of Hanford.
A tree fell onto a vehicle near the intersection of 13th Ave. and Houston Ave. near Hanford.
A microburst downed 30 powerlines in Mendota.
8 miles west of Caruthers a chicken barn was blown down by thunderstorm downburst outflow winds.
In Corcoran thunderstorm winds produced damage to a house and snapped several trees. Beams from a wood fence were snapped from from concrete support and shingles were blown off of a roof.
There were reports of nickel-sized hail in Corcoran. There were several trees down on northbound State Route 99 just south of the State Route 190 interchange.
Lightning struck a house near Hanford High School. A Weather Service forecaster providing onsite support at the Pier Fire reported penny sized hail at Pierpoint Springs.
2012: A stationary thunderstorm brought persistent, heavy rain to Mecca.
3"-5" of rain fell in just a couple hours (more than a year’s worth). Floodwaters damaged a school, a mobile home park and several orchards.
2012: On the afternoon of September 11, 2012 thunderstorms producing heavy rainfall moved across much of the Las Vegas Valley. Rainfall rates of a half-inch to nearly eight-tenths of an inch in 30 minutes resulted in significant and in some cases devastating flash flooding. A total of 1.18" of rain was measured by the automated weather station at McCarran International Airport. This set an all-time record for a calendar day for the month of September. Automated weather stations operated by the Clark County Regional Flood Control District as well as Mesonet weather stations, cooperative observers and spotter reports showed the heaviest rain fell in several areas. 1"-2" of rain fell in northern portions of Summerlin, NV, in and just south of downtown Las Vegas, NV, along Flamingo Road and Tropicana Avenue from near Interstate 15 to near Mojave Road and in southeast Henderson, NV. The highest total reported was 2.09" at an automated station operated by the Clark County Regional Flood Control District near Swenson Avenue and Flamingo Road by the Tropicana Wash. According to local media reports, at least 50 vehicle rescues took place throughout the Las Vegas Valley by Clark County Firefighters. 40 of these were swiftwater rescues. The largest number of rescues was 15 near the intersection of Sloan and Sahara with one rescue done by helicopter. Roadway flooding was extensive with several inches to several feet of flowing water reported on many roads especially in the central and eastern parts of the Las Vegas Valley. Interstate 215 was closed from Interstate 15 to Eastern Avenue after intense rainfall washed large amounts of mud and rocks onto the highway from nearby landscaping along the side of the road. This also resulted in the Airport Connector to McCarran International Airport being closed. The Charleston Underpass flooded for the first time since extensive construction work was done to mitigate this once flood-prone area back in the mid-2000s. The worst impacted area though was near the Desert Rose Golf Course. At least 45 homes were flooded mainly on and near Walton Heath Avenue. Most of these homes suffered extensive damage to their lowest level with many people loosing furniture and appliances. In some cases the force of floodwaters busted through concrete walls. Numerous vehicles in this area were flooded and some were floated 300 to 400 feet. Three dogs drowned to death that lived in one house. In addition, a worker at the Desert Rose Golf Course was swept away by the floodwaters from his tractor around 4:22 PM PDT on September 11th. His body was found dead two days later about two and a half miles away.

2011: Small hail was reported at Bodfish and Lake Isabella as was street flooding which was also reported in Kernville.
2011: Monsoonal thunderstorms brought flooding to Downtown Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Strip. A rain gauge in Downtown Las Vegas recorded 0.98" of rain in about 20 minutes. Water ponded up over curbs of streets from Downtown Las Vegas to North Las Vegas. Several inches of water flooded the Circus Circus Adventuredome. The parking lot at the Cannery Casino in North Las Vegas was flooded.... with some cars partially underwater. A few inches of water also entered part of the casino and movie theater.
2008: The Cascadel Fire began on this date in the Sierra National Forest at 2000 PST. The cause was human, from target shooting. The location was 3 miles East-Northeast of North Fork in Madera County. It burned 280 acres and was contained on September 17 at 1700 PST. There were no fatalities or properties damaged. The cost to containment was $3,100,000.
2008: A thunderstorm produced strong outflow winds measured at 67 mph in La Quinta. Another thunderstorm produced golf ball sized hail in Ranchita.
2004: The Nehouse Fire 25 miles east of North Fork in Madera County burned 204 acres. Its cause was human in origin but no fatalities,injuries, or structures-lost occurred.
2004: Severe thunderstorms in Borrego Springs produced one inch hail that broke windows. Strong winds gusted to 60 mph before the anemometer was destroyed, and knocked down six power poles. Training thunderstorms over Johnson Valley produced severe flash flooding. Hwy. 247 was washed out in numerous sections. Minor damage to homes occurred and 12 vehicles were trapped. In La Quinta, 138 trees were knocked down at one golf course with damage to a building. More trees fell down at other golf courses. Roof tiles were blown off. Damage occurred to power poles and transformers.
2004: The China Fire began on this date 15 miles southwest of Lake Isabella in Kern County. This suspiciously-caused fire burned 314 acres but there were no fatalities, injuries, or structures-lost.
2001: On this date 19 hijackers seized 4 U.S. commercial jetliners on the East Coast and flew two aircraft into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City destroying them, one aircraft into the Pentagon Building near Washingon, DC, causing severe damage, and one was destined for another target in the Washington, DC, area (either the White House or the U.S. Capitol Building) but the passengers resisted and the hijackers crashed the plane near Shanksville, PA. In all, nearly 3,000 people were killed and civilian air traffic into, out of, and within the United States was grounded for days afterwards.
1998: Severe thunderstorms pounded the Las Vegas Valley and Lake Mead for a few hours producing golf ball size hail, a small tornado and widespread flash flooding. Large hail began falling shortly before 11 am PST and numerous hail reports came in for the next couple hours with some episodes causing damage to several automobiles. A small tornado tore the roof off a Henderson, NV, warehouse and destroyed a large block wall at a service station a short distance away. Heavy rain fell mainly on the east side of the metro area with amounts up to 1.85" in a two hour period. As a result flash flooding filled streets and washes and trapped several motorists although no serious injuries occurred. The heavy rain damaged about one acre of the 750 acre Sunrise Landfill and carried significant amounts of debris into the Las Vegas, NV, wash. The Clark County School District activated the "shelter-in-place" policy for school children at approximately 30 schools around the area. Children were not bused home until after flooding had subsided.
1990: It was 117° F in Borrego Springs, the highest temperature on record for September. This also occurred the previous day on 9.10.
1983: Half Moon Bay had a high of 94° F -- a record for the month.
1982: The morning low temperature at Reno, NV was a chilly 29° F.
1976: Record rains that started on 9.9 ended on 9.12 came from Tropical Storm Kathleen (called a 160+ year event by meteorologists). 14.76" fell on south slopes of Mt. San Gorgonio, 10.13" at Mt. Laguna, 8" at Mt. San Jacinto, 4"+ in the Little San Bernardino Mountains, and 1.8"-2.8" in the Coachella Valley. Deep Canyon (above La Quinta) recorded 2.96" in three hours on 9.10. Rainfall in the Santa Rosa Mountains above the Coachella Valley was called the a heaviest in recorded history. 6 were buried and killed in sand in Ocotillo. Floods of record were attained at numerous streams around the Coachella Valley. 1.84" of rain fell in Riverside on this day, 2.09" fell in Borrego Springs, 2.33" fell in Victorville, 2.57" fell in Idyllwild, and 5" fell in Palomar Mountain, each the greatest daily amounts on record for September. The Victorville amount is also the third highest daily amount on record. This occurred during the El Nino of 1976-77. Hurricane Kathleen also brought the southwest the highest sustained winds ever associated with an eastern Pacific tropical cyclone with sustained winds of 57 mph at Yuma on 9.10.
1976: The remains of Hurricane Kathleen move across Baja and into southern California near El Centro. With its circulation still intact, tropical storm force winds produce considerable damage in Yuma. Sustained winds exceed 50 mph, and gust as high as 76 mph in Yuma, AZ. One man is killed as a 75 foot palm tree crashes onto his mobile home. Severe flooding occurs in Mohave county.
1971: It was 100° F in Palomar Mountain, the highest temperature on record. This occurred on eight other occasions.
1960: North northwestward moving Hurricane Estelle dissipated west of the central Baja California coast from 9.9 to this day. On this day a thunderstorm hit the area east of Lucerne Valley. The resulting flash flood was four feet deep and washed out a section of road, stranding several vehicles east of Lucerne Valley.
1952: Chilliest morning in three day stretch from the 10th through 12th in Fresno; record lows were set each on morning and all still stand to this day. Low of 44° F on this date is the earliest 45° F or lower reading on record in Fresno.
1939: 4"of rain fell across the deserts and mountains as a dying tropical cyclone moved across Baja California into southwestern Arizona on this day and on 9.12. This was the second tropical cyclone to impact California during the busy month of September 1939. A strong El Nino contributed to the activity.
1939: The remnants from the second of three tropical cyclones to affect the southwestern U.S. in one month floods homes in Eldorado Canyon, roads in the California Wash near Glendale and washed out parts of Charleston Blvd. near Rancho Blvd. in Las Vegas, NV.
1888: Fresno set an all-time record high of 111° F for the month of September. This is also the latest in the season that Fresno has had a high temperature of 110° or better.
Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, Phoenix, & San Diego
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What's happening around town (Wed, Oct 31st - Tue, Nov 6th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Ongoing

Wednesday, Oct 31st

  • 😂 4th Annual Funniest Person In OKC Contest (The Paramount OKC - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2
  • 🎨 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Nov 2nd Start Time: 10:00am September 1 – May 12, 2019 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art, than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita…
  • Bi-Weekly Meetup (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • 🎭 Cirque du Soleil Crystal (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 4th Start Time: 7:30pm Children 2 years of age and older must have a ticket.
  • Dungeons & Dragons (Edmond Unplugged - Edmond) Start Time: 7:00pm A City on the Edge with Ashley King No Cost Beginners and experienced players welcome Pre-made characters will be available No outside food and drink, food and drink available within the store
  • Halloween Show! PLAINSWALKENoisebleedsound/Outside the Shadows (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • Halloween Show with Twiggs, Audio Book Club, and Spinster (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 9:00pm Come out in your Halloween costume to listen to music from three great bands, and try to win the costume contest with a $50 bar tab reward. Twiggs, Audio Book Club, and Spinster at The Deli in Norman on Halloween night with a $5 entry cover. Age 21+
  • Halloween Story Time (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 10:30am Halloween Party, participants are welcomed to dress up and bring snacks to share if desired. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government Guthrie...
  • Guthrie Haunts (4524 Riverside Cir - Guthrie) Last Day Visit Guthrie Haunts for a terrifying Halloween experience that's full of scary fun. This 30,000 sq ft haunted…
  • Listening Sessions: [email protected] Metro Music Series (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 2:00pm
  • Listening Sessions: Metro Music Series (ACM @ UCO - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 2:00pm Public welcome. Free admission! Groundbreaking, heart-rending, immortal! OK, we’re exaggerating — a little. But ACM’s Listening Sessions certainly...
  • Live Music-Lee Rucker (Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Lost Lakes Haunted Forest 2018 (Lost Lakes Amphitheater - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm TICKETS VALID ANY NIGHT WE ARE OPEN! Sept 28th-29th, Oct 5th-6th, Oct 12th-13th, Oct 18th-20th & Oct 25th-31st
  • 🎓 RNT Cyber Ethics Conference 2018 (NCED Hotel & Conference Center - Norman) Start Time: 8:00am
  • 🎭 Rocky Horror Picture Show (The Sooner Theatre - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • 🎭 The Rocky Horror Picture Show - At The Boom - An Interactive Movie Experience (The Boom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Terror on 10th Street Haunted House (Oklahoma City) Last Day A nightmare waits around every corner at the Terror on 10th Street Haunted House. Come face your worst fears at the 14th…
  • Trick-Art-Treat (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Start Time: 3:00pm OU students are invited to our second annual Trick-Art-Treat event, now filled with even more ghoulish delights! Take a chilling tour of our galleries...
  • 🏆 Wednesday Game Night (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Play the games you love for jackpots and then play more games you love for Extra Cash & Prizes on Game Night at Remington Park, every Wednesday! Starting at 6pm on Wednesday nights at Remington Park, just make sure to use your Club Remington Card as you play in the casino. Doing so may get you selected via hot seat drawings to make Free Spins,…
  • 🎨 Western Movie Matinee on Wide Open Wednesday (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Dub and Mozelle Richardson Theater
    Join us for these curated selections made possible with support from an anonymous donor and Oklahoma City University’s Center for Interpersonal Studies through Film & Literature. Popcorn provided. Museum admission free to all on Wide Open Wednesdays courtesy of the Oklahoma Ford Dealers.
    Each week we have a…
  • Wild Weather Camp (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:30am October 10 and October 31, 2018 10:30 a.m. The Museum hosts David Payne’s Wild Weather Camp, a fun and interactive weather safety program developed by David Payne and the News 9 Weather Team for elementary students. Kids will learn about severe weather events and what to do in different scenarios.
    Bring a sack lunch to enjoy after the…
  • Wizarding World of Tiger Safari (Tuttle) Last Day Harry Potter fans old and young will love the Wizarding World of Tiger Safari in Tuttle. This unique attraction invites…
  • Lexington Zombie Farm (Lexington) Thru Sat, Nov 3rd Can you survive a walk through the Lexington Zombie Farm? Get ready to encounter things that go bump in the night, as well…

Thursday, Nov 1st

  • 😂 4th Annual Funniest Person In OKC Contest (The Paramount OKC - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2
  • 🎨 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am September 1 – May 12, 2019 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art, than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita…
  • Christian Pearson (Saints - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm I'm happy to announce the Saints Sessions Featured Artist for November 1st............ it's me. Nov 2016, we had our first jam at Saints. Since then,...
  • 🎭 Cirque du Soleil Crystal (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 4th Start Time: 7:30pm Children 2 years of age and older must have a ticket.
  • CMGT: Dan Martin // Brad Fielder • The Deli (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 😂 Daniel Dugar (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 3rd
  • Dia de los Muertos (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 6:00pm Dia De Los Muertos is an event that celebrates loved ones who have passed. This event will highlight celebrations of Day of the Dead and educate the UCO community about how Day of the Dead is celebrated. There will be arts and crafts, entertainment, and free goodies the evening of the event. This event welcomes families because there will be fun…
  • Far As The Eye Can See (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 6:30pm Starring Pippa White, Professional Storyteller Pippa's one-woman show brings the prairie to life as she portrays a real cast of characters and actual events of the past. Her presentations exceed mere entertainment. It will leave you intellectually richer and inspired. Dinner at 6:30pm, Show at 7:00pm Fundraiser for the University of Central…
  • Hate Drugs / Harbour / The Jacks / Cavern Company /Guys On A Bus (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm SPOOKY SOUTHWEST TOUR 89th Street OKC w/ Hate Drugs, Harbour, The Jacks, Guys On A Bus and Cavern Company on 11/01!
  • $ Innotech 2018 (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00am The 13th annual InnoTech Oklahoma, the region's largest business & technology conference & expo, presented by InterWorks,Inc., returns to the Cox Convention Center on Thursday, November 1, 2018. Last year, InnoTech hosted over 1000 of the region's top business & technology professionals for a full day of education, innovation, hands-on exhibits,…
  • Kate Campbell in Oklahoma City! (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Kate Campbell at The Blue Door -- http://www.bluedoorokc.com
  • Maps & Atlases: [email protected] Metro Music Series (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 🎭 OCU Eagles: Silent Sky (Oklahoma City University - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Silent Sky By Lauren Gunderson Directed by Lindsay Rae Taylor Black Box Theatre Tickets are $5 and available at the OCU Performing Arts Ticket Office...
  • Oklahoma! OC's Homecoming Musical (Oklahoma Christian University, Edmond, OK - Edmond) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm This year marks the 75th anniversary of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" opening on Broadway. Come enjoy the talents of the Oklahoma Christian University students as they perform through song and dance the beloved tunes of this great state.
  • OU Sooners vs Pittsburg State Gorillas (The Lloyd Noble Center - Norman) Experience the action and excitement in Norman as the Oklahoma Sooners take on the Pittsburg State Gorillas. Since the…
  • 🎭 Paul Waddell Performance & Artist Talk (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 5:30pm Join us for an evening of performance art and a Q & A with visual artist, Paul Waddell. Waddell and has exhibited/performed nationally and...
  • 🏆 Pittsburg State Gorillas Mens Basketball at Oklahoma Sooners Mens Basketball (The Lloyd Noble Center - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Saints Sessions (Saints - Oklahoma City) Head to the Plaza District each Thursday for an evening of Saints Sessions programming. Visit Saints Pub in Oklahoma City on…
  • 🎓 Moore Toastmasters (1st United Methodist Church - Moore) Start Time: 7:00pm Do you cringe at the thought of being in front of a room communicating? Maybe you have no idea how to construct your thoughts for your next business meeting?
    Come and join toastmasters and learn the art of public speaking and leadership. It is a safe and great learning environment for you to start or refine your public speaking skills. There…
  • Lexington Zombie Farm (Lexington) Thru Sat, Nov 3rd Can you survive a walk through the Lexington Zombie Farm? Get ready to encounter things that go bump in the night, as well…

Friday, Nov 2nd

  • 🏆 2018 MEGA Superbowl of Poultry & Expo (Cleveland County Fairgrounds - Norman) Start Time: 7:00am
  • 🎓 Edmond Ambucs Friday Luncheon (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 12:00pm The Edmond Chapter Ambucs “creating mobility & independence for people with disabilities” hosts a weekly luncheon every Friday. Please join us at 12PM Noon, UCO Nigh Center, Cherokee Room. We also meet the 2nd Tues. night monthly, 5:30PM, Rock & Brews, 2737 W. Memorial Rd. for $5 burgers & FREE appetizers. More info., call (405)820-9667.
  • 🎨 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 10:00am September 1 – May 12, 2019 American Indian Artists: 20th Century Masters As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art, than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it. Explore early artists such as the Kiowa Six, Tonita…
  • Benefit Concert - Feeling Groovy Fighting Asthma (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🎭 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. (Edmond Fine Arts - Edmond) Start Time: 7:00pm Take a fantastic musical adventure with an out-of-this-world car that flies through the air and sails the seas. Based on the record-breaking West End...
  • 🎭 Cirque du Soleil Crystal (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 4th Start Time: 7:30pm Children 2 years of age and older must have a ticket.
  • 😂 Daniel Dugar (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • Dan Martin And Beau Roberson (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Dwight Yoakam in Concert (Riverwind Casino - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm Few entertainers hold the iconic status of Dwight Yoakam, so come watch this legendary artist perform his top hits at…
  • 🎭 Fall Spotlight Musical: Little Women (Oklahoma City University - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Our fall spotlight musical celebrates Louisa May Alcott’s classic coming-of-age story about the adventures of the four March sisters. The 21st-century...
  • First Friday Gallery Walk (Paseo Arts District - Oklahoma City) The First Friday Gallery Walk in the Paseo Arts District occurs on the first Friday of every month. Friday night visitors…
  • Gaither Vocal Band Concert (Crossings Community Church - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm You don’t want to miss the Gaither Vocal Band at Crossings OKC on Friday, November 2 at 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary! The Gaither Vocal Band is comprised of Bill Gaither, Wes Hampton, Adam Crabb, Todd Suttles, and Reggie Smith. These gifted artists are known for their stunning vocals, innovative harmonies, and authentic faith.
    Learn more and…
  • Kompany (Farmer's Market - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 🎨 Nov. Openings: Diana J Smith "Spirit Masks" & "The Sacred Show" (JRB Art at the Elms - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm JRB Art at The Elms Presents Diana J Smith “Spirit Masks” & “The Sacred Show” Recognizing art as a portal to spirituality is the theme of the November...
  • Oklahoma! OC's Homecoming Musical (Oklahoma Christian University, Edmond, OK - Edmond) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm This year marks the 75th anniversary of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" opening on Broadway. Come enjoy the talents of the Oklahoma Christian University students as they perform through song and dance the beloved tunes of this great state.
  • 😂 Open Mic Night (Don Quixote Club - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Every Friday is open mic comedy at Don Quixote's! Come see Oklahoma City's up and coming talent. If you're a comedian, sign up begins at 7:30. Show at 8. Stick around for the best karaoke in the city.
  • Paul Benjaman and Jacob Tovar: [email protected] Metro Music Series (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Saints Ball Ignite Hope (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Saints Ball features great food, great company, great auction items and great fun, all to help heal and care for our patients.
  • Share The Fun (Cleveland County Fairgrounds - Norman) Start Time: 6:30pm
  • 🎨 Start With Art Presented by Oklahoma City Community Foundation (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30am Jumpstart your day with caffeine and art at Campbell Art Park! Oklahoma City Community Foundation presents Start with Art: Whiteout. The Coffee Slingers...
  • St. Elijah Mediterranean Food Festival (Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Soak in some history and culture while celebrating Mediterranean food with the congregation of St. Elijah Antioch Orthodox…
  • Surreptitious: The After Work Social Mixer (Avenue 101 - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm $10 Fishbowls $3 Hennessy Black $1 Beers $10 Hookah ($5 the 1st Hour) 3 Wine ::NO COVER::
  • Thank You Scientist (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Thank You Scientist with and in the darkness I was free, Seasonal and White Lamb This show is all ages. Tickets are $12 in advance at ticketstorm.com,...
  • TYNAN (Farmer's Market - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Lexington Zombie Farm (Lexington) 1 day left Can you survive a walk through the Lexington Zombie Farm? Get ready to encounter things that go bump in the night, as well…

Saturday, Nov 3rd

  • Alpaca Yoga on the Ranch (Newcastle) Relax and unwind in the peaceful serenity of an alpaca pasture tucked away in Newcastle during Alpaca Yoga on the Ranch.…
  • 🎭 Cirque du Soleil Crystal (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 7:30pm Children 2 years of age and older must have a ticket.
  • 😂 Daniel Dugar (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • Fantastic Contrasts (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Save the date for the Oklahoma City Philharmonic’s Classic Concert Series “Fantastic Contrasts.” This…
  • Granger Smith in Concert (Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City) Don't miss country artist Granger Smith live in concert at the Diamond Ballroom. This longtime musician and…
  • Jingle Bell Bazaar (Edmond) Head to the Jingle Bell Bazaar in Edmond and start your Christmas shopping early. This show features a wide variety of…
  • Junior Botball Challenge (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Cheer on the elementary and middle school students competing in the MCN Junior Botball Challenge. Inside the Centennial…
  • 🎭 Kevin Hart: The Irresponsible Tour (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm "No Phones, Photos, or Video will be permitted at this Event".
  • Light The Night Water Lantern Festival - Oklahoma (Route 66 Park, Lake Overholser - Yukon) Start Time: 3:00pm Enjoy a fun day by the water filled with rock climbing, archery, corn hole, ferris wheel, good food and vendors at the…
  • Little Red Heart 5K Run (Regatta Park - Oklahoma City) Little Red Heart 5K Run participants can join fellow runners in a race along the Oklahoma River. Registrants can also embark…
  • Pumpkin Harvest Craft Festival (Robertson Activity Center - Yukon) Yukon's Pumpkin Harvest Craft Festival features more than 45 crafters selling everything from candles and home decor, to…
  • St. Elijah Mediterranean Food Festival (Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Soak in some history and culture while celebrating Mediterranean food with the congregation of St. Elijah Antioch Orthodox…
  • A Touch of Rust Reindeer Market (Grady County Fairgrounds - Chickasha) Come out to Chickasha for a fun and eclectic market featuring handcrafted, vintage, retro items along with shabby-chic…
  • University of Oklahoma Ghost Tour (Evans Hall, Administration Building - Norman) Discover the mysterious side of an Oklahoma landmark with a University of Oklahoma Ghost Tour. Visitors who join this…
  • Lexington Zombie Farm (Lexington) Last Day Can you survive a walk through the Lexington Zombie Farm? Get ready to encounter things that go bump in the night, as well…

Sunday, Nov 4th

  • 🎭 Cirque du Soleil Crystal (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 7:30pm Children 2 years of age and older must have a ticket.
  • Emarosa in Concert (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Despite a few lead singer swaps, Emarosa continued on to produce four full-length albums with a fifth in the works. After…
  • Kingfisher Holiday Open House (Downtown - Kingfisher) Join the town of Kingfisher at the annual Holiday Open House in the charming downtown area. The merchants will open their…

Monday, Nov 5th

  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Thunder vs. New Orleans Pelicans (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Experience the thrill of fast-paced pro basketball as the Oklahoma City Thunder takes on the New Orleans Pelicans. Wear your…

Tuesday, Nov 6th

  • Food Truck Tuesdays (Jackson - Blanchard) Every week, treat your taste buds to new flavors. During Food Truck Tuesdays, a different food truck will park in Blanchard…

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The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (12/18/16)

Sunday:
NORTH:
∙ 1. Complaint prompts removal of apparent racist, pro-Trump banner in Libertyville (Chicago Tribune)
∙ 2. Warren Township High School's O'Plaine campus to host 'hackathon' in January (Daily Herald)
∙ 3. Lake Zurich drama club's production 'Love/Sick' chosen for Illinois High School Theater Festival, running Jan. 5-7 at UIUC (Daily Herald)
∙ 4. Lake Zurich reports sales-tax receipts running ahead of projections (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST
∙ 5. Elgin man identified as third suspect in shooting outside Hoffman Estates sport bar (Daily Herald)
∙ 6. Paragon Theaters to get new vertical sign along Arlington Heights Road to increase its visibility (Daily Herald)
∙ 7. Mount Prospect to hike water rates by 4 percent (Daily Herald)
SOUTH
∙ 8. Calumet City alderman sues mayor, five other aldermen, alleging his civil rights were violated because he can't run for mayor in face of voter-approved term-limits referendum (Northwest Indiana Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA
∙ 9. One Center Township teen killed, another injured in single-vehicle crash along CR 600 West (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 10. Chairman of LaPorte County Republican Party chosen to fill LaPorte County Board vacancy (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 11. Lake Station Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 153 takes 40 needy kids shopping for Christmas (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 12. Lake Station seeks $2.5 million in tax-anticipation warrants to meet operating expenses (Northwest Indiana Times)
REGIONAL
∙ 13. Analysis of Illinois Lottery shows grand prizes for 23 scratch-off games weren't awarded since 2011 (FOX 32)
Monday:
NORTH
∙ 14. Family drops lawsuit against Mundelein High School after officials acknowledge failing to comply with state law requiring schools to have suicide-awareness/prevention plan (ABC 7)
∙ 15. Waukegan middle school put on lockdown after false report of person with a gun (FOX 32)
∙ 16. Altered Snapchat photo prompts investigation into apparently false threat at Skokie Elementary School District 73½ building (WBBM AM 780)
∙ 17. Chicago Department of Aviation grants Lincolnwood a noise monitor to determine if air-traffic sounds are loud enough to qualify the village for noise-mitigation programs (Chicago Tribune/Lincolnwood Review)
NORTHWEST
∙ 18. Cary-Grove High School junior scores perfect score on ACT (ABC 7)
∙ 19. Cardinal Blase Cupich delivers Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines (NBC 5)
∙ 20. Off-duty Hoffman Estates firefighter spots house fire in Elgin, rescues occupant (FOX 32)
∙ 21. Lake in the Hills woman indicted on charges of stealing at least $20,000 from Huntley senior-living community where she used to work (FOX 32)
∙ 22. Prospect High School football team donates $15,000 to Shriners Hospital in memory of teammate's twin who died in 2008 (ABC 7)
∙ 23. Cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle to be keynote speaker at Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance and Celebration Dinner on Jan. 12 in Hoffman Estates (Daily Herald)
∙ 24. Buffalo Grove Public Works Department re-accredited by American Public Works Association (Daily Herald)
WEST
∙ 25. Woman, dog rescued after falling through ice into pond on Aurora's west side (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
∙ 26. Batavia's mayor to run for 10th term in office (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST
∙ 27. Tinley Park doctor convicted of Medicare fraud, sentenced to 40 months in prison, must pay $1.5 million in restitution (CBS 2)
SOUTH
∙ 28. Spring Grove man killed at Chicago Deep Tunnel project in Summit (ABC 7)
∙ 29. Judge puts stop to Harvey mayor's attempt to kick four alderman off the city council, saying the move violates state's Open Meetings Act (Chicago Tribune)
NORTHWEST INDIANA
∙ 30. Indiana State Trooper uses CPR, Nalaxone to save Crown Point man injured in single-vehicle crash along I-80 (CBS 2)
∙ 31. State Representative's car reported stolen from the Glen theater in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
Tuesday:
NORTH
∙ 32. Chicago woman arrested in Alaska for allegedly stealing $357,000 from Niles company where she used to work (Chicago Tribune/Niles Herald-Spectator)
∙ 33. Libertyville considers liquor license for jazz/acoustic-music venue in village's downtown (Daily Herald)
∙ 34. Armed robber arrested after heist at First Bank and Trust in Skokie (FOX 32)
∙ 35. Developers eye properties at Route 60/83 and Midlothian Road, Route 60/83 and Route 176 for commercial, mixed-use developments (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST
∙ 36. Hoffman Estates Village Board recommends Cook County tax incentive to help Ace Hardware open store at Golf and Higgins roads (Daily Herald)
∙ 37. McGrath Automotive Group buys Barrington Volvo, to rename dealership McGrath Volvo Cars of Barrington (Daily Herald)
∙ 38. Former Arlington Park president Steve Sexton dies in Texas at age 57 after brief illness (Daily Herald)
∙ 39. Killdeer man arrested for burglarizing car in Arlington Heights (CBS 2)
∙ 40. Woman robs Huntley Jimmy John's at gunpoint (CBS 2)
∙ 41. Former rector at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines who was removed for 'inappropriate' relationship with another man moves back to Mexico (NBC 5)
∙ 42. Elgin man sentenced to six years in prison for sexually assaulting girl at Elgin park (FOX 32)
∙ 43. Rejected $130 million referendum likely to be issue in race for Palatine Township Elementary School District 15 school board (Daily Herald)
WEST
∙ 44. Naperville man convicted of 1995 arson and murder seeks new trial, claiming that fire-science engineers disproved his claim on how fire started (Daily Herald)
∙ 45. California-based 24 Hour Fitness withdraws proposal for 24-hour gym at former Dominick's site in Carol Stream (Daily Herald)
∙ 46. Mid-America Raceway hopes to revive interest in slot-car racing at Ogden Mall in Naperville (Daily Herald)
∙ 47. Endangered red-flanked duiker born at Brookfield Zoo (ABC 7)
∙ 48. DuPage County Sheriff's Office seeks Addison man for series of burglaries (CBS 2)
∙ 49. Broadview police find man shot after report of shots fired; victim pronounced dead at Maywood hospital (NBC 5)
∙ 50. Cousin pleads guilty to assisting man, girlfriend murder Oak Park woman in Bali (FOX 32)
∙ 51. Hinsdale man arrested for second time in a month after attempt to rob Hinsdale convenience store (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 52. Geneva City Council reverses decision, will allow liquor-license holders to run for office (Daily Herald)
∙ 53. Indiana Prairie Unit School District 204 board agrees to seek bids to sell 25 acres of land previously set aside for new middle school (Daily Herald)
∙ 54. Former Aurora woman sends clay angels to thank Central DuPage Hospital staff for caring for her after losing three fetuses during pregnancy (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST
∙ 55. Joliet man dies after being shot Dec. 9 in downtown Joliet (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 56. Worker killed at 'Deep Tunnel' project site in Summit was struck by all-terrain vehicle during snow-plowing operations (CBS 2)
∙ 57. Norovirus suspected in 50 people sickened at Orland Park banquet hall (ABC 7)
∙ 58. Worth man arrested for burglarizing car and stealing credit cards in Oak Lawn (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA
∙ 59. Greek diner Zorba's Restaurant in Highland closes after nearly 40 years in business (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 60. Munster native starts T-shirt-design company that highlights Northwest Indiana region (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 61. Nonviolent drug offender from Highland granted clemency by President Obama after 18 years in prison (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 62. Judge says Gary man 'tortured' 5-year-old son, sentences father to 40 years in prison for child's death (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
∙ 63. Casino association report claims new Pokegon gaming facility in South Bend will cost Indiana $350 million (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 64. East Chicago police seek leads in theft of tires, rims from an SUV parked in a South Shore Line parking lot (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 65. Crash on I-80/94 near Burr Street in Gary slows traffic (Northwest Indiana Times)
Wednesday:
NORTH
∙ 66. Grayslake gives tentative approval to Okabe Co. for office/manufacturing building to lure company away from Vernon Hills (Daily Herald)
∙ 67. Driver safe after pickup crashes into icy Pike River in Kenosha (WGN TV)
∙ 68. Chicago-based Blackstone Group acquiring Plaza del Prado in Glenview as part of $1.8 billion purchase of Swedish pension fund's U.S. real-estate portfolio (Crain's Chicago Business)
∙ 69. Round Lake house destroyed after fire started in garage; firefighters save Christmas presents (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
∙ 70. Fox Lake roommates plead guilty: one to possession of child pornography, the other to possession of controlled substances (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST
∙ 71. Eight-screen Cinemark movie theater opens at Spring Hill Mall in West Dundee (Daily Herald)
∙ 72. Man wearing construction vest robs Bank of America in Mount Prospect (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 73. Lake in the Hills man accused of defrauding church friends of money given to him to refinance mortgage (Daily Herald)
∙ 74. Transportation union for Elgin Area Unit School District U-46 asks board not to outsource jobs to private transportation company (Daily Herald)
∙ 75. Inverness woman wins federal court case in Kansas, allowing her to keep bag used to collect lunar samples that she bought at auction for $995 (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 76. Centre of Elgin fitness facility sees nearly 24 percent rise in memberships after renovations; city to raise user fees (Daily Herald)
∙ 77. Prospect Heights approves 24-hour gas station next to Arlington Heights neighborhood concerned about traffic (Daily Herald)
WEST
∙ 78. Gino's East opens restaurant in Rosemont Village Hall, after 12-year absence from community (Daily Herald)
∙ 79. Glen Ellyn Park District board approves $250,000 budget for installation of lights at Newton Park, despite neighbors' objections (Daily Herald)
∙ 80. Aurora alderman convicted of shoplifting won't run for second term (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
∙ 81. Aurora man caught stealing packages from porches near his home (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 82. Aurora, state officials say new U.S. 34 bridge over Canadian National railroad improves safety at long-deadly crossing (Daily Herald)
∙ 83. Kane County Board approves settlement for former Kane County sheriff's deputy who claimed he was fired to prevent him from challenging former sheriff in 2012 election (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST
∙ 84. Suspect in fatal January 2016 shooting in Lockport captured in Georgia (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA
∙ 85. Amerilodge Group LLC seeks to have residential lot on U.S. 20 in Portage rezoned to allow for new hotel next to Holiday Express Inn currently under construction (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 86. Three people found shot in front yard of home in 3600 block of Van Buren Street in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 87. Portage delays Airport Road stormwater-ditch enclosure project until U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issues permits (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 88. Police seek East Chicago man for Dec. 7 robbery of gas station (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 89. Man shot in leg after confronting another driver who'd been tailgating him in East Chicago (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 90. Highland employee charged with driving snow plow while drunk, resulting in crash with utility pole (Northwest Indiana Times)
Thursday:
NORTH
∙ 91. Lake Zurich Middle School woodworking club creates 100 toy cars for less-fortunate kids (Daily Herald)
∙ 92. Driver of stolen car dies after car crashes into Round Lake Beach retention pond; two passengers taken to hospital (Daily Herald)
∙ 93. Deerfield-based Baxter to acquire India-based Claris Injectibles (Crain's Chicago Business)
∙ 94. Illinois Tollway budgets $10 million for study of Route 53 extension; former director calls for end to environmental study (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST
∙ 95. Premature baby that weighted 14 ounces at birth is released after seven months at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights (ABC 7)
∙ 96. Person dies three weeks after Des Plaines house fire (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 97. Carpentersville to spend $70,000 on entrance to Andres Bike Park (Daily Herald)
∙ 98. Former Lake in the Hills deputy police chief charged with sexual abuse of Crystal Lake girl (Daily Herald)
WEST
∙ 99. Man robs TCF Bank in Stickney (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 100. Rosemont opts out of Cook County's mandatory higher minimum wages, sick days (Daily Herald)
∙ 101. Elk Grove Village Board to rescind resolution supporting Gov. Rauner's 'Turnaround Agenda' as threat of lawsuit hangs over it (Daily Herald)
∙ 102. Westmont police: Man tried to lure 13-year-old girl into car near 55th Street and Wilmette Avenue (ABC 7)
∙ 103. Intersection of Madison Street, Route 53 and Hill Avenue bridge reopen in Lombard (Daily Herald)
∙ 104. Elk Grove Village promotes deputy fire chief to replace recently retired predecessor (Daily Herald)
∙ 105. Naperville officials may place referendum to combine Lisle Township, Naperville Township road districts (Daily Herald)
∙ 106. Lombard TGI Fridays to be demolished to make way for Sam's Club; Egg Harbor Café closes Yorktown Center location, open new restaurant in Oak Brook (Daily Herald)
∙ 107. Candidate for Naperville Township road commissioner withdraws from race as Naperville pushes plan to consolidate road commission with Lisle Township (Daily Herald)
∙ 108. Batavia native and NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager loses battle with leukemia (Chicago Tribune)
SOUTHWEST
∙ 109. Joliet man arrested after leaving messages threatening to kill DuPage County judge, blow up Westmont police station and kill its chief (FOX 32)
SOUTH
∙ 110. Three people killed, two others injured after car crashes into parked vehicles in Posen (Chicago Tribune)
NORTHWEST INDIANA
∙ 111. Zuni's House of Pizza in Highland, Rusted Oak Gentlemen's Boutique in Valparaiso to close (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 112. Lake County sheriff's sergeant put on desk duty after being found drunk at Crown Point restaurant (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 113. BP Whiting refinery completes one of largest maintenance projects in facility's 127-year history (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 114. Crown Point residents facing 19 to 25 percent increase in utility rates as city works toward wastewater-infrastructure plan (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 115. State extends rebate on Indiana State Toll Highway rates through Feb. 28; company that runs toll road hasn't decided what to do after that (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 116. Three gang members charged with murder of state witness at Gary restaurant in 2010 (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 117. Two suspects sought in armed robbery of a Walgreens in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 118. Prospective robbers flee LaPorte gas station after clerk activates alarm (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 119. Parents demand answers after racist graffiti found in boys' bathroom at Andrean High School in Merrillville (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
REGIONAL
∙ 120. New Cook County state's attorney raises minimum limit for charging people with felonies in shoplifting cases to $1,000 or if offender has 10 previous individual felony convictions (Chicago Tribune)
Friday:
NORTH
∙ 121. Libertyville-Vernon Hills High School District 128 spending $201,000 on replacement of fire sprinklers that could have been replaced for free because of recall that expired years ago (Daily Herald)
∙ 122. Park Ridge pharmacy robbed of narcotics at gunpoint (FOX 32)
∙ 123. Waukegan man sentenced to 10 years in prison for beating and threatening relative, killing three dogs (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
∙ 124. Gurnee police seek information on vehicle possibly connected to home burglary on Dec. 10 (FOX 32)
∙ 125. Lake Zurich High School principal announces plan to retire at end of 2016-17 school year (Daily Herald)
∙ 126. Libertyville Elementary School District 70 working on project to add gym, classrooms and parking at Rockland Elementary School (Daily Herald)
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∙ 127. Elgin pastor, wife, United Pentecostal Church International sued over sexual harassment by parishioner he excommunicated (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 128. Aurora mother donates to Elgin shelter in son's memory as she awaits trial of man accused of his murder in Elgin (Daily Herald)
∙ 129. NTSB: Rob Sherman may have been flying his experimental plane at night, against FAA regulations (Daily Herald)
∙ 130. Arlington Heights Elementary School District 25 to borrow $31.9 million to help pay for building projects, including work already under way (Daily Herald)
∙ 131. Algonquin approves $5.6 million property-tax levy for 2017, 2.3 percent lower than fiscal year 2016 (Daily Herald)
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∙ 132. Documents added to case file show man who set activist's tent on fire in Naperville was formerly a Chicago police officer (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
∙ 133. Class at West Chicago elementary school uses technology to read books with students from Thai school (Daily Herald)
∙ 134. Man convicted of bludgeoning deaths of five Riverside housewives in 1960 at Starved Rock State Park to remain behind bars after request for parole denied (Chicago Tribune)
∙ 135. Winfield Elementary School District 34 hires Downers Grove Elementary School District 58 curriculum director as new superintendent (Daily Herald)
∙ 136. Student at Naperville middle school disciplined after bringing pocketknife onto bus (Daily Herald)
∙ 137. President of Lisle investment firm (a Warrenville resident) indicted on nine counts of securities fraud and one count of defrauding a client (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 138. River Forest branch of MB Financial robbed (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 139. Oak Brook mansion once owned by Chicago White Sox star Frank Thomas sells for $2.3 million (Chicago Sun-Times)
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∙ 140. Gas line in Homer Glen repaired after house explosion, evacuation (ABC 7)
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∙ 141. Three-vehicle crash at CR 400 South and U.S. 35 in LaPorte sends eight people to hospital (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 142. Winfield town marshal suspects reckless hunters in shotgun damage to vinyl fence, garage in Winfield (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 143. East Chicago police officer faces repercussions after allegedly Snapchatting about federal raid (NBC 5)
∙ 144. Gary man sentenced to 85 years in prison for murdering friend in 2014 (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 145. Portage initiates eminent-domain procedure to take ownership of Dombey Lake property for new park (Northwest Indiana Times)
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∙ 146. Cook County clerk: Donald Trump received the fewest votes for any presidential candidate in county's history (Chicago Sun-Times)
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∙ 147. Village of Antioch, St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church go to court over requirement for handicapped accessibility, drinking fountain at resale shop (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
∙ 148. Evanston election board meeting postponed after city clerk becomes ill (Chicago Tribune/Evanston Review)
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∙ 149. Elgin VFW Post 1307 considers selling building as attendance declines (Daily Herald)
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∙ 150. 315 high-end apartments that features dog park to be built along Royce Boulevard near Oakbrook Terrace (Daily Herald)
∙ 151. Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory co-founder Dr. Edwin Goldwasser passes away at age 97 (CBS 2)
SOUTH
∙ 152. Markham residents facing loss of homes as city targets 35 properties for redevelopment (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
NORTHWEST INDIANA
∙ 153. Munster Police Department launches senior-welfare-check program (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 154. Man, woman charged in armed robbery and criminal confinement of State Representative from Gary, vehicle theft and fraud for using official's debit card (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
∙ 155. Merrillville-based Lakeshore Public Media ends run of Lakeshore Kids Channel as PBS prepares to roll out PBS Kids next month (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 156. Woman fatally shot on Saturday afternoon along 3600 block of Van Buren Street in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 157. Chicago man sentenced to 83 years in prison for killing pregnant girlfriend in Highland in 2011 (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 158. Man charged with shooting three people, one of whom died, on Dec. 2 in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 159. Winding Creek Cove Park in Michigan City to be converted into learning center for students with an eye on science careers (Northwest Indiana Times)
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∙ 160. State Representative from Skokie calls for seat belts on school buses in wake of Chattanooga bus crash (Daily Herald)
∙ 161. Cook County Jail officials try to figure out how inmate was able to keep laptop in cell long enough to record homemade talk shows on it (CBS 2)
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