Top headlines: Friday, May 11
Here are the top headlines for Friday, May 11.
Officials will be out monitoring hot spots after a series of fires broke out between Chico and Paradise Thursday.
According to Cal Fire, there were a total of nine fires that spanned a total of 8.7 acres.
2. Agreement signed to prevent wildfires
An agreement has been signed between the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior in an effort to prevent wildfires.
Northstate Congressman Doug LaMalfa was at the signing.
3. Governor Brown to announce state budget propsal
California Governor Jerry Brown will reveal his final budget proposal Friday.
There was a $6.1 billion surplus in the previous proposal, and a decision was made to save all but $300 million of it.
A convicted killer has been sentenced to 15 years to life.
Jesse Jacobo was convicted for the April 2017 death of Harvey McGlothin, 39, in Red Bluff.
Officials in Hawaii are closing most of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Friday.
Scientists are concerned about potential explosions for Mount Kilauea.