Top headlines: Monday, May 21
Here are the top headlines for Monday, May 21.
21-year-old Dylan Pietrs was found dead in his tent Saturday at Shasta Lake.
Deputies said Pietrs had been drinking Friday.
No foul play is suspected at this time, according to officials.
2. PG&E warns of increased river flows
There will be higher flows on the North Fork Feather River, as PG&E begins repairs at the Belden Powerhouse.
The public is being warned that the outflows could reach more than two times the normal outflow.
The voting registration deadline for the June primary is Monday.
To vote by mail, a ballot request must be received by May 29.
4. Construction work impacting traffic in Chico
There will be traffic delays on East 10th Street from Highway 99 to Linden Street starting Monday.
The work is for a street storm drainage project.
A new threat called laze is impacting residents in Hawaii.
Laze comes about when lava goes into the ocean, and originates from the words 'lava' and 'haze.'