Sheriff: Jia Huang, Missing Hiker From San Francisco, Drowned In Desolation Wilderness

EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — The body of a missing hiker from San Francisco has been found in the Desolation Wilderness near Lake Aloha. According to the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office, they first got a report about an abandoned tent on Tuesday near Lake Aloha. The tent looked to have been blown over by the wind. Deputies say a USFS Wilderness Permit and a driver’s license belonging to 32-year-old Jia Huang were among the personal items found at the site. Huang’s family told authorities that he was known to camp along and was scheduled to come home on Wednesday. Based on information from other hikers in the area, the sheriff’s office says it appears that Huang’s campsite was abandoned at some point between Monday night and Tuesday morning. With Huang nowhere to be found, emergency texts and pings were sent to his phone. Crews also started searching the area by air. Wednesday morning, a search and rescue team was assembled and went out to look for Huang. It was then that some gear was spotted close to the shore of Lake Aloha. With the

How to make sun tea so it’s bacteria-free and safe to drink

A quick Instagram search for #suntea turns up more than 36,000 results confirming that the summer months are prime time for this classic tea beverage. Add in the untold number of sun tea worshippers out there who aren’t into hashtags and social media and the results are clear: There’s a lot of love for sun tea. But what is sun tea, exactly, and why do more than a few health experts warn1 it may be dangerous? Making homemade sun tea (tea brewed by leaving it to steep in sunlight) can be dangerous because it can facilitate the growth of bacteria. Does that mean you should abandon your favorite method of making home-brewed iced tea? Not necessarily. What it means is that you need to know how to do this safely. REDUCE THE RISK Tea steeped in a jar on your porch won’t get any hotter than 130 F, about the temperature of a really hot bath and not nearly hot enough to kill nasties lurking either in the water or on the tea itself. For that, water needs to be heated to 195 F for

Police logs: July 1, 2022

The following information is compiled from Red Bluff Police Department, Red Bluff Fire, Tehama County Sheriff’s Department, Corning Police Department, Corning Fire, Cal Fire and California Highway Patrol logs.  Animals Houghton Avenue near Alger Avenue: A black pig was loose around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday. Paskenta Road near Ohm Road: A German shepherd was dumped in the area around 9:15 a.m. Wednesday. Arrests Shawn Joseph Leroy Elam: 32, of Los Molinos was arrested Wednesday and charged with receiving known stolen property. No bail was set. Richard Paul Guttridge: 32, of Corning was arrested Wednesday and charged with conspiracy to commit a crime, theft via usage of access card data. No bail was set. Jennifer Nicole Jensen: 37, of Butte City was arrested Wednesday and charged with being a felon in possession of tear gas. No bail was set. Jian Li: 46, of Sacramento was arrested Wednesday and charged with keeping a place to sell narcotics. No bail was set. Desirae Shoumounejad: 26, of Orland was arrested Wednesday and charged with violating parole. No bail was set. Brionna Raine Shropshire: 31, of Corning was arrested Wednesday and

Local calendar: July 1, 2022

If your group or agency has made changes to or cancelled an event, write to editor@redbluffdailynews.com or leave a message at 737-5042. Friday Red Bluff Celebrate Recovery: 7 p.m., High Point Assembly of God, 625 Luther Road, 567-8190 Senior Aerobics: 8 a.m., Red Bluff Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Corning Narcotics Anonymous: 7 p.m., 820 Marin St. Saturday Red Bluff Bird Walk: 8 a.m., Sacramento River Discovery Center, 1000 Sale Lane, free Farmers market: 8 a.m. to noon, River Park, EBT, debit and credit cards accepted Sunday No events scheduled Monday Red Bluff Senior Aerobics: 8 a.m., Red Bluff Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. Corning AA Corning Open Meeting: 5 p.m., St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 820 Marin St., 588-937-7599 Narcotics Anonymous: 7 p.m., 820 Marin St. Tuesday Red Bluff American Legion Mt. Lassen Post 167: 10 a.m., Veterans Memorial Hall, 735 Oak St. Card games: 12:30-3:30 p.m., Red Bluff Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. City Council: 6 p.m., via teleconference, live audio at https://redbluffca.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. Public comments may be submitted to citymeetings@cityofredbluff.org before the meeting or call 527-2605 x 3071. Community Center Book

Horoscopes July 1, 2022: Pamela Anderson, look at the big picture

CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Storm Reid, 19; Missy Elliott, 51; Pamela Anderson, 55; Dan Aykroyd, 70. Dan Aykroyd (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Happy Birthday: Reminisce, reach out to someone special, share memories, update your image and strive to do something that makes you happy. Take the time to get to know yourself better and grow mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Look at the big picture, and you’ll discover what you can do to make the world and your life better. Your numbers are 9, 15, 22, 26, 30, 33, 41. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Plan a fun outing or spend time with someone who makes you feel good about yourself. Make personal gain, romance and self-improvement your goals, and discuss your intentions with someone you love. A home improvement project will add comfort and convenience. 5 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Be honest when dealing with domestic matters. Someone won’t see things your way. Give others the freedom you expect in return. Set boundaries to avoid getting dragged into something that makes you feel uncomfortable. A change of scenery will lift your spirits. 2

‘We’re Ruining The Planet’: California Sets Nation’s Toughest Plastics Reduction Rules

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Companies selling shampoo, food and other products wrapped in plastic have a decade to cut down on their use of the polluting material if they want their wares on California store shelves. Major legislation passed and signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday aims to significantly reduce single-use plastic packaging in the state and drastically boost recycling rates for what remains. It sets the nation’s most stringent requirements for the use of plastic packaging, with lawmakers saying they hope it sets a precedent for other states to follow. “We’re ruining the planet and we’ve got to change it,” Sen. Bob Hertzberg, a Democrat, said before voting on the bill. Under the bill, plastic producers would have to reduce plastics in single-use products 10% by 2027, increasing to 25% by 2032. That reduction in plastic packaging can be met through a combination of reducing package sizing, switching to a different material or making the product easily reusable or refillable. Also by 2032, plastic would have to be recycled at a rate of 65%, a massive jump from today’s rates. It wouldn’t apply

Forward Progress Stopped In Nelson, Sandra Fires In Butte County

BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the two fires burning near Oroville in Butte County: 9:45 p.m. The forward progress of both fires has been stopped. Cal Fire said crews would remain in the area into the night. 8 p.m. Cal Fire said the Sandra Fire was 40 acres and 30% contained. Mandatory evacuation orders remain lifted. 6:53 p.m. The Butte County Sheriff’s Office said all evacuation orders and warnings they issued — Forebstown zones 684 and 831, and Hurleton Zone 855 — for the 35-acre Sandra Fire have now been lifted. 6:34 p.m. The evacuation warning for the Nelson Fire that was issued for the area north of the Afterbay has been lifted. Mandatory evacuation orders remain in place for Forebstown zones 684 and 831 for the nearby Sandra Fire. Additionally, the Yuba County Office of Emergency Services issued evacuation warnings for zones YUB-E002, YUB-E007 and YUB-E010 and advise residents in those areas to be ready to go if necessary. 6:18 p.m. An evacuation shelter has been set up at the OroNaz Church on Monte Vista Avenue in Oroville for those impacted by

Big Ten Votes To Add USC, UCLS As Members Starting In 2024

In a surprising and seismic shift in college athletics, the Big Ten voted Thursday to add Southern California and UCLA as conference members beginning in 2024. The expansion to 16 teams will happen after the Pac-12’s current media rights contracts with Fox and ESPN expire and make the Big Ten the first conference to stretch from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The announcement, which caught the Pac-12 off-guard, came almost a year after Oklahoma and Texas formally accepted invitations to join the Southeastern Conference in July 2025. Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren said USC and UCLA, both members of the Pac-12 and its previous iterations for nearly a century, submitted applications for membership and the league’s Council of Presidents and Chancellors voted unanimously to add the Los Angeles schools. “Ultimately, the Big Ten is the best home for USC and Trojan athletics as we move into the new world of collegiate sports,” USC athletic director Mike Bohn said. “We are excited that our values align with the league’s member institutions. We also will benefit from the stability and strength of the conference; the athletic caliber