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Holiday Driving Tips From the California Office of Traffic Safety

 Holiday Driving Tips From the California Office of Traffic Safety

California has had its first taste of cold, wet weather, and while people prepare for holiday travel, the oncoming winter season and the onslaught of more rain and snow, the California Office of Traffic Safety wants to remind motorists of the importance of staying safe and alert when driving in dangerous conditions.

"The coming weeks are sure to bring heavy holiday traffic and more wet weather, so exercising extreme caution when hitting the roadways is incredibly important," Christopher J. Murphy, Director of the California Office of Traffic Safety said.

The following tips are designed to help California drivers safely navigate wet, snowy and icy roadways during the holiday travel time:

 

'Christmas In Coulterville' Scheduled For Dec. 15

'Christmas In Coulterville' Scheduled For Dec. 15

Holiday Concert At Mariposa High School

Holiday Concert At Mariposa High School

Grant applications sought for Homeowner Counseling and Legal Services for Homeowners

Grant applications sought for Homeowner Counseling and Legal Services for Homeowners

Attorney General Kamala Harris has announced a $10.4 million grant program for organizations that provide housing counseling and legal services to homeowners.

Operation Boo: Keeping Kids Safe On Halloween

Operation Boo: Keeping Kids Safe On Halloween

As families head out to trick or treat Wednesday night, authorities will be out as well to implement the 19th annual "Operation Boo."

Parole agents with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and other law enforcement officers will be checking on registered sex offenders to make sure they're staying away from trick-or-treaters.

The operation demands sex offender registrants adhere to the following conditions:

-- A 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew during which parolees must remain indoors;

-- All exterior lights of their homes must be turned off so that it looks as if no one is home, which discourages children from approaching;

-- No offering of Halloween candy and no Halloween decorations are allowed;

Pet Safety on Halloween

Pet Safety on Halloween

Tips on keeping your pet from getting too spooked, or sick, this Halloween! 

Trick or Treat for Sandy's Victims This Halloween

Trick or Treat for Sandy's Victims This Halloween

We would like to encourage you to step up and help those who have seen their lives and property devastated by Superstorm Sandy.

We're calling it "Trick or Treat for Sandy's Victims."

Our news team will be collecting money outside the KMPH studios live during Great Day on Friday, November 2, 2012.

You can stop by and drop off your donation between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m.

We are located at 5111 E. McKinley Avenue, right by Fresno Yosemite International Airport.