Shasta-Trinity National Forest Fork Complex: A community meeting will be held today, August 2, at 1pm at the Hayfork Community Church in Hayfork. A community meeting will be held today, August 2, at 4pm in Hyampom, at the Volunteer Fire Department.:    
Red Cross Evacuation Center for Mad River/Ruth at: Van Duzen Community Center, Van Duzen Road, Mad River:    
Precautionary evacuations for the town of Blocksburg.:    
Mandatory Evacuations for residences in the area of Mad River Rd from Highway 36 to Three Forks Road area and the back side of the lake on Ruth/Zenia Road to the Ruth Dam:     - Click for more Info
State Route 36 is closed at the Trinity County line due to the wildfires. It's unknown when the roadway will re-open:    
For 24-hour Air Quality Information, call the NCUAQMD’s hotline toll-free at 1-866-BURN-DAY (1-866-287-6329), or visit the website at www.ncuaqmd.org.:     - Click for more Info

Some North Coast residents plan to watch Jay Leno's last night as host of The Tonight Show

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Tonight, Jay Leno is saying goodbye to the “Tonight Show,” a job he has held for 22 years.

Despite being number 1 in the ratings for the last 17 years, the host of the Tonight Show is stepping down.  He is the only person to host the Tonight Show since Johnny Carson was the host.  Thirty-nine year old Jimmy Fallon will be his replacement.  We talked to people on the North Coast to see if they are going to watch Jay Leno’s big finale.  Which will air tonight on News Channel 3 at 11:34 p.m.

"Yeah, I'm going to watch it.  I try to watch Jay whenever I get the chance and I don't have to work early the next morning.  And he's just been around so long, he's just kind of been a part of the American story these days," said Eric Banko, who lives in Eureka.

"I may check it out just to see the end and see what he does.  Maybe something crazy will happen on the last show," said Stacey Baskette.

"I think I will.  I always like to watch the last ones when they go out and that type of thing and it's always fun to watch and they usually have a pretty good show," said Jim Reents, who lives in Eureka.