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Police have charged a woman from Willits with suspicion of attempted murder, after a 17 year old who was 5 months pregnant, was stabbed at a Ukiah apartment. The Ukiah Daily Journal says Ukiah police were called to an apartment on Village circle on Friday evening, where they found the victim with stab wounds to her neck. The suspect is identified as 18 year old Shira Jessie Adams. The stabbing, police say, came during a domestic dispute. Adams was taken to the Mendocino County jail on $250,000 bond. There is no word on the victims condition but police say she was airlifted from Adventist Health Ukiah Valley to an out of county hospital. Police say the investigation is ongoing and that they’d like to hear from anyone with more information.

CHP saying more today about a fatal crash on Lakeville Highway on Friday afternoon. Officers say the man who died was behind the wheel of an open Jeep that rolled down an embankment, after nearly colliding head on CalFire SUV. He was pronounced dead at the scene. His name hasn’t been released. The SUV driver, identified as CalFire Assistant Region Chief George Morris of Sacramento, suffered minor to moderate injuries. The road near Old Lakeville Highway Road #1 was closed for about six hours after the crash.

Traffic slowing for a while this morning after a crash on Highway 101 south of Willits, said to have involved several vehicles. No serious injuries have been reported but the road was closed in both directions for around an hour. The CalTrans website reports all lanes are now clear there.

The end may be sight for crews battling the Kincaid Fire. CalFire says the blaze is now 80 percent contained, with full containment possible as soon as Thursday. There are now just a few evacuation warnings left and officials say they’re finalizing the re population plans after a damage survey was done. Since it started on October 23rd, the Kincaid fire has scorched more than 77,000 acres

The Mendocino County Elections Department says there is NO election on Tuesday, November 5th. There is apparently some confusion because the county has switched its special district election dates from ODD years to EVEN years. That means the next time Mendocino County Voters got to the polls is March 3rd 2020, for the California Presidential primary and other state and local elections. Candidates for any of those state or local races have until November 6th to submit their petitions in lieu of filing fees, while the filing period itself runs from November 11th to December 6th, with an extension until December 11th if the current office holder isn’t seeking re election. Another key date to keep in mind. You’ll have until February 17th next year to register to vote in the March election. The election/county clerk’s office is available to answer any questions.

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