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CHP in the News Tony Karis-Santa Cruz Sentinal

Ocean Speedway: CHP’s Mueller takes opening Police-N-Pursuit race

Wet conditions notwithstanding, opening night of racing at Ocean Speedway began with eager fans and five divisions of competitors.

CHP in the News Oscar Flores-KEYT

CHP officers help stranded elderly man get home, be reunited with wife

Several California Highway Patrol officers are being recognized for their indispensable service to an elderly man who was left stranded on the side of the freeway over 100 miles from his home.

CHP in the News abc30.com

Madera CHP officer helped make sure a Modesto woman took part in her naturalization ceremony

Madera CHP officer Javier Ruvalcaba was part of a special detail Tuesday morning.

Watch the video.

CHP in the News Sacramento Bee

Watch CHP rescue man from steep cliff above Pacifica Beach in the Bay Area

A team of California Highway Patrol officers, with an assist by Daly City firefighters, rescued a man who was clinging to a Pacifica beach cliff at Mori Point on Monday, April 17, 2017. He was trying to climb the cliff in the Bay Area when he became stranded and couldn’t move, according to news reports.

CHP in the News KRON4.com

VIDEO: San Jose CHP officer dances for high school students

A Bay Area CHP officer is doing something a little different, and in the process, putting a smile on a lot of faces.

CHP in the News Bob Redell-NBC Bay Area

Two CHP Officers Help Rescue San Jose Police Officer From Fiery Crash With Big Rig

A San Jose police officer had a close shave early Wednesday morning when he rammed his SUV into the back of a big rig on Highway 84 in Livermore, according to the California Highway Patrol.

CHP in the News Santa Clarita Valley Signal

New memorial honoring Newhall Incident officers unveiled in ceremony

A new memorial honoring the four officers killed in the line of duty in what is now known as “The Newhall Incident” was unveiled at the Newhall Area Office.

CHP in the News KTVU

14 people rescued from Santa Cruz County beach

More than a dozen people were rescued Sunday after they became stranded on a beach near Davenport, California Highway Patrol officials said.

CHP in the News Adrian Rodriguez, Marin Independent Journal

Marin honors life of fallen CHP Officer Lucas Chellew

Hundreds of California Highway Patrol officers from Marin, Sonoma and San Francisco counties gathered in San Rafael on Wednesday to honor the life of fallen Sacramento CHP motorcycle Officer Lucas Chellew.

CHP in the News Rob McMillan-ABC 7

Man thanks CHP officers who helped save him from burning car near Adelanto
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A man who was trapped inside a burning car met some of the first responders who helped save his life in Tustin.

CHP in the News Maneeza Iqbal-KCRA

Cool California K9s take to the air during training

Two K9 canine officers with the U.S. Coast Guard were on the hook – literally – Tuesday as they trained with their handlers and the California Highway Patrol Air Operations Golden Gate Division.

CHP in the News Alma Fausto-Mercury News

CHP is switching from SUV-style patrol cars to sleek Chargers

California Highway Patrol officers have begun hitting the road in sleek black-and-white Chargers as the agency starts replacing their SUV-style patrol cars.

CHP in the News Sierra Sun Times

Up Close With Hayden Harper of Mariposa, the Lost Then Found Child, and CHP Central Division Air Operations Airplane and Helicopter

Today, Air-41 and H-40 took a break from their patrol flights to meet Hayden Harper, the 2 year old boy who went missing from his home in Mariposa on March 2nd.

CHP in the News SacBee.com

Asian American Group makes large donation to family of Officer Chellew

An Asian American public safety group from Sacramento made a large donation to the family of Officer Lucas Forrest Chellew.

CHP in the News CBS News

California Highway Patrol rescues 2 calves stuffed into car

It was one of the more unusual calls the California Highway Patrol has received: Someone reported seeing a cow trying to climb out of a small car parked alongside an interstate.

CHP in the News Bill Lindelof-The Sacramento Bee

Coffee shops brew up $76,000 in donations for family of fallen officer

Sacramento area Dutch Bros. coffee shops and the Human Bean java joint in Rocklin raised $76,000 in one day for the family of fallen CHP Officer Lucas Chellew.

CHP in the News ABC10.com

Support fallen officer’s family by buying a cup of coffee
The Human Bean in Rocklin is giving all of today's proceeds to the family of fallen CHP Officer Lucas F. Chellew (March 3, 2017)

The Human Bean in Rocklin is giving all of today’s proceeds to the family of fallen CHP Officer Lucas F. Chellew (March 3, 2017)

CHP in the News Shane Lou-TODAY.com

Indiana state trooper’s hilarious turn signal PSA goes viral

You’re familiar with the turn signal in your car. You know how to use it. But do you use it? Like, all the time? If the answer is no, Sgt. John Perrine has a message for you.

CHP in the News Oscar Flores-KEYT

Santa Barbara couple deliver sweet surprise to CHP officer – KEYT

A grateful Santa Barbara couple delivered sweet baked goods to a California Highway Patrol officer that helped them in their hour of need.

CHP in the News abc7news.com

San Francisco police officer honored for catching CHP slashing suspect

The San Francisco Police Department is hailing the heroism of one of its own.

CHP in the News NBC Bay Area

Officers bring birthday cheer to young evacuee

The CHP provided a little birthday cheer to a 3-year-old at a shelter in Chico for people who evacuated due to the emergency situation at the Oroville Dam spillway.

CHP in the News CBS Sacramento

Sacramento CHP Officers Lending A Hand In Butte County Rescue Kangaroos

Cats, dogs and livestock weren’t the only animals saved from the possible flood zone downstream from the Oroville Dam.

CHP in the News Samuel Reiman-Fox Sports

John Force Racing honors California Highway Patrol with paint scheme

Robert Hight will race the world’s fastest patrol car this weekend in Pomona, California.

CHP in the News Capitol Public Radio

Badly Injured CHP Officer Returns To Work On Limited Duty

A Sacramento CHP officer badly injured in a hit-and-run on Interstate 80 in April is back at work on limited duty.

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Other articles about Officer Ericson:

Road To Recovery Tough For CHP Officer Hurt In Hit-And-Run

Family of injured CHP officer thanks public

CHP in the News Austin Dave-Santa Clarita Valley Signal

CHP officer shelters crash victim’s dog –

Fonzie, a passenger in vehicle involved in a Monday morning traffic collision, was sheltered by a California Highway Patrol officer. It’s worth mentioning Fonzie is a dog.

CHP in the News Harry Harris-East Bay Times

CHP officers rescue man in burning car in Oakland

Three California Highway Patrol officers, one a rookie, pulled a man from a burning car Tuesday morning on Interstate 580 in Oakland, authorities said.

CHP in the News SacBee.com

CHP helps guide disabled semi on snowy hill

After a semi-truck became disabled on a snowy and icy Interstate 80, CHP officers helped guide it down the hill until it could park safely on the side. 

CHP in the News East Bay Times

New Oakland CHP Commander joins local community activist to feed homeless

The new CHP Commander in Oakland joined a community activist to distribute donated burritos to homeless people in an effort to build relationships.

CHP in the News SCVNews.com

CHP Mounted Unit in Rose Bowl Parade

The CHP Mounted Unit will make an appearance at the Rose Bowl Parade on Jan. 2, 2017, in Pasadena, Calif.

CHP in the News Patch.com

Officer helps get student to holiday performance

After a family’s car breaks down on the way to their child’s holiday performance, a CHP officer arranged a ride with CHP to get the child there so he didn’t miss it.

CHP in the News Michael Bodley-SF Gate

CHP officers talk down man from ledge of Benicia Bridge – SFGate

An officer with the California Highway Patrol talked down a man contemplating suicide on a ledge of the Benicia-Martinez Bridge on I-680 in Contra Costa County Thursday, police said.

CHP in the News Dana Nichols-calaverasenterprise.com

A kind CHP officer helps suicidal Mountain Ranch man rekindle hope

Ronnie Smith wants the world to know that the kindness of a law enforcement officer – specifically California Highway Patrol Officer Kory Harrington – inspired him to keep on living.

CHP in the News Oscar Flores-KEYT

CHP officers help elderly woman in need

Two California Highway Patrol officers are being praised for their quick and noble actions when an elderly woman arrived at the Santa Barbara CHP office seeking help.

CHP in the News Jim-Silva-The Sacramento Bee

Deputy finds dog in his car after leaving his door open

The Tuolumne County, Calif., Sheriff’s Department may have found another potential candidate for its K-9 unit.

CHP in the News Tracy Press

Shopping spree for second-graders

Tracy Police and California Highway Patrol officers took 50 second-graders on a shopping trip Saturday morning during the 10th annual Shop with a Cop event.

CHP in the News Michael Sharpiro-The Press Democrat

Celebrations: CHP officer puts it all on the line to save lives

The call came in near the end of CHP Sgt. Jason Bahlman’s shift in May: An erratic driver apparently under the influence was being pursued in the northbound lanes of Highway 101.

CHP in the News Andre Byik-Chico Enterprise-Record

Officials tour new CHP facility in south Chico

Motorists traveling along Highway 99 in south Chico may have noticed the erection of a large communications tower near Southgate Avenue, east of the highway.

CHP in the News Dana Griffin-KCRA3

CHP: Your phone’s GPS can save lives

The California Highway Patrol says a bird’s eye view of an area is not always the easiest way to find people lost in the wilderness. Using your phone’s GPS can lead rescuers to your location faster.

CHP in the News Lisa Gonzales-KCRA3

CHP corral escaped cows in North Highlands neighborhood

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CHP in the News KernGoldenEmpire

The California Highway Patrol hosting 7th annual Chips for Kids

The California Highway Patrol is hosting the 7th annual Chips for Kids Toy Drive to make the holidays brighter for disadvantaged children in Kern County.

CHP in the News Michael Bodley-SF Gate

CHP officers talk down man from ledge of Benicia Bridge – SFGate

An officer with the California Highway Patrol talked down a man contemplating suicide on a ledge of the Benicia-Martinez Bridge on I-680 in Contra Costa County Thursday, police said.

CHP in the News KCRA 3

CHP cadet run heads to law enforcement memorial days after shooting

As dozens of California Highway Patrol junior cadets led a cacophony of yells early Wednesday morning, 138 cadets from the graduating class of the CHP Academy set off on a traditional run from West Sacramento to the California Peace Officers’ Memorial near the state Capitol.

CHP in the News CBS San Francisco

CHP rescues couple and injured dog

CHP in the News Mike Eiman-The Sentinel

Fallen CHP officer remembered

State and local officials remembered a Corcoran native Friday who died more than 40 years ago while serving as a California Highway Patrol officer.