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CHP in the News Brian Rokos-Redlands Daily Facts

‘Unparalleled heroism’: Inland CHP officers presented Medal of Valor

On Aug. 12, 2019, California Highway Patrol Officer Robert Paul was standing by on the Eucalyptus Avenue offramp of the 215 Freeway in Riverside as motorcycle Officer Andre Moye Jr. prepared to have a vehicle towed.

CHP in the News Andrew Sheeler-The Sacramento Bee

Newsom honors CHP officer who recovered Tara O’Sullivan
The Sacramento Bee

Gunshots rained down on the law enforcement officers who tried to recover fallen Sacramento Police Officer Tara O’Sullivan a year and a half ago.

CHP in the News John Parmer-YourCentralValley.com

CHP K9 Beny finds $1 million of cash after traffic stop

The California Highway Patrol officers seized over $1 million of cash with help from K9 Beny after stopping a Ford van for speeding in the Merced area.

CHP in the News Damon Arthur-Redding Record Searchlight

Loose cattle back up I-5 traffic in Redding; CHP called to corral them

California Highway Patrol officers used their patrol vehicles Tuesday morning to round up a small herd of cattle running along Interstate 5 in Redding.

CHP in the News Ryan Hill-CBS Sacramento

Off-Duty CHP Modesto Officer Saves Man’s Life With CPR In Home Depot

A casual Thursday morning trip to Home Depot for Cristian Ewell and her husband Leonid Kasperovich took a near-deadly turn in a heartbeat last week.

CHP in the News Tim Lantz-KFBK

CHP Helicopter Crew Rescues Injured National Guardsmen Caught in Wildfire

Sunday afternoon, a California Highway Patrol helicopter crew assisted with the rescue of four injured National Guard firefighters, who were caught inside the Bear Fire in Butte County.

CHP in the News Kimberly K. Fu-The Reporter

Two Solano CHP officers help save the life of a child – The Reporter

Two California Highway Patrol officers saved the life of a child Tuesday night in Dixon.

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Addressing distracted driving -- the No. 1 killer of teens

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