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Shasta County Board of Supervisors declares a state of emergency
SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - The Shasta County Board of Supervisors has declared a new state of emergency due to last week's snowstorm. The sheriff's office says that the declaration was prompted because of the possibility of mudslides and damage to county roads.
Arrests made in decades-old killings of 2 California kids
SANTA ANA, Calif. – Authorities said Wednesday that they solved two decades-old cold cases that stunned Southern California, arresting suspects in the separate killings of a boy and a girl who disappeared while walking home from school.
Camp Fire family loses second home to falling trees in Shasta County snow storm
REDDING, Calif. — Just three months after the Camp Fire claimed their home in Paradise, the King family has survived their second near death experience in a row after several trees fell onto their RV in Lakehead, while they slept inside.
California Lawmakers Pushing Ban On Extra-Large Sodas, Other New Regulations On Sugary Drinks
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – “Big Gulp”-style sodas may be a thing of the past, if California lawmakers get their way. Democratic lawmakers are pushing bills that include a ban on extra-large sodas, warning label requirements and a prohibition that would keep sugary drinks from being displayed in the grocer
Exploding tire kills worker at California airport
SANTA ANA — A worker was killed Tuesday night when a large tire for a walkway that connects the terminal with jets exploded during repairs at John Wayne Airport. Two men were working on disassembling a wheel inside a workshop on the airfield near Gate Three, said airport spokeswoman Deanne Thompson.
Debris removal cleanup after Shasta County snowstorm
SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - Cleanup efforts are still underway in Shasta County after last week's destructive snowstorm. Residents have seen debris scattered around the county, including large tree branches.
Northern California double murder case to air on ’48 Hours’ show
Television viewers across the United States will soon learn about a case Yolo County residents are all too familiar with. The CBS show “48 Hours” will dive into the case of Daniel Marsh, who as a teenager murdered an elderly couple in their Davis home more than five years ago. The episode is set to
Families without power struggling in Shasta County
REDDING, Calif. — Thousands of PG&E customers are still without power in the Northstate after a winter storm. Some families are asking why their neighbor's power is on and their's is not.
Latest location of California bikini-barista coffee shop encounters criticism: 'Just disgusting'
The opening of a new bikini-barista coffee stand in California’s Bay Area is drawing the eyes – and the ire – of nearby residents. The latest location of Pink Pantherz Espresso, a coffee chain that employs bikini- or lingerie-clad servers, is being criticized as “disgusting” and “disrespectful” afte
Bye, Bye Big Gulp; California Tries To Ban Cups That Hold More Than 16 Fluid Ounces
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The days of the Big Gulp and other large soda cups may be done soon in California. A new bill would ban retailers from selling or giving away cups with removable lids that can hold more than 16 fluid ounces. Many times these cups are used for fountain soda or frozen sugary drink
Man charged with killing California boy in 1990 cold case
INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Authorities say a 50-year-old man is in custody in connection with the kidnapping and killing of an 11-year-old boy in Southern California nearly three decades ago.
Red Cross offers shelter from Shasta County storm damage
REDDING, Calif. - The Red Cross has set up a shelter at the Shasta County Fairgrounds in Anderson for anyone affected by the recent snow storm. Red Cross volunteers say many of the people they are seeing are still without power and heat.
3 men shot to death in Southern California gated community were ‘targeted,’ police say
A suspect who shot three men to death inside a Porter Ranch home was known to at least one of the victims, police said Tuesday, but a detective declined to explain what may have prompted the killings.
Could this new bill help solve California’s housing crisis? New study suggests otherwise
It’s often held up as a key strategy for solving California’s housing crisis: increase the supply of cheaper housing by encouraging more dense construction near transit centers.
Border wall, bullet train: California vs. Trump escalates
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Disputes over President Donald Trump's border wall and California's bullet train are intensifying the feud between the White House and the nation's most populous state.
Walters: Has Newsom become Governor Gaslight?
“Gaslight” was a 1938 British play, set in the 1880s, about a man who manipulates his wife into believing she is going insane to suppress her suspicions about crimes he is committing.
Gov. Newsom talks housing with California mayors, ‘can’t promise’ not to sue another city
Since his swearing in just over a month ago, Gov. Gavin Newsom has made no secret of his intent to buckle down on California’s housing crisis. He has already sued Huntington Beach for its alleged failure to build enough affordable housing. But the governor isn’t pursuing a purely combative approach
Gov. Newsom, President Trump Fight Over High-Speed Rail Funding
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — California’s High-Speed Rail system is facing new setbacks Tuesday after the federal government announced it’s pulling funding. Voters approved a bond to build the bullet train in 2008 and construction broke ground in 2015. California was depending on federal funding to finish t
Kaiser Permanente to open medical school in Southern California, offer free tuition for first classes in 2020
Kaiser Permanente is opening a hospital-run school of medicine in Pasadena, announcing Tuesday, Feb. 19 it would waive tuition for its first five graduating classes in an attempt to jump-start medical careers minus the typical crushing student debt.
WH exploring ‘every option’ to reclaim money from defunct California rail project, Trump to nominate Rosen
Welcome to Fox News First. Not signed up yet? Click here. TRUMP WH ‘EXPLORING EVERY LEGAL OPTION’ TO RECLAIM MONEY FROM DEFUNCT CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL PROJECT: The Trump administration announced Tuesday that it is exploring "every legal option" to reclaim $2.5 billion in federal funds spent by C