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More details come out as Shasta County home invasion robbery suspects plead not guilty at arraignment
Four Sacramento area residents were formally charged Wednesday with first-degree robbery and other crimes in connection with a Sunday home invasion in Redding that allegedly saw one of them hold a gun to the heads of a Redding couple and threaten to kill them.
Redding Police Chief Roger Moore shares his experience of rebuilding post Carr Fire
REDDING, Calif. — The Carr Fire in Shasta County and the Camp Fire in Butte County have left many in the Northstate with destroyed homes and a long rebuilding process. Among those who lost their homes are several of the first responders who ignored the danger to their own homes to help others evacua
Northbound I-5 shut down for pursuit in Shasta County
Update as of 6:00 a.m. Thursday, December 6, 2018:. As of 5:50 a.m. the California Highway Patrol has shut down northbound lanes on I-5. Shascom has confirmed a vehicle pursuit started around 5:30 a.m. Thursday morning.
Suicidal driver gets life in prison after crash killed aspiring doctor, Calif. DA says
A suicidal Northern California driver, who survived a crash she caused but killed another driver, was sentenced last week to up to life in prison. Grace Ward, a 29-year-old Red Bluff woman, intentionally sped north on the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Redding just after midnight on Jan. 7, a
Drunk driving accident leaves one dead in Cottonwood
A Whitmore resident is dead after a drunk driving accident forcibly ejected them from their vehicle in Cottonwood early Sunday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP).
Shasta County Sheriff: Armed Home Invaders Captured
REDDING, Calif.- A man in Redding called authorities saying that his neighbors were robbed at gunpoint and that he helped them escape zip ties before being shot at for attempting to prevent the suspect's escape.
Meeting slated for Shasta County Groundwater Agency to make import water decisions
December 6, 2018, 2 PM City of Anderson Council Chambers 1887 Howard Street, Anderson, CA 96007. On Dec. 6, 2018, the Enterprise-Anderson Groundwater Sustainability Agency (EAGSA) the local Shasta County group will be meeting at 2:00 p.m., Anderson Council Chambers. The agenda is located at this lin
Carr Fire damage continues to threaten water supplies
More than three months after the Carr Fire was contained, the burned out hillsides the deadly blaze left behind continue to pose a threat to water quality in western Shasta County.
Two males found deceased in the waters of Eastman Lake, near Burney ~ East Valley Times
On Nov. 26, 2018, at approximately 4:37 a.m., the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office received a report of two adult male subjects that were overdue in the area of Glenburn, California. Family members last saw the two male adults leave the boat dock of Eastman Lake in a canoe around 10:00 p.m. last eveni
Supervisor Rickert recognizes Board approved appointments throughout county
As the end of the year draws to a close, the Shasta County Board of Supervisors is busily approving appointments to various positions for organizations throughout the county. In District 3, there were several appointments. The Burney Fire Protection District had Keith Greenwood appointed for a four-
SCSO and probation officers conduct check and arrest offending suspects
On December 6, 2018, deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office along with Shasta County deputy probation officers conducted a joint AB109 operation. The purpose of this operation was to check on residents of Shasta County who are currently on probation or parole under AB109. The operation foc
French Gulch man takes plea deal in 2015 threats case, leaves jail after three years
After countless delays, nearly a dozen different defense attorneys and a memorable courtroom outburst, a 46-year-old French Gulch man arrested in 2015 for allegedly threatening to kill law enforcement officers and schoolchildren in a “Columbine-style” attack has been released from Shasta County Jail
Man connected to theft of show dogs killed in shootout with police
REDDING — A 42-year-old Redding man, previously arrested in connection with the June 6 theft of a van containing 14 show dogs in Redding, is dead after a vehicle chase Thursday morning that ended in a shootout with police on Interstate 5.
Junior fiddlers keep holiday music festive
Aspiring young musicians displayed their skills in a festive holiday setting when the Old Time Junior Fiddlers performed Friday afternoon in Klamath Falls. A group formed five years ago by members of the regional chapter of the Old Time Fiddlers, the Old Time Junior Fiddlers are a way to pass along
5 New South San Francisco Area Homes For Sale
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Looking for a new home, and want to get a better understanding of what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some help finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Fear not! To keep you up to date, we've got a fresh batch of five new listings nearby.
Environmental Group Challenges Shasta Dam Project
One of the water projects that California voters approved is about to get underway. Workers are in the pre-construction phase of raising Shasta Dam up near Redding in Northern California , with geologists taking core samples to study the rocks under and around the Dam site. That all sounds good, but
Child found in deplorable conditions, man arrested on weapons and drug charges
CITY OF SHASTA LAKE, Calif. — A man was arrested Tuesday for multiple drug charges, weapons charges, and child endangerment after Shasta County law enforcement officials served a search warrant at a home in the City of Shasta Lake.
Retired Fire Chief Brings Bikes to Kids in Need
Shasta County, Calif.-- "I remember back in my childhood, the four of us kids got new bikes for Christmas. Before my dad passed on he said, 'Ted, you don't know the half of it, it took us three years to pay off our credit cards from those bikes',"said Ted Blankenheim.
Rebuilding after the Carr, Delta fires: This group will raise $15m for 300 of the neediest homeowners
A disparate alliance of nonprofits, churches, healthcare providers, therapists and businesses has set an ambitious goal of raising $15 million to help about 300 people rebuild after this summer’s fires in Shasta County.
National expert on Adverse Childhood Experiences to speak after film screening
Called “the greatest public health discovery of our time”, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the toxic stress it produces profoundly impact our community by increasing the risk of mental health challenges and chronic health conditions later in life. While Shasta County has experienced success