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Suspect still at large in early morning armed robbery in Corning
CORNING, Calif. — Officers with the Corning Police Department were called to the scene of an armed robbery Friday morning at the Travel Centers of America in Corning. According to Corning police, surveillance video showed a man enter the business around 5:10 a.m. with his face covered by a shirt. He
Details released on Thursday morning crash
CORNING — The names of the injured parties in a Thursday morning crash on State Route 99E were released Friday by the California Highway Patrol. Three people sustained injuries ranging from minor to major in the multi-vehicle collision reported about 7:45 a.m. Thursday on SR 99E, south of Tecate Roa
Robert Kennedy Jr. Comes to Chico to Help Camp Fire Survivors
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Senior Nutrition lunch menu for the week ahead
Come join good friends for lunch in the Gardenside Café, in the Red Bluff Community and Senior Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. A freshly prepared, nutritionally balanced meal is served Monday through Friday at noon. Lunch also is served at the Corning Senior Center, 1014 4th Ave., at 11:30 a.m. Call 527
California jewelry store robbery thwarted after owner's nephew pulls out gun
A California jewelry store owner’s nephew pulled a gun on suspects as the two men allegedly tried to rob his uncle’s store, according to reports. The suspects, caught on video, allegedly tried to stab owner Jean Boujekian during the attempted robbery at Vana Watch and Jewelry in South Pasadena on Fr
Major injuries in multi-vehicle crash on SR 99
CORNING — A multi-vehicle collision just before 8 a.m. Thursday in the Corning area of South Avenue and State Route 99E involved at least one person with major injuries, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Sheriff's Office: Asphyxiation Ruled Cause of Death in Corning Homicide Investigation
CORNING, Calif. - The Shasta County Sheriff's Office has confirmed asphyxiation as the cause of death in a Corning homicide investigation that began in October. Erik Deno, 32, of Corning, appeared in court again on Tuesday.
Police consider charges against Camp Fire cleanup worker who posted 'reprehensible' photos
REDDING, Calif. – Police in California say they will pursue criminal charges against a cleanup worker who posted photos of himself in properties destroyed in a wildfire that some are calling disrespectful.
Camp Fire survivors brace for more flooding
CHICO, Calif. — Friday, PG&E removed hundreds of hazard trees from the Camp Fire burn area ahead of the rain and possibly even snow in higher elevations expected over the weekend.
Homeowners spared by Camp Fire in limbo: ‘I didn’t lose everything, but I do have losses’
MAGALIA — For blocks and blocks, there is just debris and rubble. Then, remarkably, a small cluster of homes is still standing. One of those homes is Michael Vought’s. And he doesn’t know why.
David Little: So long, maybe, to a newsman
Steve Schoonover, an editor and reporter for this newspaper since 1980, is retiring Tuesday. Probably. Or maybe it’ll be Friday. Hard to say. There’s this huge project, see, and we need his help on it, so we might talk him into sticking around.
Death notices received Dec. 14
LUCAS: William Elmer Lucas, 74, former Chico resident, of Payson, Utah, died Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018, in Chico. Arrangements are under the direction of Walker Funeral Home, 801-465-2507.
California utility, under scrutiny over massive wildfire, falsified pipeline safety records for years: regulators
One of California’s largest utilities company was accused Friday of falsifying safety documents for the state’s natural gas pipelines for years, even after it was blamed for a 2010 pipeline explosion that killed eight people.
Kamala Harris’ DOJ received misconduct claim involving aide months before she left: report
Sen. Kamala Harris insisted earlier this month that she was “unaware” of the harassment allegations against her top aide during her time as California’s Attorney General, but the agency that she oversaw: California's Department of Justice was informed about the complaint three months before she exit
Video shows suspects crash truck into California gas station, steal ATM
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. – Sheriff's detectives are looking for three men who stole an ATM from a Rancho Cordova gas station early Thursday morning and dramatic surveillance footage reveals how it all played out.
Local roundup: Orland wrestling defeats Corning in dual meet
The Orland High wrestling team edged Corning 37-30 Wednesday night on the road. Jennifer Soto won the 113-pound bout with an 8-0 decision and Madison Fonseca won the 126 match with a 7-4 decision for the Trojans.
Vice mayor appointed at Corning council meeting
CORNING — Councilman Robert Snow was unanimously appointed vice mayor during the City Council’s Tuesday night meeting. This was a reappointment, as Snow had previously taken on the role of vice mayor in December of 2017. The position of vice mayor is appointed by vote of the City Council and lasts f
Santa stops for pet visits in Corning
CORNING — Santa stopped at Richfield Feed and Supply in the Corning area Saturday for a special photo opportunity for those with four-legged friends. At least 20 pets and families had stopped in during the first hour at the second annual Picture Your Pet with Santa fundraiser for Corning’s Second Ch
Cards fall to Arcata 49-46 after close match
RED BLUFF — The Corning Cardinals faced Arcata during the Holiday Classic Thursday in a tight game before falling 49-46. Early in the first quarter, the Cards played aggressively, consistently dodging the Tigers and keeping the ball close to the opposing net.
100 years ago: Tehama County dogs had to pay taxes in 1879
In this tax paying season the memory of Mrs. B. F. Riley has been carried back to the year 1879 by finding among her old papers a tax receipt of that year. The receipt was issued to her husband by C. F. Foster, who at that time held the office of tax collector, sheriff and other positions. W. H. Tol