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Fire destroys Hayfork mobile; family escapes unharmed

Fire destroyed a mobile home at the Kingsbury Mobile Home Park in Hayfork last Thursday night. Firefighters were paged at 7:07 p.m. and were on-scene deploying eight minutes later, said Capt. Leroy Warshawer of the Hayfork Volunteer Fire Department, who was incident commander. The doublewide mobile

TRINITYJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-21 13:15:00

Fatality in Downtown Redding DUI-Related Crash

On March 21st, 2018, at 8:11 p.m., a Redding Police Officer was on patrol in the area of California Street and South Street when she observed two vehicles near the intersection that had just been involved in a collision. It was discovered that one of the vehicles had significant damage with three pe

FOOD FOR THOUGHT& A NEWS CAFE - 2018-03-22 15:25:07

Two teens injured in crash down steep embankment near Rio Dell

RIO DELL, CA. - A solo vehicle crash near Rio Dell injures two teens. At around 7:00 Wednesday evening, a vehicle for unknown reasons went off Monument Drive and down a 400 foot embankment. One of the victims, a 16-year-old boy was able to climb to Bear River Ridge Road, where he called 911. The oth

KIEM-TV.COM - 2018-03-22 07:13:14

Redding Deputies Searching for Elder Abuse Robbery Suspect

Redding Calif.-On Sunday March 18th around 3:30 in the morning Shasta County Sheriff's Office received a call from Eutropia Ledford, 81 years old reporting that two men she didn't know came into her house on Leon Lane bound her up with duct tape and battered her with an unknown object. Scroll for

ACTIONNEWSNOW.COM - 2018-03-22 17:55:00

Former clinic doctor gives up license after complaints

A physician who worked for a year at the Trinity Community Health Clinic in Weaverville has surrendered his license to practice medicine in California following accusations including sexual misconduct and gross negligence of two patients at his prior workplace. The accusations against Romeo Arcega A

TRINITYJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-21 13:15:00

Planners weigh microbusiness cannabis rules

Next up in Trinity County's march to adopt local land use regulations for key aspects of the state-legal marijuana industry is a proposed microbusiness ordinance intended to enable small farmers to not only cultivate, but also manufacture, distribute or sell their products offsite under a single lic

TRINITYJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-21 13:15:00

UPDATE: Woman in fatal wreck arrested for DUI, manslaughter

A 41-year-old Humboldt County woman was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of DUI and gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated following a two-vehicle crash in the downtown Redding area that killed one of her passengers. Larose Marie Kelly of Garberville, who was injured in the crash and ta

RECORD SEARCHLIGHT - 2018-03-22 03:32:21

Man fleeing with knife causes school lockdown

A man who threatened deputies with a knife before running in the direction of an elementary school caused a short lockdown at the Anderson-area campus Wednesday morning. Shasta County sheriff's deputies went to the 20000 block of Matamoros Street east of Airport Road about 10:30 a.m. to investigate

RECORD SEARCHLIGHT - 2018-03-22 00:12:39

TPUD receives Helena fire claims exceeding $32 million

Remains of the Trinity Canyon Lodge. The Helena fire tore through the Junction City area beginning the evening of Aug. 30 and before it was extinguished burned 76 residential structures and a similar number of outbuildings.Wayne R. Agner | Trinity Journal file The Trinity Public Utilities District h

TRINITYJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-21 13:15:00

Trinity County Sheriff's Office releases list of most wanted

The Trinity County Sheriff's Office (TCSO) has released its latest list of most-wanted fugitives. The list consists of 24 criminals who are currently wanted by the sheriff's office. Below is a breakdown of the TCSO's wanted criminals: Joshua John Anderson is charged with: PC 459, PC 30305(A)(1), PC


Rekindling fire wisdom - recovering burning traditions

This is Part 1 in a series of Rekindling Fire Wisdom articles designed to expand your appreciation of the role of fire in creating a healthy ecosystem. Part 2 will focus on local plant communities, fire adaptations, and fire management options. Part 3 inspires us to explore the revival and renewal w

TRINITYJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-21 13:15:00

Man Arrested After Approximately One Pound of Suspected Heroin Found in His Possession, According to Humboldt Sheriff's Department

This is a press release from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Drug Task Force. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty: Based on a month long investigation, Special Agents with the Drug Task Force were granted a

KYMKEMP.COM - 2018-03-21 07:00:00

CHP investigating 'unusual' death on I-5

California Highway Patrol officers are trying to piece together the "unusual" death of a man along Interstate 5 Sunday. Officer Jason Morton said the victim was hit by a big rig and killed around noon Sunday near Lakehead. The incident happened just south of the town on the northbound side of the f

RECORD SEARCHLIGHT - 2018-03-21 18:21:39

Man convicted of punching online nemesis after spotting him at Mt. Shasta Mall

They'd never even met in person. But when Kenneth Wayne Reynolds saw the man at the Mt. Shasta Mall Sept. 16, he apparently knew him right away. It was a few weeks after Reynolds and the man had gotten into a heated online argument. The victim had blocked Reynolds on Facebook, but the drama didn't

RECORD SEARCHLIGHT - 2018-03-21 00:41:05

'The name of the game': Friend explains how dog-poisoning suspect chose burglary targets

Subscribed, but don't have a login? One of the men accused of poisoning a retired police dog when he broke into an officer's house had a laundry list of criteria he used to pick out the "multiple" homes he had targeted before that, a friend and alleged accomplice told detectives. Joshua Norton, 35,


RPD: Woman swung rod at officer who responded after she attacked Capri Motel manager

Redding police say a woman staying at the Capri Motel used several makeshift weapons - including a tree stake and an aluminum rod - to attack the owner of the motel and one of the officers who came to sort things out. Sgt. Les James said 63-year-old Jo Ann Lints' first crime was hitting motel manage


Federal project to increase water storage would raise Shasta Dam 20 feet

In order to increase California's water storage, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is requesting $20 million dollars in order to raise Shasta Dam about 20 ft. Shasta Dam is the largest reservoir in California. The proposal would increase water storage in Shasta Lake by over 600,000 acre-ft. which coun


Chop shop operator gets 130-day jail sentence

Subscribed, but don't have a login? A Redding man accused of operating a chop shop on Canyon Road in south Redding was sentenced Tuesday to 130 days in Shasta County Jail as part of a plea deal he took last month. Isaac Philip Lewis, 37, who was arrested Feb. 9, pleaded no contest to operating a cho


Redding woman killed in I-5 rollover

A Redding woman was killed Monday morning after her vehicle rolled over and hit a tree, local media reported. The incident was reported about 7:30 a.m. on northbound Interstate 5, north of County Road Seven in Orland, according to Action News Now who had information from the California Highway Patro


A substantial amount of bomb calls makes Shasta Co well-experienced and prepared

On Monday, the Shasta County Bomb Squad practiced one of their two mandated monthly trainings at their Office of Emergency Services in Redding. "We've received some pretty substantial calls in Shasta (County) which has gained a lot of experience," Sgt. Marc St. Clair. with the Shasta County Sheriff