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Redding Man Found Guilty in Attempted Knife Attack Case

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - A guilty verdict was served in Shasta County Wednesday for a man who attacked a homeowner with a knife. Prosecutors say William Bailey was stealing bamboo off a man's property and then had threatened that man with a knife when confronted.


Redding woman charged after allegedly injecting Botox without a license, injuring patients

REDDING, Calif. — According to the Shasta County DA's Office, charges have been filed against Susan Ann Tancreto after an investigation revealed she was providing Botox, and other similar treatments, without a license, causing severe injury and significant facial deformities to some of her victims.


Woman Faces 12-Year Sentence in Deadly Hit-and-Run

ANDERSON, Calif. - A woman faces more than 12 years behind bars for a deadly hit-and-run in Anderson. Leslie Freiberg pleaded guilty to felony vehicular manslaughter. Police say she hit and killed James Shryock with her car in July. The charges also violated her probation.


Shasta College Opera Workshop 2019 Production

Where: Shasta College Theatre 11555 Old Oregon Trail Redding, Ca 96003. When: January 25th, 26th, and February 2nd all at 7:00 pm, and a matinee on January 27th at 3:00 pm. Event Description: The 2019 Shasta College Opera Workshop production will feature four performances of Henry Purcell’s English


Man calls deputies to tell them he is shooting off his 357

REDDING – On January 13th at 9:00 a.m. the Shasta Area Safety Communications Agency, received a call from a man who announced he that was shooting off his 357 magnum pistol. The caller was identified as 53-year-old Randy Fisher of Redding. Fisher told the person who took his call that he would”put h


Man identified in Old Oregon Trail, Bear Mountain Road single vehicle fatal collision

On January 14, 2019, at approximately 12:20 p.m. a Deputy Coroner Investigator was dispatched to La Crescenta Drive in Redding, at Old Oregon Trail and Bear Mountain, regarding a fatal, single vehicle, traffic collision. Emergency personnel responded to the scene and determined the vehicle had left


Sheriff: Domestic Disturbance Leads to Shooting, Arrest

Mt. Shasta, Calif. — Deputies arrested a Mount Shasta man on Wednesday morning after he shot at a woman as she tried to drive away from him, according to the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office (SCSO).


California man charged with threatening college shooting

GLENDORA, Calif. — A California man has been charged with threatening to shoot up a college that was locked down for hours as police searched the campus. Thirty-year-old Terrell Lee Bennett of Pomona is charged with making criminal threats and illegally possessing ammunition.


Authorities Investigating Murder-Suicide in Red Bluff

RED BLUFF, Calif. - The Tehama County Sheriff's Office is investigating a murder-suicide in Red Bluff. On Wednesday, Jan. 16, at around 4:03 p.m. dispatch received a call from Sheila Anderson who reported finding her son and his wife dead in their home on River Heights Drive in Tehama County.


Redding Firefighters will soon carry "Narcan" in response to drug-related calls

REDDING, Calif. — Police have geared their duty belts with Narcan, the life saving overdose drug, but with drug related calls on the rise, firefighters in Redding will start using it as well.


Patients got Botox and lip filler, but their fake nurse maimed them, Calif. prosecutors say

A Northern California woman posing as a nurse gave patients Botox injections and other cosmetic treatments — leaving her unsuspecting victims with “significant facial deformities,” some of which could last a lifetime, according to prosecutors.


Last round of stormy weather hits Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The last Pacific storm in a weeklong series is expected to douse an already-soaked California and forecasters say the state is still at risk for dangerous mudslides in burn areas and blizzards in the high Sierras.


Couple found dead in Bend Area home

RED BLUFF — A man and woman were found dead in a Bend Area home Wednesday afternoon in what law enforcement is investigating as a murder-suicide. Deputies responded just after 4 p.m. Wednesday to a call from a woman who reported finding her son and his wife deceased in their River Heights Drive home


Lawyer: 7 adult kids freed from parents’ squalid California home not bitter

LOS ANGELES — Seven adult children who were freed from their parents’ California home and years of alleged abuse are not bitter, their attorney said Wednesday. Jack Osborn, a lawyer who represents seven of David and Louise Turpin’s 13 children, said in an interview on NBC’s “Today” show that his cli


Redding debates new hotel proposal

REDDING, Calif. — A debate has sparked over a new hotel in Redding. The planning commission approved the idea of a 4-story hotel, but it was appealed by nearby neighbors. The project is planned for 1126 Del Monte Street across from Grocery Outlet. Residents in Grissom Court behind the empty property


Is Redding Cruel and Unusual?

On Tuesday, the Redding City Council is set to pass a revised anti-homeless camping ordinance the city claims will shield it from a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit decision last September. The San Francisco-headquartered court found such laws violate the 8th Amendment’s prohibition again


Shasta County residents prepare for severe weather

REDDING, Calif. — As heavy rain and strong winds move through the Northstate, people living in the Carr Fire burn scar area in Shasta County say they have made all the preparations they can for the winter weather.


Local roundup: Zoppi scores 21 as Butte men’s basketball pushes win streak to 6

The Butte College men’s basketball team won its sixth-straight game with a 62-45 win over College of the Siskiyous Wednesday in Weed. Corning alumnus Noah Zoppi led Butte with 21 points and three 3-pointers as Butte led the entire game.


Community can donate items for Transitional Housing Program available through One Safe Place

Recently, 25 place settings of hearty dinnerware were provided to One SAFE Place by Palo Cedro’s Spay, Neuter and Protect animal program (SNAP). These are truly thoughtful needed items because One SAFE Place (OSP) has a Transitional Housing Program for families when they leave the emergency shelter.


Prep Athlete of the Week: Pleasant Valley’s Austin Matthews keeps grinding out clean sheets at goalie

CHICO — During his four years in goal, Austin Matthews has experienced the mostly good, and occasional bad times, within Pleasant Valley’s vaunted boys soccer program. As a sophomore keeper, he earned a clean sheet over Shasta to secure the Vikings a state record 80 wins in a row. The following year