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Video: Bear That Wandered at Interstate 5, Captured and Released by Redding CHP
REDDING, Calif.- The Redding California Highway Patrol posted a Facebook video of officers releasing a 300-pound bear into the wild after authorities pursued it on Interstate 5 Monday morning.The CHP got a call around 6 a.m. about a bear wandering into northbound Interstate 5 near Churn Creek Road a
Redding Police: Teen Arrested For Attempted Murder of Mother
REDDING, Calif.- On Saturday night, a Redding woman escaped after being assaulted and held captive by her son.According to the victim, the attack began when 19-year-old Edward Ferrell dragged her into her house where he locked her inside.
Casa Ramos restaurants closed after DOJ operation
Still, he said, the California Department of Justice operation involved the serving of warrants at the Redding business, but that the state agency did not need, nor request, the assistance of local law enforcement agencies.
Carr Fire survivors lose homes, but find new water, energy bills in the mail
In the wake of the Carr Fire, the Shasta Community Services District said communication with customers has been extremely limited, leading to confusion about the charges people are finding on their bills.
Redding Police Arrest Suspected Drug Dealer After Two Month Investigation
REDDING, Calif.-For the past two months, Redding Police have been conducting an ongoing investigation into suspected narcotic sales at a residence in the 5800 block of Cedars Road.
Police "pursue" bear through Redding streets
REDDING, Calif. —Redding police officers "pursued" a bear through Redding Monday morning and are now working to get it out of a culvert underneath Churn Creek Road.At 5:37 a.m., officers say they received several phone calls about a bear running around the Hilltop Drive and Commerce Street area. Off
Fire update: Delta Fire 87 percent contained
Firefighters reported Wednesday the Delta Fire, which started off Interstate 5 near Lakehead on Sept. 5, remains at 60,277 acres, but that containment has grown to 87 percent.
Man arrested after tangling with deputy and K-9
The deputy, who said Cotter was mumbling and disoriented, called for medical personnel to come to the scene, deputies said.
Redding teen charged with kidnapping, assaulting his mother
Edward Christian Ferrell, who was arraigned Tuesday in Shasta County Superior Court, is charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment, assault with force, making criminal threats and assault with a deadly weapon, according to electronic court records.
Cold case defense aims to rule out police interview detailing a 25-year-old murder
A Shingletown man, who confessed to murder after 25 years, aimed to recuse his statements from a police interview, claiming details about the murder were coerced using the exploitation of personal religious beliefs.
Southern California surgeon, girlfriend charged with raping 2 women
The district attorney said the couple looked like "clean-cut, good-looking people," but colluded to seduce and assault women they met at bars and local festivals.
Redding City Council accepts report on Carr Fire temporary housing
REDDING, Calif. —The Redding City Council unanimously accepted a report to explore more options related to temporary housing due to the Carr Fire.That includes allowing fire victims to live in tiny homes or r-v's on friends property and even remodeling and refurbishing vacant motels.The council also
RFD: Car to blame for four fires near Big League Dreams in Redding
Local residents were working on putting out the fire when firefighters got there, and firefighters finished the job soon after, O'Connor said.
Law enforcement captures and releases bear after chase on streets of Redding
In Shasta County, the Carr, Delta, and Hirz fires have also forced bears and other wildlife as well into the city area after their natural habitat was destroyed.
Revved up revitalization project brings food trucks to downtown Redding
The food truck hub is set to open to the public on Thursday, September 27, and will feature six different rotating food trucks.
Redding Sears Store Torn Down Making Way for New Retailers
“It's going to be a changed landscape,” Redding Chamber of Commerce president Jake Mangas said. “We've seen a lot of those in the community lately. But it is a sign of progress and you have to be quick and nimble, especially in retail, to attract the customer base.”
Fire update: Delta Fire now 76% contained; blaze has burned 60,277 acres
Burning north of Redding, the Delta Fire is now a little more than three-quarters contained, the U.S. Forest Service said Monday morning.
Changing seasons: Redding's Gold Leaf Nursery closing after 43 years
While the Campbells say it’s simply time to retire and spend more time with their family, they also acknowledge how difficult it is operating a small business — and for a mom-and-pop nursery, competing with home improvement giants like Home Depot and Lowe’s is no small endeavor.
Couple who lost home in Carr Fire struggles for assistance
Recovery post Carr Fire will be for many, a long and slow process. It has left many overwhelmed and exhausted, with some possibly missing opportunities for assistance.
Bear released into the woods after spending a day hiding in culvert
“Yes, we are very happy with the outcome,” California Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist Pete Figura said Tuesday afternoon. “Again, the bear was real calm throughout the whole process. We opened the door and off he ran into the woods.”