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The nightmare continues for shooting victim

The shooting is over in Rancho Tehama, but the nightmare continues for Troy McFadyen. He still vividly remembers the shooter running him off the road, methodically killing his wife, Michelle, shooting him twice and leaving them both in a ditch by the side of the road. "I'm still having moments of fl

RECORD SEARCHLIGHT - 2017-11-20 02:31:44

Redding woman spends 30 years fostering substance-exposed babies

REDDING, Calif. - Raelene Macdowell and her husband Ted have fostered more than 600 children in Shasta County over the past 40 years. They also have ten of their own. Three of them birth children, and seven adopted. All seven adopted children were substance exposed in the womb. One of the Macdowell'

KRCRTV.COM - 2017-11-19 19:10:09

Defiant Redding man thwarts robbery attempt

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Friendly and outgoing, 74-year-old Gary Mace of Redding also has a stubborn streak. He doesn't take guff from anyone, especially those who try to steal his wallet. Just ask a 29-year-old parolee now in custody at Shasta County Jail arrested Thursday afternoon for


No arrests in Friday night DUI, license checkpoint in Redding

Redding police didn't find a single drunken driver during a four-hour checkpoint Friday night, they said. Police screened 607 drivers during the checkpoint on Hartnell Avenue at Reservoir Lane, between Churn Creek Road and Victor Avenue, Sgt. Mark Montgomery said. They stopped 13 drivers and gave th


NPU follows tips from addicts to arrest drug dealing duo

REDDING, Calif. - The Redding Police Neighborhood Police Unit followed tips from drug addicts that led them to a pair that they arrested for possession of methamphetamine and opioids for sale. NPU officials said they were getting tips from downtown drug addicts that were allegedly purchasing drugs


Police arrest duo after car runs out of gas

An attempt to escape from Anderson police and their K-9 Aero didn't go so well for a driver and her passenger early Saturday. Police said they spotted driver Carla Denise Bledsoe, 31, of Redding in a Lexus that had license plates for a Dodge pickup. A chase began about 2:30 a.m. starting from the An

RECORD SEARCHLIGHT - 2017-11-19 01:44:25

Trauma doctor recalls handling mass-shooting victims

REDDING, Calif. - Head trauma doctor at Mercy Medical Center in Redding, Dr. Aaron Osborne, is thankful his team was ready to take victims in from the Rancho Tehama Shooting, Tuesday morning. Mercy Medical Center was one of the hospitals to operate on victims from the Rancho Tehama Shooting Tuesday


Northstate gets five new MedSafe disposal kiosks

REDDING, Calif. - Owens Pharmacy installed MedSafe medication disposal kiosks, provided by NoRxAbuse, in five of its locations, bringing additional convenient and safe medication disposal options to Redding, Anderson, and Weaverville. NoRxAbuse is a local non-profit public benefit organization whos


Willow Creek Trail reopens in San Jacinto Mountains

IDYLLWILD >> The Willow Creek Trail, which allows hikers to go from Idyllwild to the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, has reopened, the California Department of Parks and Recreation announced Friday. The trail has been closed since the Mountain Fire of July 2013. The trail was cleared after work by the


Hemet leaders continue to speak out against Caltrans' proposed median

Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa can't be any clearer in her opposition to Caltrans' plan to construct a raised-curb median along her city's main thoroughfare. "I don't know how we can say it more explicitly, it's not for the city of Hemet," she said at last week's council meeting. Former mayor Lori VanArsda

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-18 22:00:01

Recycling event in Hemet collects 2,500 gallons of paint, stain and varnish

HEMET - PaintCare, a nonprofit organization established by paint manufacturers to provide convenient places to recycle leftover paint, held a successful event in Hemet Saturday, Oct. 28. More than 230 households and businesses dropped off an estimated 2,500 gallons of leftover paint, stain and varni


Felon is charged with series of armed Hemet robberies, as well as carjacking

A convicted felon charged with a series of armed robberies in Hemet as well as carjacking a woman outside a gym, then leading police on a chase, pleaded not guilty Friday, court records show. Anthony Miguel Screws, 31, of Hemet, was arrested Tuesday night after the pursuit. He is charged with four c


Man denies breaking stealing thousands of dollars in firefighting gear in Moreno Valley

A man charged with breaking into fire stations throughout Moreno Valley and stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of gear and devices has pleaded not guilty. Hector Daniel Velazquez, 28, was arrested Tuesday following a monthlong Riverside County sheriff's investigation. Velazquez was charged


IMDb file: Mandy Patinkin talks 'Wonder,' Inigo Montoya and his first film role

Mandy Patinkin will never escape the 1987 film "The Princess Bride" - nor would he ever want to. The 64-year-old actor has been embraced by fans all over the world for his fast-talking, sword-wielding performance as Inigo Montoya. The versatile actor and singer, who has shined in movies, TV and on B


On the Road: It's legal in California, but here's why driving with Fluffy or Fido on your lap isn't smart

Q: Michael W. from Beaumont asked for an explanation about the laws concerning pets in a moving vehicle. He said he's noticed more motorists taking their pets along with them when they drive and allowing pets to sit on the driver's lap. "It seems highly dangerous letting your unpredictable pet roam

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 16:00:06

For deported dad from Moreno Valley, adjusting to life in Ensenada hasn't been easy

Margarita Ruiz, 66, of Moreno Valley, hugs her son Ramon Ruiz Ortiz, 36, while visiting him in Ensenada, Mexico, on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017. Ramon Ruiz Ortiz was deported in May, leaving behind his wife and three U.S. citizen children. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Margar

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 14:01:00

Found Dogs, Three Young Dogs Found near Raeford

Submission ID 984 Date Found: November 18, 2017 Area Found (Please include city/town): Carolina Horse Park near Raeford Finder's Name: Moore Humane Society Finder's email: moorehumane@gmail.com Zip: 28327 Primary Phone: (910) 947-2631 Additional Comments: Found 3 dogs 2 males and 1 female. one is a

PILOT.COM - 2017-11-20 16:27:00

Zaxby's Opens New Location

Right on schedule, the new Zaxby's restaurant opened in Southern Pines on Monday. The popular Georgia-based chain is part of the growing "fast-casual" market and offers prepared-to-order chicken fingers, wings, sandwiches and fresh 'Zalads.' This is the eleventh Zaxby's store for licensee Chris Carn

PILOT.COM - 2017-11-20 16:33:00

Some suggestions to keep you and your holiday guests on the go

A Dickens Holiday: Friday, 1-9 p.m., downtown Fayetteville. Carriage rides, candlelight procession, arts, crafts, shopping, family fun for all ages. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County. 323-1776. 'It's a Wonderful Life': Today through Dec. 4 and Dec. 15-17, Gilbert Theate

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER - 2017-11-20 18:45:58

Fort Bragg reinstates military police commander after investigation

The head of the 16th Military Police Brigade at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, has resumed command following a month-long investigation, an XVIII Airborne Corps spokesman told Army Times. Col. Larry Dewey was temporarily suspended on Oct. 19 and has since been cleared of misconduct. "Col. Larry Dewey

ARMY TIMES - 2017-11-20 15:05:01