Suspect steals from Shopko, pepper sprays employees

Redding police are looking for a man they say stole a cart of items and used pepper spray on employees to escape.

Former Marinello students frustrated after meeting

The school of beauty closed last week after accusations of fraud by the department of education and Wednesday was the final meeting to answer any questions.

Paradise Police Chief: "It's tragic all around"

The Chief of the Paradise Police Department is stepping forward to say the online backlash from the former Paradise officer charged with involuntary manslaughter has been relentless.

Feud between Modoc Co. Sheriff, DA boils over amid investigation

Modoc County Sheriff Mike Poindexter and Modoc County District Attorney Jordan Funk are feuding, each have called the other "the worst" elected officer they've ever known.

Community reacts to former Paradise officer being charged

It is a hot topic in Paradise, on Wednesday morning, as the community reacts to former Paradise police officer Patrick Feaster being charged with involuntary manslaughter while armed with a gun.

One person has tested positive for Zika virus in Yolo County

One person has tested positive for the Zika virus in Yolo County.

Feaster charged in deadly officer-involved shooting

A former Paradise police officer appeared in court Wednesday morning to face criminal charges for the shooting death of DUI suspect Andrew Thomas.

Butte deputies seek hit and run driver who hit pedestrian

Deputies in Butte County are searching for a hit and run driver who hit a young pedestrian and drove off.

Rescuers search for missing man near Lake Oroville

The Butte County Search and Rescue team will search for a man who went on a hike and never returned.

Local experts weigh in on FBI cybersecurity hack

Around 20,000 FBI employees had their personal information hacked and put online. The United States is now looking to invest in cybersecurity.

Redding baby battles rare heart condition

Katherine Santos's pregnancy seemed normal until doctors diagnosed her son with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome.

Tehama County moves forward with new fire safety regulations

Tehama County Board of Supervisors have historically matched its regulations to the state’s since 1991, but changed when CAL FIRE updated the state regulations for 2016.

Protesters call for former officer to face charges

Patrick Feaster is no longer employed by the Paradise Police Department, according to Paradise Police Chief Gabriela Tazarri-Dineen. She added that by law, she cannot say if Feaster resigned or if he was fired.

Blood banks taking steps to prevent spread of Zika virus

Concern about the Zika virus is growing in the U.S. and now a blood bank in Redding is working to make sure it doesn't spread in the Northstate.

Anderson business builds chassis for famous truck

Out of all the auto shops in the nation, they traveled half way across the country to Hotrods to Hell in Anderson to help them win big in underground street racing.

Police: Man stole food and donation jar from Chico store

A man was arrested in Chico Monday night after police said he stole food and money from a store and threatened a clerk.

'Armed and dangerous' suspect robs Domino's Pizza

Redding police searched for an armed and dangerous man who robbed a Domino's at gunpoint and assaulted an employee.

Two proposals rejected at Paradise water meeting

Hundreds of people expressed their opinions Monday night about a proposed water rate increase in Paradise.

Tehama Superintendent resigns at public meeting

With a bang of the gavel by Tehama County Board of Education Trustee Betty Brown, the board unanimously accepted Charles Allen’s letter of resignation at a special meeting Monday night.

Despite record temps El Niño is not over

The difference this week compared to January is a ridge of high pressure that built across California blocking any available moisture.

What parents should know when talking to kids about strangers

An 83-year-old man grabbed a 12-year-old's hand and did not say anything, on Friday, in Red Bluff.

Local record-breaking swimmer pursues new challenge

Two years ago, Hunter Wright became the youngest athlete to successfully swim the Magellan Strait. At the time he was only 17-years-old, becoming the sixth person in the United States to complete the swim.

Northstate native now Super Bowl winner

Denver Broncos Offensive Line Coach Clancy Barone is a Red Bluff native and Super Bowl 50 winner after defeating the Carolina Panthers Sunday night.

'Bidet Bandit' heads to rehab, still expected to face charges

A Shasta County woman known by many as the "Bidet Bandit" has checked into rehab after Redding Police suggested the option.

Armed robbery suspect in custody after 11 hour standoff

A man was arrested early Monday after an 11 hour standoff with police. Edward Walcott, 30, was arrested for armed robbery.

Property owner, neighbors reflect on 11-hour standoff

Police used tear gas to take the suspect into custody early Monday morning.

Patrick Feaster no longer employed by Paradise Police Dept.

Patrick Feaster is no longer employed by the Paradise Police Department, according to Paradise Police Chief Gabriela Tazarri-Dineen. She added that by law, she cannot say if Feaster resigned or if he was fired.

Prison officials looking into death of Shasta County man

Officials at California State Prison-Los Angeles County (LAC) are investigating the death of an inmate.

Continuance granted in Quentin Bealer murder trial

Quentin Bealer appeared in a Sacramento court room Monday.

Shasta County man pleads guilty to defrauding the VA

John Cal Howe II, 42, of Lakehead, pleaded guilty Monday to 23 misdemeanor counts in a scheme to obtain thousands of dollars in veterans’ benefits to which he was not entitled, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner said.

2 children taken into protective custody after narcotics arrest

Two children, ages 2 and 5, were taken into protective custody Thursday after numerous pieces of narcotics paraphernalia were found in the home they were living in.

Arson suspect arrested twice in one day

Anderson police arrested a man in connection to a fire on Sunday.

Mold closes 8 schools in Klamath-Trinity School District

Concerns over mold prompted the district to close all its schools for the next week.

Fitness expert attacks heart health with exercise

February is Heart Health Awareness month. One of the many ways to prevent heart disease is through exercise. The American Heart Association recommends a workout regimen for overall cardiovascular health. A personal trainer broke down how to accomplish that regimen.

Neighbors on high alert after girl was grabbed by sex offender

Red Bluff Police were called to Vista School on Friday after Freddie Latham, 83, grabbed a girl's hand, according to police.

Police: Red bluff man arrested after grabbing a child

Red Bluff police arrested a man, on Friday, for allegedly grabbing a 12-year-old's hand.

Father and son rescued after being stuck in snow overnight

SO Badge

A father and his son had to be rescued near Hatchet Mountain outside of Burney, after they got stuck in the snow.

Armed and dangerous man wanted for murder on the loose

Paradise Police Department is asking for the public's help finding Alex McClintock, 27. McClintock is wanted for murder. Police say McClintock is considered armed and dangerous.

Man arrested for hit and run and assault on officer

Police arrested a Redding man accused of rolling his vehicle over, running off, and assaulting a police officer.

Over 500 pounds of meat stolen from local business

R&R Quality Meats in Redding had 15 cases of filet mignon stolen early Friday by two men caught on surveillance video, deputies said. Over 500 pounds of meat was stolen totaling $4,200 in value.

Traffic collision kills 85-year-old Oroville man

GENERIC: car crash image

An 85-year-old Oroville man was killed in a crash early Saturday morning.

Deputies: Probation search leads to drug bust and 6 arrests

SO Badge

A probation search led to the arrest of six adults in Shasta Lake City.

Redding airport to offer direct flights to Portland

Starting April 21, 2016, the airline PenAir will offer direct flights from the Redding Municipal Airport to Portland International Airport.

Car crash causes power outage

Generic: Car Crash 2

Several dozen PG&E customers are without power late Friday night after a car reportedly crashed into a power pole.

Chico artist paints dalmatian that inspired NY firehouse after 9/11

Glen Hettrick, a Chico artist who specializes in portraits of pets, completed what he considers his most significant work.

Double murder suspect pleads not guilty despite confession

On Friday afternoon, Anthony Harrison Baxter pleaded not guilty in a Shasta County courthouse for the murders of an Anderson couple at their apartment in January.

Hundreds attend Go Redding Luncheon to support heart health

Hundreds gathered at the Redding Holiday Inn Friday for the annual Go Redding Luncheon. ?During the sold out event, Dr. Robert Coronado and Dr. Mohamed Khan spoke about new technology helping people work towards a healthy heart, as well as the warning signs of heart attack.

Citizens rally in effort to remove Butte DA through Grand Jury

Approximately 100 people lent their support to a criminal complaint that asks the Grand Jury to remove Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey from office.

Police: Surveillance video shows 'Bidet Bandit' stealing again

Surveillance images of Erin Casados, also known as the "bidet bandit," circulated on Redding Crime's Facebook page earlier this week, showing Casados stealing items out of another woman's purse and attempting to steal items from a few Redding high schools.

Woman killed in multi-vehicle crash on I-5

An 81-year-old woman was killed in the multiple vehicle accident on southbound I-5 near Sunset hills on Friday.

Redding real estate agent arrested in Arkansas pot bust

A Redding real estate agent was arrested in Pope County, Arkansas, after state troopers said they found 253 pounds of high grade marijuana with a street value over $404,800 after they pulled over the truck she was driving Monday.

Body of missing Tehama County man found in pond

The body of a Tehama County man was found in the pond where his boat was discovered capsized.

PenAir to expand services to Redding, Arcata-Eureka airports

PenAir announced on Friday that they would be expanding their service out of Portland, Oregon, to three additional locations.

Injured man holds down Paradise shooting suspect

A man was arrested in Paradise after he allegedly shot two people inside a mobile home Thursday afternoon.

Tehama Alert warns people of danger

The Tehama County Sheriff's Department is implementing a new system called "Tehama Alert" that will help to warn residents of dangers that might be near them during emergencies.

Damage remains nearly a month after deadly shooting

Neighbors who live at an apartment complex off Boulder Creek Drive in Redding are frustrated that the apartment where a deadly officer-involved shooting happened nearly a month ago has not been cleaned up.

Group calls for Butte Co. Grand Jury to consider removing DA

Even before Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey had completed his investigation into Paradise Police Officer Patrick Feaster's actions immediately following the shooting of DUI suspect Andrew Thomas in the early morning of November 26, there were calls for the district attorney to be removed.

Sex offender compliance checks held in Chico

On Wednesday, Chico Police conducted a registered sex offender compliance check.

All Marinello school locations close amid fraud accusations

Students from the Marinello school in Redding are stunned to find out they have to complete their certification somewhere else after spending countless hours and thousands of dollars to attend the beauty school.

Group asks for grand jury probe in Officer Feaster shooting

A group called Committee of Vigilance wants three public servants removed from office after a deadly officer-involved shooting.

Divers search for missing man after boat found capsized

The Tehama County dive team will search a local pond Thursday, looking for a missing man who may have drowned.

Redding police arrest man after high speed chase

Police arrested a man after a high speed chase through Redding.

New Neighborhood Policing Unit cracking down on crime

Police said they arrested Ou Ching Saefong at his home on Yellow Pine Avenue in the City of Shasta Lake Tuesday for allegedly selling heroin in Redding.

Get The Facts: Zika virus chances in Northstate

Dr. Andrew Deckert said 80 percent of people bitten by the mosquitoes carrying the virus will see no symptoms, and that 20 percent would see flu-like symptoms, like a fever, rash, and joint pain.

Top Hat Energy warns of phone scam in Redding

Customers complain the phone rings consistently, if you answer, there is an electronic phone that says goodbye and then hangs up the phone with Top Hat Energy as the caller ID.

Government cuts funding for all Marinello schools

(img1)marinello folo

The Department of Education announced Monday that they are cutting all federal funding for Marinello schools because of probable fraud.

Homeless agencies helping parents who abandoned toddler

The homeless parents of a toddler are getting help from local agencies after child services took their son Monday morning.

Credits offered with new water conservation extension

Once in effect, local water agencies can apply for credits to reduce their conservation goal between two and eight percent.

Many cities receive 'F' in newly released tobacco report

The American Lung Association released its annual State of Tobacco Control Report. In the report cities are given a grade based on their tobacco restrictions.

Chase ends with three arrested for commercial burglary

Three men were arrested on commercial burglary charges after leading police on a chase.

Driver in June Street head-on crash arrested for DUI

The Redding Police Department said the driver hospitalized after a head-on crash on June Street Wednesday morning has been arrested for driving under the influence.

Driver of head-on crash on Highway 273 north arrested for DUI

A driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI after a head-on crash on Highway 273 Wednesday morning.

Redding hotel employee speaks out about being robbed

Hotel employee, "Kristy," who only wanted to go by her first name said she is still terrified after being a victim of robbery at her workplace.

Shasta College warns students about on campus vehicle burglaries

Shasta College students and staff received an alert Wednesday informing them that the Shasta College Main Campus has experienced several vehicle burglaries recently.

Search warrant leads to arrest of suspected narcotics dealer

The Redding Police Department arrested a Redding man after a search warrant turned up drugs and packaging materials.

Driver hospitalized after head-on crash on June Street

A driver suffered injuries including cuts to his face after police said he slammed head on into a pickup in Redding Wednesday morning.

Emergency repairs underway to fix dangerous areas of I-5

Crews have begun making repairs on Interstate 5 at Cottonwood Creek, the scene of several recent big rig crashes.

Vote on mobile medical unit permits delayed

Much of the focus in the council chamber Tuesday night was on the HOPE Van, and it drew a packed house.

Lawmakers speak out against work plan including fishing weights

Assemblyman James Gallagher stated his concerns over a lack of evidence backing the department’s decision, along with the the economic effects a ban would have on the fishing industry.

Current El Niño falls short compared to 1997-1998

Redding has seen more than it's average rainfall for January, but less than 1998, the strongest El Niño season on record.

3 murder suspects in court; report reveals possible motive

New details, released in a police report, reveal the three suspects, Jannamarie Howard, Gina Miele and Litoshna Wilson, along with another suspect, Robert Pasillas, planned to go to Boring's home the day the murdered happened.

Donations needed for memorial sign to honor former mayor

A plan to place a memorial sign on both sides of Highway 44 in Redding to honor former State Assemblyman and former city of Redding Mayor Richard "Dick" Dickerson is in need of help, mainly donations to get the project off the ground.

Pilot program to explore charging drivers per mile

California drivers could be charged a tax for every mile we drive. Caltrans is launching a pilot program to see how it would work.

Police: Driver in fatal crash had BAC twice the legal limit

Charles Canfield, 26

A man suspected of drinking and driving faces a series of charges including second degree murder and vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated.

CHP downgrades injuries to minor in big rig crash on I-5

A big rig rear-ended a vehicle on northbound I-5, near the Twin View Boulevard exit, Tuesday afternoon resulting in a four vehicle crash.

California misses latest water conservation goal

Water Faucet Generic

The State Water Resources Control Board is considering extending the water conservation mandates through October.

Woman killed in mobile home fire identified

The elderly woman killed in a structure fire at the Enterprise Mobile Home Park has been identified.

Drug trafficking investigation nets meth, guns, $300,000

Drug agents have been investigating a high level drug trafficking organization in Butte County for more than two years.

Two small earthquakes hit Shasta County

Earthquake Generic

Two earthquakes struck Tuesday morning in Shasta County.

Robbery at downtown Redding hotel

A woman is wanted for a robbery that happened Monday night in downtown Redding.

New Redding PD unit arrest 7 for trading stolen items for drugs

The new Redding Police Department Neighborhood Police Unit arrested seven people after serving a search warrant on the 1600 block of Willis Street.

Advocates warn Super Bowl could bring increased human trafficking

Underneath the glitz of the Super Bowl, there's a dark under belly -- human trafficking.

Constant crime forces Cottonwood business owner to fight back

Cottonwood Wash and Dry off Gas Point Road is dealing with a different kind of dirty laundry. Constant burglaries and vandalism at their business is forcing the owner to fight back.

Students grieving, questioning loss of classmate killed

Children at Rother Elementary School in Redding are asking many questions about the death of their classmate Marley Johnson, 10, according to principal Robert Shaw.

Financially strapped Torres Shelter to ask city for assistance

During Tuesday's Chico City Council meeting, Brad Montgomery will make a presentation to seek support for the Torres Shelter of which he is its executive director.

Water main break floods parts of W Ninth Street in Chico

The Chico Fire Department responded to a water main break on West Ninth and Orange streets on Monday afternoon.

One person dead after Redding mobile home fire

The Redding Fire Department responded to a structure fire at the Enterprise Mobile Home Park off Hartnell Avenue around 4:30 p.m. Monday.

Trinity Co. man releases first album after decades long hiatus

After leaving the music scene in the Bay Area in the 1990s, a Trinity County musician is releasing his first album in years.

Mt. Shasta police searching for armed robbery suspects

The Mount Shasta Police Department is looking for two men who attempted to rob the Best Western Tree House on Morgan Way at gun point.

Smoke forces building, daycare evacuation at Chico State

A daycare center and other people were evacuated from Aymer Hamilton Hall at Chico State was Monday morning.

First Alert Weather

Weather Forecast: No Significant Rain Until Next Wednesday

Krueger pod

Above average temperatures are expected to last into next week before we see a bigger drop in our highs and eventually a chance for rain.

MORE
7 Day Forecast Interactive Radar Skycams
advertisement

Shasta County's Most Wanted

Butte County's Most Wanted

Tehama County's Most Wanted

Email Sign-up

advertisement
MORE COMMUNITY CALENDAR