Woman gives birth in Plumas National Forest

A woman gives birth in the back seat of her car last week in the Plumas National Forest. 

Part-time employees can earn paid sick leave

Staring on Wednesday, businesses will be required to offer paid sick leave to part-time employees.

Eight-hour standoff ends with two in custody

An eight-hour SWAT standoff situation in Chico ended Wednesday afternoon with two men in custody. 


Neighbors question REU scheduled maintenance

Power is back on for people living near the intersection of Tehama Street and Magnolia Avenue in west Redding.

Surveillance video helps nab suspect next door to where crime happened

On Wednesday morning around 4 a.m. the Quintana family woke up to a man taking items out of their garage off Parkview Avenue in Redding. The suspect was later identified as Shawn Allen Williams.

Man arrested for theft after victim receives tip about identity

A thief who took a child’s birth certificate and social security card from an unlocked vehicle has been caught, said Redding Police Department.

Housekeepers found unconscious at Redding hotel

The Redding Fire Department has responded to the La Quinta Inn on Hilltop Drive after two housekeepers on the third floor were found passed out.

Fans react to local soccer star heading to World Cup final

The U.S. Women's National Soccer team is heading to the World Cup final game in Vancouver and miles away from the semi-final game, the hometown spirit was evident as the team defeated Germany.

Caltrans halts construction on Highway 299 July 4th traffic

Construction along Highway 299 between Arcata and Redding will be halted for the fourth of July weekend traffic, Caltrans announced Tuesday.

Boles Fire suspect pleads guilty

Ronald Marshall, 25, has pleaded guilty in Siskiyou County Court in connection with last year's Boles Fire.

Fire ignites propane tanks, bullets inside garage

A fire destroyed a garage used partially for bullet reloading in Tehama County

Chico police, SWAT team surround home in search of suspect

Officers are trying to contact a man who may have been involved in an early morning armed robbery.

590 customers left powerless due to broken branch

According to the City of Shasta Lake's answering service, the city is experiencing a power outage that encompasses a large part of the city, but don't know specifically how wide-spread.

Business owner claims Walmart construction trapped her at work

A Red Bluff business owner said she was trapped at work when workers ripped out the street in front of her business.

Chico running out of water? Cal Water says no

An article published this month on 247wallst.com lists Chico as one of nine cities in the country to be in the worst drought conditions. The title claims, the city is "running out of water". 

Auto lube owner gives travel tips before hitting the road

More than 4.8 million Californians are expected to travel out of town for the fourth of July.

Officials: Oroville fireworks celebration bigger than ever

Officials are saying this year's fireworks celebration in Oroville is expected to be the biggest ever. Where will you be celebrating Independence Day? 

Park service stabilizing Whiskeytown blacksmith building

Whiskeytown National Recreation Area has completed a project to stabilize the remnants of the old blacksmith shop along Trinity Mountain Road.

Energy 'flex alert' in effect for California until July 1

The California Independent System Operator Corporation (ISO) has declared a "flex alert" for June 30 and July 1 for California.

Search warrant turns up over 1,100 marijuana plants

Two separate operations resulted in five arrests after the Butte County Sheriff's Office Special Enforcement Unit served a search warrant at three connected properties on Potters Ravine Drive in Oroville.

Elderly victim describes terror of home robbery

After being tied up and robbed at gunpoint in his own home, the elderly victim is speaking about coming face to face with the teenage suspect.

Cause of death determined in Tehama County Jail inmate death

The Tehama County Sheriff's Office announced Monday the cause of death of an inmate that died in the jail on January 20, 2015.

Swamp cooler less efficient during humid afternoons

Hot temperatures across the Northstate have everyone looking for ways to stay cool.

New Italian Ice business draws crowd with free scoops

Keeping cool in Redding was easy on Monday, thanks to the new Rita’s Italian Ice in the Cypress Pointe Shopping Center.

Home destroyed by fire that started in garage

A two story house fire on Plateau Circle off of Placer Road in southwest Redding has been contained after air and ground attacks from CAL FIRE.

Yo Yo championships move out of Chico

The National Yo Yo Championships, which has been held in Chico for 22 years, has outgrown the city says Bob Malowney, who founded the championships in 1988.

Officials: Fireworks may be safe and sane, but still illegal

Some fireworks may be legal in parts of the Northstate, but fire officials warn they are still very dangerous.

Controversial Facebook page targets homeless

A controversial Facebook page is gaining a lot of attention in Shasta County.

Quick thinking stops mattress fire from spreading to Redding apartments

On Monday, around 6 p.m. people at Park West Apartments on Dana Drive in Redding called 911 to report a mattress on fire in the backside of the apartment complex.

Corning man defends Confederate battle flag

A Corning man, whose hobby is participating in reenactments of Civil War battles, is defending the Confederate battle flag.

Man tied to chair, held at gunpoint in home robbery

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A Shingletown homeowner was robbed at gunpoint and tied to a chair Sunday afternoon.

Siskiyou 'armed and dangerous' couple, arrested

The Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office has arrested the couple that was considered 'armed and dangerous' after robbing a mini mart on June 26.

Coroner's office identifies teen killed in rollover crash

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The Shasta County Coroner's Office said Kodi Hunt, 17, of Redding, was killed in a crash on Highway 299 early Sunday.

North Redding motor home fire caused by candle

Firefighters said a candle sparked the fire on Oak Leaf and the flames spread to vegetation.

Lower gas prices may drive more 4th of July travel

Gas prices are about 60 cents lower than last 4th of July.

What to know before you or your children go swimming

The American Red Cross says 80% of Americans say they can swim, but less than half can perform the five basic skills that could save their life.

DA: Fireworks fires will be prosecuted as felonies

Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey is warning residents that they can face still fines for illegal fireworks.

Crash causes extended road closure, power outage

Wood Street closed for more than eighteen hours after crash

Giant flag replaced for the time being

The giant flag that used to wave in the wind right before Cypress Avenue exit on I-5 has been replaced, but not forever, according to Enterprise Lions Club, flag keeper Mike Ferrier. 

Secret Witness reward for information on Redding stabbing

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Shasta County Secret Witness is offering up to $1,500 for information that leads to the arrest of a man who stabbed someone earlier this month.

17-year-old girl killed in rollover crash on Hwy 299

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The CHP said a Chevy Lumina flipped several times in Bella Vista, killing the 17-year-old girl behind the wheel.

Mandatory water conservation ordered, Hoopa tanks run dry

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Residents in Hoopa Valley are asked to limit water use to drinking and flushing toilets.

Hog Fire burns in same area as earlier Saddle Fire

Firefighters were sent to the scene of a three acre fire Saturday afternoon. It was burning within the perimeter of the Saddle Fire.

Ups and downs of airline service in Chico contributes to loss of yo-yo nationals

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Organizer cites a lack of commercial airline service as one reason the yo-yo competition is leaving Chico

Shasta County D.A. speaks out on settled lawsuit with Kohl's

Retail giant, Kohl's, settled a lawsuit with the Shasta County District Attorney's office on Thursday for allegedly overcharging customers based on advertised prices.

Deputies: Suspect breaks window, sets fire outside home

Deputies arrested Orrin Colbourn, 29, early Saturday in connection with a fire at a home in Oroville.

Locals react to same-sex marriage ruling

In an unprecedented decision, the Supreme Court ruled Friday to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

Shasta County vegetation fire 100% contained

CAL FIRE says a brush and timber fire along Peyho Ranch Rd. in Shasta County was contained at 2 acres.

Fire chief talks 37 year career, experience before retirement

Redding Fire Chief Kevin Kreitman prepares to hang his hat soon as he will officially retire on Tuesday. He has been the department's chief for seven years.

Mini horse brings smiles, memories to Alzheimer's sufferers

On Thursday Pumpkin, an 8-year-old miniature horse, received one petting stroke after another from residents at Roseleaf Gardens, a center for people suffering from Alzheimer's, dementia or other cognitive impairments,

'One hot hawk' sparks discussion on wildlife and heat

Photos from a KRCR News Channel 7 viewer show "one hot hawk" getting some help as it tries to cool off. The images show a man holding a hose and the hawk enjoying the water very much.

Kohl's to pay $1 million, accused of over-charging customers

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A lawsuit brought by the District Attorney's offices of Shasta County and three other counties ends with a $958,686 settlement against Kohl's

Siskiyou deputies searching for 'armed and dangerous' couple

The Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man and a woman they consider "armed and dangerous" after deputies said they robbed the Lake Shastina Mini Mart.

Early morning fire destroys two homes

CAL FIRE said the damage to the two homes is estimated at $400,000.

Firefighters prepare for high fire danger

The U.S. Forest Service is increasing staffing due to increased fire danger this weekend

Locals react to approved vaccination bill

The California State Assembly passed a bill Thursday to end exemptions from state immunization laws that are based on personal or religious beliefs.

Fire crews battling blaze in Hoopa

The Hoopa Fire Department is currently battling a vegetation fire in Hoopa.

Name of drowned teen released by law enforcement

The name of a teen who drowned in the Sacramento River in Corning last week has been released by law enforcement officials.

Public agencies prepared to activate 'Excessive Heat Plan'

Butte County's Office of Emergency Management and Public Health are keeping a close eye on the weather conditions, prepared to activate their "Excessive Heat Plan." 

Police: Vehicle theft parolee steals car, leads police on chase

A man on parole for vehicle theft was arrested on Wednesday after the Chico Police Department said he stole a vehicle and led officers on a chase before flipping the vehicle and fleeing the scene.

Fire officials explain the dangers of drones during fires

CAL FIRE officials say when people fly hobby drones near a fire, it interferes with their response to fight the fire.

Crews work to create safe space in Paradise due to drought

Crews are creating defensible space over 20 acres behind the Feather River Hospital in Paradise. The work is expected to be completed before the fourth of July.

Redding fire seeing increase in calls for kids in locked cars

Redding Fire Department Captain Chris Varnum explained they have received more calls this week for kids locked in a cars.

Anti-gang unit helps track down alleged jewel thief

Investigators said Tanner Ward, 21, had stolen several pieces of valuable  jewelry to fund his heroin addiction.

Pedestrian hit by two vehicles in Redding

A pedestrian was struck by two vehicles while walking in the Enterprise area Wednesday night.

CAL FIRE: We're in the worst fire season on record

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CAL FIRE firefighters have already responded to nearly twice the average number of fires for an entire year.

Epileptic Redding man saved by transient

Sue Marshall was sewing in her house on Benton Drive in Redding Saturday afternoon when she heard a knock on the door. Slightly surprised, she got up and answered the door.

Local store takes confederate flags off the shelves

A Redding business owner has taken the confederate flag off the shelves of her business on Wednesday.

Water wise meeting helps landscapers, water users cut back

On Wednesday at the Redding City Hall Chambers, landscape contractors, water suppliers, city officials and irrigation contractors met for a Water Wise Symposium to learn different ways to cut back water use.

Neighbors: Bear sightings common in Magalia

Following a bear attack in Magalia on Monday night, neighbors said the incident is concerning, but the presence of bears in their community is far from unusual. 

Learn how to keep a green lawn, while conserving water

GroundsKeeper Professionals Landscaping Maintenance in Redding said they have a specific way to water lawns, while conserving at the same time.

Police: Man arrested for robbing three banks in Butte Co.

A man has been arrested for allegedly robbing three banks in Butte County.

Homicide victim from 1990 cold case identified

A Tehama County homicide victim from a 1990 cold case has been identified as Rosemma Mendenhall, 45, of Eureka.

Redding couple: Time to take back our neighborhood

Redding residents Bobette and Wade Riggs are offering a $500 reward to anyone who can provide information leading to the arrest of a man, who allegedly broke into their car early Wednesday morning.

Mom of 6 with cancer trying to raise money for treatment

Ann Burruss has six kids and was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer in December. 

Golden retriever & owner recovering from bear attack

Callie, a 9-year-old golden retriever, was critically wounded during a bear attack in Magalia Monday night. Her owner suffered bites and scratches.

Bicyclist suffers head injury after crash with SUV

Officials believe the bicyclist was at fault for the crash that left him with head injuries.

Caught on camera: Woman steals money bag, takes off

On Friday evening, Roy's Convenience Store on Main Street in Red Bluff was closing, when a woman entered the business, stole their money bag and took off.

Drought delivering tastier wine in Manton

While California is in the midst of the worst drought ever, some wineries across the state say there is a bright side.

Woman, dog injured in bear attack in Butte County

A Magalia woman suffered bites and scratches after a bear attacked her in her backyard.

Official: Public reporting leading to more marijuana cases

Butte County code enforcement is responding to more marijuana cases than last year, according to Chris Jellison, a code enforcement supervisor.

Search warrant turns up butane honey oil lab, 3 arrested

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Three men were arrested after agents served a search warrant at a residence on 1501 west 5th Street in Chico and found a butane honey oil lab.

Rabobank in Chico robbed, third bank in a week

The Rabobank in Chico was robbed Tuesday around 10:43 a.m.

Power restored to most customers after car hit power pole

Redding Electric Utility responded to a damaged power pole Tuesday morning in the Enterprise area.

Missing Redding man found safe in Oregon

A man reported missing Monday was found in Portland

Police: Bank robbery suspect takes off disguise during heist

Paradise Police Department released surveillance photos from the Rabobank on Pearson Road.

Rapinoe's success seen on world soccer stage

Nobody has a more watchful eye than her mother, Denise. Redding’s own Megan Rapinoe has been more than a bystander in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup – she’s been making a big impact for Team USA.

Firefighters respond to garage fire in Redding

Crews with the Redding Fire Department responded to a residence off Sacramento Drive for a structure fire Monday afternoon.

Fifth transient-related fire in Redding neighborhood

Residents on Emerald Lane in Redding are fed up with transients constantly starting fires near their homes.

PG&E: Repairs at Butte Creek 'unavoidable'

Nearly 300 Chinook salmon were reported dead last week following repair work by PG&E. The utility company said the repairs were unavoidable and things would have been worse had they not fixed the problem. 

Outdoor residential burning banned in Shasta, Trinity

As drought conditions continue to increase fire danger, CAL FIRE has suspended all burn permits for outdoor open residential burning in Shasta and eastern Trinity County.

YMCA summer day camps taking heat seriously

Shasta County YMCA has been planning for temperatures in the triple digits for months, according Linda Delles, director of child care and camps.

'Ability First' sports camp inspires kids with disabilities

Chico State has opened it's campus this week for an annual sports camp for kids with disabilities. 

Family, friends remember young girl who drowned

On Monday, friends and family of 14-year-old Iris Kelley spray painted words and messages on a bridge in the city of Mount Shasta to remember the short, but inspiration life she lived.

Sniffing out cancer: Woman trains dogs to detect the disease

Dina Zaphiris, a dog trainer for 23 years, is conducting research that shows dogs are capable of detecting cancer in humans at its earliest stage. 

Paradise Post announces closure of printing shop

The Paradise Post will shut down its printing shop on Clark Road on June 30, costing 41 employees their jobs.

CAL FIRE: Children with fireworks spark vegetation fire

CAL FIRE responded to a vegetation fire on Meridian Drive Monday afternoon around 2:30 p.m.

Teenage boy's body recovered near Woodson Bridge in Corning

The body of a 17-year-old boy was recovered on Monday around 10 a.m. near the Woodson Bridge boat ramp in Corning.

Road construction hours change on Highway 299

One-way traffic controls will be in  place from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Highway 299 between Redding and Weaverville.

Police use Facebook to track down robbery suspect

Redding police arrested Jacob Clements, 22, after the victim identified his alleged attacker using Facebook.

4 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.

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Weather Forecast: More Record Breaking Heat

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It turned out to be another hot day across the Northstate and although it will still be hot we are expecting to see our temperatures slowly drop as we approach the weekend.

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