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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Early Sunday morning an adult woman was walking along the 300-400 block of Ivy Street when she was kidnapped. After being dragged into the suspect's car, an anonymous man saved her. The suspects drove away.
The Shasta County Sheriff's Office ended a months long investigation into 31 basset hounds that were allegedly being hoarded by a woman, according to deputies. At one point, deputies say they were all living in a U-haul trailer.
General Manager Vaughn La Tour said the FTC was overstepping its bounds and trying to create new law without going through the proper process and the local dealership never sold a vehicle with an open recall.
"It was a wasted chance to go maybe do something special and be a part of history,” Clancy Barone said this week, as he prepares to head with the Denver Broncos to Santa Clara, the site of this year’s big game.
The manager of the Capris Motel was shocked to discover her establishment is on a new public list of motels and hotels with the most "calls for service" on the Redding Police Department website. A call for service is anytime an officer is called out to a location in the city.
Like a steady stream of water, people filtered into the office at the Paradise Irrigation District on Clark Road in Paradise, turning in their dissenting votes on a rate hike that would generate, in some cases, an increase of 40 percent in monthly bills, excluding assessment fees.
On Thursday, the Federal Trade Commission said General Motors, Jim Koons Management and Lithia Motors Inc. failed to tell customers, who bought used cars, about some unrepaired safety recalls. It means hundreds of thousands of cars may be unsafe to drive, according to the FTC.