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Redding medical providers discuss COVID-19 in public forum

REDDING, Calif. — Redding held its first COVID-19 panel forum at the Pathway Church on Saturday, January 22. Medical providers, physicians, and psychologists were a few of those on the panel answering questions from the community surrounding COVID-19. KRCR spoke with a Redding doctor and panelist who says this...
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Guns and Ammo Seized in Junction City

In all 29 guns along with ammunition were confiscated from a couple’s home in Trinity County’s Junction City. The discovery of the guns and ammo came after the CHP located a vehicle at the home that was believed to have struck a pedestrian and fled earlier this month. One of the pair arrested is a convicted felon who the CHP says isn’t legally allowed to possess firearms.  The post Guns and Ammo Seized in Junction City appeared first on KIEM-TV | Redwood News.

Big rig and traffic collision blocking northbound I-5 lanes near Anderson

ANDERSON, Calif. - UPDATE 7:22 p.m.: All northbound lanes of Interstate-5 near Anderson have reopened. According to Caltrans District 2, a jack-knifed big rig and traffic collision has closed the number two and number three northbound lanes of Intersate-5 just north of Anderson. The California Highway Patrol is responding. This...

Junction City woman arrested for December hit-and-run, 29 firearms seized

JUNCTION CITY, Calif. - A woman was arrested following a search of her property for a hit-and-run crash in December in Weaverville, according to California Highway Patrol. Officials said they served a search warrant to a property that is owned by 57-year-old Alana Leighton of Junction City for a felony hit-and-run incident that happened on Dec. 12.

Local home health care businesses' struggle to find staff amid Covid-19 surge

REDDING, Calif.- The Covid-19 pandemic continues to strain the health care industry. This leaves many families who need home health care services; struggling to find care for their loved ones. Bobbi has two special-needs daughters who she says desperately need a caregiver. "With my girls, they don't speak, and they...

Park Marina reopens in Redding after tanker rollover, fuel spill

REDDING, Calif. — Park Marina Drive has reopened in Redding after a tanker rollover caused fuel to spill from Pine and East Streets to the Sacramento River. KRCR's Chief Photographer, Adam McAllister, visited the river underneath the E Cypress bridge on Thursday and said heavy machinery has been left behind as well as floating barriers on the river to catch any remaining fuel.

Northbound I-5 temporarily closes north of Anderson due to crash

ANDERSON, Calif. — REPORT UPDATE, JANUARY 26, 7:22 PM:. Caltrans District 2 has confirmed the roadway has reopened and traffic is moving freely again. According to KRCR's Chief Photographer currently on the scene, Adam McAllister, there are currently no major traffic backups near the site of the crash along northbound I-5, north of Anderson, and traffic appears to be moving.

3-D Printed Homes coming to Redding

Tuesday morning at the Sheraton Hotel in Redding, contractors, city officials and more met behind closed doors. Their topic of discussion: a way of the future, autonomous construction. The meeting was more a formality for a plan the city of Redding has already approved: bringing 3-D printed homes to Shasta...

Deadline to apply for debris removal permit in Fawn Fire burn scar has been extended

REDDING, Calif. — For those affected by the Fawn Fire in Shasta County last summer, the deadline to apply for a demolition permit has been extended to the end of the month. Shasta County is working with the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services and other state and federal partners to facilitate debris removal from areas affected by the Fawn Fire.

Three-year I-5 expansion project reaches the finish line in Redding

REDDING, Calif. - After three years, the Interstate 5 widening project between Redding and Anderson has reached the finish line. Caltrans District 2 said it should be finished by the beginning of February. Last week, crews removed the reduced speed limit signs limiting traffic to 55 miles per hour in the construction zone.

More Trust-Based Funding Will Promote Racial Equity Across California’s North State

1.27.2022, 7:41 am: This story has been updated to include the Community Foundation of the North State’s role in developing the North State Equity Fund. In June of 2020, shortly after the murder of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police, three North State community organizations came together to develop funding that would support racial equity across California’s North State. Their collaboration resulted in the North State Equity Fund (NSEF), which has since distributed around $100,000 in grants to 21 organizations working across nine counties.

Redding man found guilty of 2018 murder faces 60 years to life in prison

A Shasta County jury found 37-year-old Chance Lee Locken, of Redding, guilty for the murder of 77-year-old William Humphries inside his home in 2018. The Shasta County District Attorney's Office said the jury also found Locken guilty of residential burglary, grand theft of a firearm, animal cruelty, and firearm-related enhancements, in addition to other charges.

Feature-length movie being filmed in downtown Redding

REDDING, Calif. — Movie trailers and film crews stole the spotlight in downtown Redding Thursday afternoon. Surrounding streets were blocked off to the public for the shooting of a feature-length film. Shasta and Tehama County Film Commissioner, Sabrina Jurisich, said there's not much they can say about it but...
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A singer’s story

Singer/songwriter Jonathan Foster from Redding will perform at the Siren’s Song Tavern, 325 Second St. in Eureka, on June 8. The performance will be part of his U.S. summer tour. Foster is an award-winning songwriter, recording artist and touring musician. Over the past 10 years. he has released five...

Redding native Taylor Angley carries on family's basketball legacy

REDDING, Calif. — For some people, they're born to do one thing. And for a Redding native with a legendary last name, that one thing has always been basketball. At the ripe age of 26, Taylor Angley is the new man in charge of U-Prep High School's Men's basketball team.
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Live Music in the North State: January 26 – February 1

This won’t be the busiest week in our local live music scene, but there are still plenty of events to go around. Enjoy. Hal Johnson at Enjoy Local in Red Bluff. Starts at 5:30 pm. The Brothers Reed at the Lewiston Hotel. Starts at 6 pm. The Coyotes at...