Police continue their search Friday morning for a person of interest in an Oroville stabbing. Police said a bystander was stabbed while intervening in what appeared to be an argument between a couple. This happened on Oro Dam Boulevard and Valley View Drive just before 7 p.m.
A Shasta County woman was found guilty on two counts of second-degree murder while driving under the influence. Thursday afternoon, Kendra Andersen-Schwegerl faced charges of hitting a car full of teenagers on Nov. 3, 2018. The district attorney's office said Anderson was traveling at 100 miles per hour at the time of impact. An 18- and 19-year-old in the other car died in the collision. Her sentencing has been set for July 19.
A man police say attacked his family with an axe has been identified as a public defender in Shasta County. The suspect, Theodore Loos, was arrested on Wednesday after police said he attacked his family with an axe at their home on Galway Drive. His wife remains in critical condition.
The brother of a suspect in the fatal shooting of a Sacramento police officer says he has a history of domestic violence and drug abuse and has been in and out of jail for years. Adel Ramos will face murder charges for shooting 26-year-old Sacramento officer Tara O'Sullivan Wednesday. Police say O'Sullivan responded to a domestic violence call and was helping a woman remove belongings from a home when Ramos opened fire.
Plot twist could affect murder case against navy seal
A plot twist may affect charges against a Navy seal who is on trial for murder in San Diego. Witness Corey Scott, a Navy medic, testified that he saw Gallagher stab the unarmed ISIS fighter in 2017 but said that he was the one who killed the detainee. The government has no plans to drop the case.
President Trump signs off, changes his mind on Iran air strike
There are new details Friday morning in the reaction to rising tensions in the Middle East. President Trump signed off on an air strike on Iran before later changing his mind. He said that he chose not to go through with the strike because he was told people would die.
Missouri will decide whether its only abortion clinic will renew license
Friday,- the state of Missouri must decide whether its only abortion clinic will have its license renewed. This is after an ongoing legal battle between Planned Parenthood and the state. If the state chooses not to renew the license, Missouri will become the first state without an abortion clinic since Roe V. Wade passed in 1973.