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Concern rises as the city comes close to demolishing long time parking structure.
The Redding Police Department is unveiling a new memorial to acknowledge the effort and strength law enforcement officials showed during the Carr Fire.
Captain Bill Schueller was appointed as the new police chief on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. He is awaiting the city council's approval.
The 32 Willow Fire is currently burning at Pittville Rd and Sheep Flat Rd 9 miles southeast of Fall River Mills.
From Red Bluff to Anderson to all across the nation, law enforcement officials took part in the National Night Out event to bring community members and law enforcement officials closer together.
The Redding Aquatic Center hosted the Annual NVAL Swimming Competition on Friday August 2nd. Last year the event was canceled due to the Carr Fire.
Tuesday, July 23, marks one year since the Carr Fire broke out in Shasta County. One man is channeling his emotions into a song of hope for everyone who has survived a California wildfire.
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors voted for a criminal justice tax to appear in 2020 ballot.
A Happy Valley couple that evacuated during the Horse Fire said they need two ways in and out of their neighborhood.
A series of ICE raids are set to unfold around the nation on Sunday that are meant to target approximately 2,000 people for deportation.