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Man Arrested After Alleged Pimping Victim Escapes

A Sacramento man has been arrested for the alleged pimping of a Redding woman.

Red Bluff Seek Help Finding Missing Man

A Red Bluff man is missing and may be at risk.

Elections Office Tallies All Votes From June Primary

All the votes cast in Shasta County on June 7th have been counted.

Douglas City Man Killed In Crash

An elderly man died when he crashed into a creek in Trinity County Thursday.

Most Wanted Suspect Found In Nevada Lockup

A man who appeared on the January 8th list of Shasta County's Most Wanted has been extradited from a Nevada prison.

Man Crashes Car At Gas Station, Arrested For DUI

An elderly man was arrested for driving under the influence of narcotics Thursday morning after a crash at a gas station.

Obama In Bay Area, To Meet With Facebook CEO

President Barack Obama says people succeed and communities prosper when they have the skills and resources needed to start their own businesses.

Gun Control Measure Qualifies For November Ballot

An initiative to tighten California's already tough gun control laws has qualified for the November ballot.

Hot Exhaust Pipe Sparks Fire Near Millville

A fire near the southern edge of Millville Plains was quickly contained by an aggressive Cal-Fire response Thursday afternoon.

Bomb Squad Destroys Explosives In Corning Area

Explosives found in a shed in the Corning area were blown up Thursday morning.

Library To Be Named After Civil Rights Leader

Redding's Martin Luther King Junior Center on Sheridan Street has a library that will be renamed for Redding's most notable champion of civil rights.

Stolen Goods Recovered At Burney Residence

Shasta County Sheriff's Deputies who went to a Burney man's home to arrest him on warrants reportedly recovered some stolen goods while they were there.

Search Uncovers Drugs At Probationers Home

A search of a home just East of Redding turned up a lot of pot and a variety of other drugs, according to the sheriff's office..

California Lawmakers Propose $3 Billion November Parks Bond

California lawmakers are proposing a nearly $3 billion November bond to pay for improvements at state and local parks.

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