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Authorities Confirm Identify Of Body Found In River

The Shasta County Coroner's Office has confirmed that the body found in the Sacramento River Monday was that of a man who jumped from the North Market Street Bridge two weeks ago while running from Redding Police.

Drivers In Orland Crash Had Clean Records

Both drivers in the fiery crash in Orland involving a Fed-Ex truck and a bus full of students had clean driving records.

Stabbing Reported In East Redding

A man was stabbed Monday night by an apparent squatter.

Shoplifter Allegedly Hits Security With Belt

An Anderson shoplifter who apparently couldn't keep her mouth shut and belted a security guard is facing felony charges.

Man Accidently Shot While Turkey Hunting

A man was accidentally shot his hunting partner Sunday near Round Mountain.

Man Airlifted Out Off OHV Park

A man has been airlifted out of the Chappie/Shasta Off-Highway-Vehicle Park after a crash and fire early Monday morning.

Photo Released Of Gas Station Robbery Suspect

Redding Police have issued a photo in hopes of catching a robber.

Poll: Voters Say Congress Doing Lousy Job

A new Field Poll shows that Californians are taking a dim view of a deeply divided Congress but have slightly warmer feelings toward their own representative.

California Coastal Expanse Preserved

A nearly 6,000-acre expanse of coastal land north of Santa Cruz has been preserved after a conservation group donated it to the public.

National News

Full Episode: 20/20 4/12: Shameless

Monday, 8:48 AM

Nabbing the 'Internet Casanova'; Facebook Fraud: The Warrior Eli Hoax; Ridiculous Tax Write-Offs

Watch: Young Shooting Victim Sings the National Anthem

Monday, 4:41 PM

In a YouTube video from 2013, Reat Underwood performs at an event for a Kansas nonprofit.

Watch: GPS Leads to Sex Offenders' Arrest for Murder

Tuesday, 3:56 AM

California authorities claim Frank Cano and Steven Dean Gordon killed at least four women while wearing GPS trackers.

Watch: Boston Marathon: A Year Later

Tuesday, 6:19 AM

A timeline of events from the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy.

Watch: KKK's 1989 Fight to Get on Cable TV

Tuesday, 9:00 AM

ACLU filed a lawsuit in Kansas City on behalf of the Ku Klux Klan.

Watch: Man Accused in 'Mercy Killing' of Wife Goes Missing

Tuesday, 10:27 AM

Arizona authorities say Howard Rudolph, 79, removed his electronic monitoring bracelet while on house arrest.