UPDATE: Mead Valley murder-suicide investigation ongoing

UPDATED: Tuesday, Oct. 13, 8:45 p.m., With additional details. MEAD VALLEY — Authorities are continuing to investigate a suspected murder-suicide that occurred in the unincorporated community of Mead Valley Friday evening, Oct. 11. According to officials, the investigation began after a woman’s lifeless body was discovered at a residence on the 20000 block of Rider St. A short time later […]

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Man drives to Mt. Shasta PD with body in car – confesses to 4 murders, including 2 children

MT SHASTA — A Roseville man who officials say walked into the Mt. Shasta Police Department claiming to have a body in his car and that he killed three other people is in custody after officials confirmed finding four deceased individuals yesterday, Monday, Oct. 14. Officials from Mt. Shasta and Roseville Police Departments are now working together to investigate how […]

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Dangerous “118 mph” motorcycle chase ends with Redding man’s arrest

REDDING — Authorities arrested a Redding man who led them on a dangerous, high-speed pursuit that at times reached speeds of nearly 120 mph last night, Sunday, Oct. 13. The chase, which CHP later said covered about 16 miles, began in Redding on SR-299E just east of I-5, and ended at a private property in the Bella Vista area near […]

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32 sex offenders face new charges after Moreno Valley compliance sweep – 16 arrested

MORENO VALLEY — Nearly 150 registered sex offenders were contacted during a recent compliance sweep in Moreno Valley, according to authorities. During the Thursday, Oct. 10 compliance sweep, sixteen sex offenders were arrested for various violations of the terms of their release. An additional sixteen offenders who were found out of compliance face new charges and cases against them have […]

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I-5 traffic stop yields nearly 6 pounds of heroin

SHASTA LAKE —  Authorities who conducted a traffic stop on Interstate 5 yesterday, just south of Bridge Bay Rd. near Shasta Lake, say they seized nearly six pounds of heroin and arrested an Arizona woman for possession of heroin for sales. LEADING THE SCNS HEADLINES Redding bike stop leads to suspected drug sales arrest Citizen’s child abuse tip leads to […]

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Finalists announced in construction “Innovation Challenge” competition

KTGY Architecture + Planning announced today that the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) has named its five finalists for its 2019 Innovation Challenge competition with KTGY receiving two finalist honors for “Park House | A Housing Solution for Repurposed Parking Structures” and “High Design, Accelerated Construction.” Every year, the Challenge seeks innovative solutions to vexing apartment industry challenges. This year’s […]

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Redding bike stop leads to suspected drug sales arrest

REDDING — A bicyclist who tried to flee from officers during a bike stop in Redding was apprehended a short time later and arrested for possession of methamphetamine for sales as well as several out of state and local warrants Thursday evening, Oct. 10, according to officials. LEADING THE SCNS HEADLINES: UPDATE: New details after man’s battered and “mutilated” body […]

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Menifee man, 66, rescued from Colorado River

COLORADO RIVER — An elderly man from Menifee was rescued Thursday, Oct. 10, after spending the night stranded after his inner tube flattened and he failed to return to his party the previous day. The man’s disappearance triggered an extensive search and rescue operation that ended when deputies searching the river on a Sheriff’s patrol boat located the stranded man […]

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Community reeling after third San Jacinto valley murder in four days

SAN JACINTO — A popular and much beloved clerk at a San Jacinto smoke shop was fatally gunned down during an apparent robbery last night, Wednesday, Oct. 9. The deadly shooting, which happened at Top Smoke Shop on the 2300 block of South San Jacinto Ave, was the third homicide to rock the San Jacinto Valley in the last four […]

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Citizen’s child abuse tip leads to Anderson woman’s arrest

ANDERSON — A citizen’s tip reporting a case of suspected child abuse led to the arrest of two people at an Anderson motel Tuesday, Oct. 8. One of the two alleged suspects was arrested for child abuse and drug related charges after the incident, which happened at Motel 6, at 2861 McMurry Dr., just north of Balls Ferry Rd. LEADING […]

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