The heat will begin its return to the north state today as temperatures begin rising into the mid-80s. The warmer weather will bring a high of around 85 today and winds could reach speeds of up to 13 mph. Temperatures will fall to around 58 at night. Friday will be warmer as temperatures hit 89 and wind speeds could reach 1
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June 20th, 2013
There’s a lot of action at the corner of California and Placer streets in downtown Redding. There’s also a relaxing, elegant vantage point to take it all in – Vintner’s Cellar.
The ‘Cheaper’ kids are back for more summertime fun at Riverfront Playhouse.
Talk about loyal customers. Lunching at the counter of the Snack Shack last week were Dave and Pam Perry of Redding. “We’re newcomers,” Dave Perry joked of the breakfast and lunch place on Eastside Road. “We’ve only been coming here 41 years.”
Artist Brenda Woods grew up working side-by-side artistically with her parents. Her first years of college at College of the Siskiyous, she focused primarily on Printmaking. In her latter years at UC Davis she studied ceramic sculpture under Tre Arenz and Robert Arneson, as well as painting under Wayne Thiebaud. Through col
In 1913: Forty head of 1 and 2-year-old blooded shorthorn cattle arrived at the Redding stockyards consigned to Dr. J.A. Black at Burney Valley. Black was going to improve his herd and planned in a few years to engage exclusively in the business of raising shorthorn cattle.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 11:11 pm
The Redding Colt 45s hosted the San Mateo Rounders in a doubleheader at Tiger Field in Redding on Wednesday.
A roundup of north state news briefs.
Firefighters say construction workers hit a gas line in south Redding on Wednesday afternoon, sparking a leak that led to the evacuation of an entire street.
June 18th, 2013
Redding fire crews quickly put out fire on Railroad Avenue this evening.
Redding's budget isn't getting any worse -- but that's about the best you can say about the state of the city.
Instead of oversight from Congress, the NSA just gets a fawning round of applause.
A proud nation has been reduced to waiting for the next government handout.
If only citizens can vote, what's wrong with checking ID?
Slip, slop and slap your way to healthier skin this summer.
Looking back, Janis Meredith realizes the true gains in her kids' sports paths were life lessons learned.
Did you know that about half of all pregnancies in the U.S. are unplanned? That means every childbearing woman should be thinking about her health.
The number of seniors who live alone is on the rise. According to the US Census Bureau, the number of those 65 and older who live alone will double to 74 million in the next 20 years. Seniors who live alone, usually after losing a spouse, typically want to remain independent and continue living at home as long as possible.
As many as 11 inmates at the Shasta County jail could be charged next week with hate crimes in connection with a brawl and riot last month in one of the jail’s housing rooms, according to the Shasta County Sheriff’s and District Attorney’s offices.
A group of Shasta County residents is circulating a petition for a ballot measure to keep corporate violators out of Anderson.
A secretly negotiated new trade agreement will push more American jobs overseas.
Where did you find this right-wing prophet Deroy Murdock?
Jack Williams' article had me laughing so hard I could barely breathe.
Lakehead residents are upset over what they say is a highly visible new location for construction materials used to update the Antlers Bridge. Meanwhile, the construction company has graded on the plot of land without a permit, the county said.
For the first time this year, the trail to the highest point in Shasta County will be open this weekend.
Anti-gun legislators continue to push feel-good laws. Why don't they enforce those already on the books?
Terry Riley, the pioneer of minimalist music whose music has influenced contemporary composers, grew up in Redding and returns to play at the Cascade Theater with son Gyan on June 23.
A gas leak is spurring evacuations and traffic control on Girvan Road this afternoon.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 5:23 pm
Sandy Miller, the slain wife of fugitive Shane Miller, reached out for help from the Shasta Women’s Refuge before her May 7 death.
This could catch on here. In Mexico, a feline named Morris is running for mayor. The Guardian reports: It started as a joke between friends, but Morris the cat's bid to become mayor of the Mexican city of Xalapa, the...
Firefighters say they've contained a blaze that burned around seven acres this afternoon just west of Manton.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 5:02 pm
The artist who designed the Fantasy Fountain’s new look will provide a chance to learn about and see his inspiration Saturday.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 3:57 pm
Strong wind this morning blew the roof off a single-story metal shop on Caterpillar Road, sending debris to nearby buildings.
Firefighters quickly put out a vegetation fire that started when a woman burned weeds growing next to her trailer at Starlite Mobile Estates on Arcade Way.
What's the big hurry? Why a this-can't-wait special city council meeting at noon on Thursday, just 36 hours after the council first considered this offer from the McConnell Foundation in closed session? That's hardly enough time for the public to...
What's the hurry? Why a this-can't-wait special city council meeting at noon on Thursday, just 36 hours after the council first considered this offer from the McConnell Foundation in closed session? That's hardly enough time for the public to digest...
Authorities arrested a felon who, they say, had meth and guns that they found during a search of his Anderson home on the 3300 block of Thomas Ave. today
Even though the law might not hold public officials accountable for no longer posting agendas or providing adequate descriptions of items on them, angry voters would hold them accountable, and political exposure has always been a far more powerful motivator...
Dan Logue gets around. The assemblyman from the 3rd District, which includes a swath of the Sacramento Valley from Tehama County south, last flirted with with running for office in our 1st Assembly District (this as part of the redistricting...
This is an assortment of photos that don't have much to do with each other except I thought they were interesting. Call it Amsterdam style. We were sitting at The Barking Fish when these two ultra-thin and ultra-hipsters showed up. "Models," I sneered to Gary.
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Democratic Women's Club hosts Heidi Hall
Drumming represents the heartbeat of life, the rhythm of nature. Attune to self, nature and Spirit at The Sacred Drumming Circle! Create connection and wellness through drumming!
Posted on Doni Greenberg at 9:09 am
Today I talk with Joe Furnari, best known for his hand-made sausage from Furnari Sausage Co., but we learn about some of his other interests and talents, too. (Special thanks to Sophia Miller, anewscafe.com's first photo intern, for the incredible photographs. Great work, Sophia!) Q: Joe, thank you so much for po
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 8:35 am
Four beehive boxes that fell off the back of a truck were quickly removed from the road this morning.
Posted on Redding Homes Blog at 8:19 am
We haven’t shown this chart in a while. It’s quite striking. Look at the price increases. There’s lots of good data visualized here. Absorption Rate can be thought of as Inventory on Hand, sort of. It’
Posted on FDotD at 7:58 am
Here’s good location for privacy at the end of Holiday Road in Bella Vista. This area is characterized by a bunch of 5 acre parcels scattered in the hills. Not too far out of town, but very rural. Representing the seller is broker Randy Byrd of Platinum Properties. Although he tells us it’s a REO
The valley will get another day in the 70s under mostly sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service. It's predicting that temperatures will rise to 79 before dropping to around 58 today. Thursday's high will hover around 85.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sweeping immigration legislation moving toward a vote in the Senate would boost the economy and reduce federal deficits, the Congressional Budget Office said Tuesday, at the same time it would bestow legal status on an estimated 8 million immigrants living in the United States unlawfully.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 12:23 am
The Redding City Council has scheduled a special meeting for noon Thursday to discuss the McConnell Foundation’s proposal to buy city land leased by Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
Posted on Record Searchlight News at 11:11 pm
Redding youth swimmer Winn Aung, 10, breaks his own national record for age group.
A brief look at news from around the north state.