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Giving. It’s a concept that often seems so foreign amid a culture focused (obsessed?) on gaining and protecting wealth.

Kathy Ann Anderson has witnessed a different view in far Northern California, however. As CEO of the Shasta Regional Community Foundation since it began in 1999, Anderson has seen the beauty and positive results that have grown out of individuals, groups and organizations giving back to their communities …

Weather Discussion for Monday, Feb. 28, 2011:

This morning’s satellite picture shows a storm system moving into the Pacific Northwest with the southern end dragging across Northern California. This is not a major precipitation producer and most of the precip will in the coastal and northern mountains, with light amounts in …

There is a lot of talk about the winter storm about to hit our area, so before I get into today’s discussion I want to give a brief description of the weather patterns that bring snow to low elevations in our Northern California area. There are two types of weather patterns that do this:

The most common pattern is when cold air …

Charles Berlinghoff, the Los Angeles man arrested in connection with the monthlong disappearance of his 15-year-old Redding niece, was booked Thursday into the Shasta County jail.   Berlinghoff, 44, was arrested Saturday in San...

The high pressure ridge is now over California. There is fog in most of the inland valleys this morning, especially the Sacramento Valley. The mountains and foothills above the fog will have sunny skies today and above normal temperatures. The fog in the Redding area …

Redding City Council members voted 4-1 to pass an average $9-per-month electric rate increase, with more hikes expected, during a lengthy, agenda-packed meeting Tuesday night. Paul Hauser, Redding Electric Utility director, explained that the electric rates would...

With Redding teenager Jean Marie Berlinghoff still missing two weeks after she disappeared, the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office announced today that it has coordinated with the California Highway Patrol to place a message about the case on Changeable Message Signs (CMS) on highways in 13 Northern California counties.

While not an Amber Alert …