The Latest News You Need To Know
Wisconsin audit confirms 2020 election results, looks to future
by Scott Bauer on October 25, 2021 at 7:59 pm
The state of Wisconsin has completed one of two investigations into the results of the 2020 presidential election. The audit shows the elections were “safe and secure” and also makes recommendations for how the state could improve.
The ‘profound power’ of vote by mail: Evolving a new ritual of democracy
by Peter Grier on October 25, 2021 at 6:38 pm
Oregon’s former secretary of state, who pioneered the practice there, says reducing logistical hurdles to voting is good for democracy.
Did Fauci mislead Congress? NIH letter deepens concerns.
by Christa Case Bryant on October 22, 2021 at 9:59 pm
A lack of transparency has undermined trust in public health officials who are not only dealing with the current pandemic, but trying to understand how to prevent future ones.
California proposes buffer between neighborhoods and oil drilling
by Kathleen Ronayne on October 22, 2021 at 4:44 pm
On Thursday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a proposal to ban new oil and gas drilling within 3,200 feet of communities, a move that would create the largest buffer zone in the country. Over 2 million Californians, most low income, live within these zones.
Americans are angry about ... everything. Is that bad?
by Noah Robertson on October 22, 2021 at 3:50 pm
Americans are angry, but what are they doing with their outrage? We talk to people of all political affiliations who have channeled emotion in creative or productive ways.
Two more COVID deaths reported; 194 new cases in Shasta County
by Redding Record Searchlight on October 26, 2021 at 1:09 am
COVID-19 updates: Case numbers, deaths and hospitalizations this week in Shasta County.
UPDATE: 'Atmospheric river' sets rainfall record in Redding on Sunday
by Redding Record Searchlight on October 26, 2021 at 1:08 am
The atmospheric river that has been flowing through the North State, bringing up to 9 inches of rain in some parts of the region, is expected to ease up a bit this week.
Belcampo Farms' closure stuns Siskiyou County: 'Good jobs' that suddenly went away
by Redding Record Searchlight on October 25, 2021 at 11:00 pm
The demise of the sustainable high-end meat company comes after allegations surfaced this past spring that the company was mislabeling its meat.
'Bomb cyclone' shatters records as drought-stricken California drenched by massive storm
by Redding Record Searchlight on October 25, 2021 at 10:11 pm
A massive storm barreling through California flooded roadways with drenching rains, causing rock slides and mud flows in areas burned by wildfires.
Coronavirus in Shasta County: COVID-19 hospital counts climb; Mercy says goodbye to National Guard
by Redding Record Searchlight on October 25, 2021 at 9:29 pm
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations for the virus have been slowly dropping in October in Shasta County after the virulent Delta variant caused a spike.
There's a simple reason why Dusty Baker wears gloves during Astros games
by Jacob Camenker on October 26, 2021 at 3:07 pm
Dusty Baker carries quite a few accessories with him during games that he manages. But what about the gloves?
Fantasy Injury Updates: Latest news on Saquon Barkley, Nick Chubb, David Montgomery affecting Week 8 RB rankings
by Sporting News on October 26, 2021 at 2:51 pm
Saquon Barkley, Nick Chubb, and David Montgomery are no strangers to injury reports, and their Week 8 availabilities are in question. We have the latest updates on each and how fantasy RB rankings could be affected.
Shannon Sharpe reacts to Tom Brady’s comments on how defensive players are like ‘dogs chasing cars’ I UNDISPUTED
on October 26, 2021 at 2:47 pm
Tom Brady appeared on Peyton and Eli Manning's simulcast of Monday Night Football, and cracked jokes with the two quarterbacks all evening. However, one comment of his got a big reaction both out of Peyton and Twitter during the game, calling defenders quote: 'dogs chasing cars.' Shannon Sharpe reacts to the quarterback's comments on Monday Night Football.
Bills’ Emmanuel Sanders on the sting of losing to Titans, talks Josh Allen I FIRST THINGS FIRST
on October 26, 2021 at 2:45 pm
Buffalo Bills WR Emmanuel Samuels joins First Things First to talk about the Bill's mostly successful season start. Watch as he tells Nick Wright how it felt to lose the the Tennessee Titans, and why it's lit a fire under him to prove the Bills are able to bring the parade home to Buffalo. Plus, he lays out why Josh Allen is truly a special quarterback, and what it's like to play for him.
Fantasy Injury Updates: Latest news on Dak Prescott, Baker Mayfield, Tyrod Taylor affecting Week 8 QB rankings
by Sporting News on October 26, 2021 at 2:33 pm
Dak Prescott, Baker Mayfield, and Tyrod Taylor are all dealing with ailments but have very different situations. Their statuses will affect Week 8 fantasy QB rankings, especially in two-QB/superflex leagues. Get the latest injury updates.
Smartphone camera tech finds new life as automotive lidar rival
by Jonathan M. Gitlin on October 26, 2021 at 3:17 pm
Clarity can perceive depth from 0.01-1,000 m at megapixel resolution.
Critical tests for NASA’s large rocket remain as launch day edges closer
by Eric Berger on October 26, 2021 at 1:11 pm
"We’re absolutely committed to taking it a step at a time."
iOS 15.1 brings delayed SharePlay feature to iPhones and iPads
by Samuel Axon on October 25, 2021 at 9:07 pm
iOS also adds ProRes video-capture support on the iPhone 13 Pro.
Tesla pulls Full Self-Driving update after sudden braking spooks drivers
by Tim De Chant on October 25, 2021 at 8:42 pm
Automaker released another new version of its controversial software today.
Viewing website HTML code is not illegal or “hacking,” prof. tells Missouri gov.
by Jon Brodkin on October 25, 2021 at 8:09 pm
Professor demands that governor halt "baseless investigation" and apologize.
About Redding, California
Redding California is nestled at the end of the Sacramento Valley. This hidden California jewel offers immense recreation, living and business opportunities. Located within the city limits is the famous Sundial Bridge, Turtle Bay Museum and the newly renovated Cascade Theatre. Redding is bisected by the world class fly fishing Sacramento River and is close to hiking, camping and boating at Lassen National Park, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area and the renowned Shasta Lake, Redding is the regional center of Northern California. Located at the intersection of I-5 and Highways 299 and 44, Redding is the hub for all of Shasta County and the gateway to the Trinity Alps and Cascade Recreation areas. Nearby Shasta Lake provides fishing, boating, camping and houseboat rental opportunities.
Redding has great schools. There are three major high schools, six middle schools, 46 elementary schools, 4 charter schools, and 30 private schools in Redding. Redding also has five colleges and universities: National University, a four year, private university, Shasta College, a public community college, CSU Chico at Shasta College University Center, Simpson University, a four-year Christian college, Shasta Bible College and Graduate School, a four-year Christian college.
There are many great community events held in Redding each year, Kool April Nites, The Redding Rodeo and famous Asphalt Cowboy’s Pancake Breakfast, The Rodeo Parade, The Trade Club’s Lighted Christmas Parade and summer favorite Marketfest. The Exchange Club’s Air Show is held bi-annually.
About Chico, California
Located in the heart of the north State, Chico’s proud culture, location and economy have made it home to one of Northern California’s most unique cities. Though a self-determining small-town feel remains, Chico has become the premier location for business, culture and recreation in the north state. In addition, Chico is home to one of California’s most distinguished state universities – commonly known as Chico State.
Resting 90 miles north of Sacramento, Chico is home to over 80,000 residents. To the west and south of the city you’ll find mainly fields, plains and agricultural crops, and to the north and east, the foothills of the Sierra Nevada.
Chico locals have taken pride in their surrounding wilderness, preserving a large portion of it for Bidwell Park. As the Park winds like a miniature Grand Canyon into the foothills, it becomes one of the largest city parks in the country. Though surrounding areas are spectacular, Chico inner city boasts a diverse population of trees; thus, earning its nickname, The City of Trees.
With a strong sense of community and culture, Chico’s businesses – from restaurants to bicycle cabs – have come to support and thrive on the active people that are proud to call Chico their home.