Red Bluff police search for stabbing suspect

RED BLUFF — The Red Bluff Police Department is asking for help in locating a man involved with a stabbing incident Saturday. Detectives identified the suspects as Red Bluff residents Dana Brown, 37, and Kyle Grinnell, 27. Brown is still at large. Dana Brown Officers were called to the open space area behind 200 James Ave. for a victim of a stabbing around 11:40 p.m. Saturday, according to a release issued Tuesday afternoon by the department. They learned the stabbing occurred in a homeless encampment near the railroad tracks and Willow Street. A second victim was later discovered when he was transported to the hospital by a friend. Both victims were stabbed multiple times, and one was in listed in critical condition, the release said. Grinnell was arrested and charged with attempted homicide, the release said. He was booked into the Tehama County Jail and bail was set at $500,000. Police are still searching for Brown. He is considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. Anyone with information about Brown is asked to call the department at 527-3131. Kyle Grinnell

Hall of Fame: Barry Bonds falls short, but Derek Jeter voted into Cooperstown

Barry Bonds, down to the final three outs of his candidacy on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, struck out again on Tuesday. Baseball’s greatest player of the past quarter century, Bonds’ path to Cooperstown continues to be compromised by performance-enhancing drug accusations as he was named on 60.7 percent of the Baseball Writers Association of America ballots, still well shy of the necessary 75 percent for the hallowed hall. The former Giants star, who left Major League Baseball in 2007 as its all-time home run leader with 762, will appear on the ballot just two more times before dropping off. However, the Hall’s doors did swing open for another iconic star Tuesday when former Yankees great Derek Jeter was voted in after earning 99.7 percent of the vote. Jeter, a 14-time All-Star and five-time world champion, was just one vote shy of joining former Yankees teammate Mariano Rivera, who last year became the first player to be unanimously selected to the Hall of Fame. Only one of the 397 voters didn’t cast a vote for Jeter. Meanwhile, former Rockies slugger Larry Walker, who won…

Hall of Fame: Larry Walker’s enshrinement, Astros cheating scandal and a path for Barry Bonds

The National Baseball Hall of Fame announced its 2020 class on Tuesday and for the eighth straight season, the all-time home run king failed to receive the votes needed for enshrinement. Barry Bonds will not join Derek Jeter and Larry Walker at a ceremony in Cooperstown, New York, this summer, but the San Francisco Giants legend did inch slightly closer to the 75 percent threshold. Bonds received votes from 60.7 percent of the electorate, up from 59.1 percent a year ago and 36.2 percent in 2013, the first year he appeared on the Hall of Fame ballot. The slight uptick is a positive sign for Bonds, but it remains unlikely that he’ll gain enough ground in the final two years he’s slated to appear on the ballot. A pair of Bonds’ former Giants teammates, Jeff Kent and Omar Vizquel, also received a higher percentage of votes this year, and while Vizquel appears to be within striking distance of enshrinement, Kent has a long way to go to be elected by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Kent received 27.5 percent of votes, up from 18.1…

Antique bottle and collectibles show and sale Saturday

The 43rd annual Antique Bottle and Collectibles Show and Sale is coming this weekend to the Shasta District Fairground in Anderson. The show will run 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26 and admission is free. For sales information, call Doug Hansen at 547-3152. For other information, call Mike Rouse at 249-1708. Dealers will set up noon to 6 p.m. Friday. Early lookers can enter 2-6 p.m. Friday for $10.

Volunteers pick mandarins for food bank

On a chilly Saturday morning, nine volunteers from Tehama Together gathered at the Whiteley Mandarin Orchard near Corning Jan. 11 to pick 500 pounds of mandarins, which were distributed to families last week by the Tehama County Food Bank. This was the fourth year Tehama Together’s Community Food Alliance program has sponsored this gleaning event. With the trees loaded with ripe mandarins, the picking was easily accomplished without ladders. Joining representatives from Tehama Together, the Food Bank and Food For the Hungry were first time volunteers assembled by Corning’s Rolling Hills Clinic. With this year’s yield being plentiful, families should consider making a trip to the orchard at 23521 Pennsylvania Ave. From South Avenue go south on Wisconsin and turn left on Pennsylvania. The Tehama County Community Food Alliance meets at 10 a.m. the second Monday of the month at 332 Pine St. in Red Bluff. Meetings are attended by local growers and healthy food advocates to share about buying fresh and local in Tehama County. Plans are being finalized for the May 17 Farm Table Dinner to be held at Redgate Ranch. For further…

Air Bag Woes Force Honda, Toyota To Recall 6M Vehicles

DETROIT (AP) — Two different air bag glitches have forced Toyota and Honda to recall over 6 million vehicles worldwide, and both problems present different dangers to motorists. The Toyota recall affects about 3.4 million vehicles globally and is being done because the air bags may not inflate in a crash. The cars have air bag control computers made by ZF-TRW that are vulnerable to electrical interference and may not signal the bags to inflate. The problem could affect as many as 12.3 million vehicles in the U.S. made by six companies. It’s possible that as many as eight people were killed when air bags didn’t inflate. U.S. safety regulators are investigating. Honda’s recall covers about 2.7 million vehicles in the U.S. and Canada with Takata air bag inflators. But they’re a different version than the ones blamed for 25 deaths worldwide. Still, it’s possible the air bags could blow apart a metal canister and hurl shrapnel at drivers and passengers. Both recalls were announced on Tuesday. In a statement, Toyota said the computer may not have adequate protection against electrical noise that can happen…

Lodi Man Arrested For Attempted Murder After Shooting

LODI (CBS13) — Lodi police have arrested a man in connection with a shooting earlier this week. Police say John Lisby, 41, shot another man Sunday afternoon in the area of Auto Center Drive and Beckham Road. Investigators believe Lisby knew the victim, who is reportedly in stable condition after sustaining multiple gunshot wounds. Lisby is being held in the Lodi Jail on an attempted murder charge and several weapons charges. The motive, in this case, is still under investigation, and police say the firearm used in the shooting has been recovered. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to contact Detective Perez at 209-333-6870. Please reference case number 20-403

Chain Controls In Effect On Highway 50 Tuesday Evening

SIERRA (CBS13) — As another storm rolls through the Sierra Tuesday afternoon, chain controls are still in effect on Highway 50. According to Caltrans, chains are required on all vehicles from Twin Bridges to Meyers. Chain controls are up on Highway 50 and it’s coming down pretty good at the moment. This storm is supposed to taper off overnight, but always be prepared for winter driving conditions. @TahoeRoads @CHPPlacerville @CHPSouthLake — Caltrans District 3 (@CaltransDist3) January 22, 2020 Chain Controls were dropped around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday for Interstate 80. Earlier in the day they were in effect from EB Kingvale to Donner Lake and WB Donner Lake to Rainbow. All chain controls on I-80 have been dropped. — Caltrans District 3 (@CaltransDist3) January 22, 2020 In Nevada County, drivers must have chains to proceed on Highway 20at Nevada Street in Nevada City. For current road conditions, check the Caltrans website or call 1-800-427-7623.

Uber Tests Feature That Lets Some California Drivers Set Their Own Rates

(CNN) — Uber is testing out a new feature that allows some drivers in California to choose how much they will charge customers. The pilot test, which is taking place at three California airports, is Uber’s latest response to a new California law known as AB5 that makes it more difficult for employers in the state to classify workers as independent contractors. The new feature will enable drivers at the Santa Barbara, Sacramento and Palm Springs airports to set a fair based on a multiple of Uber’s base, time and distance rates for UberX and UberXL trips. Riders will be paired with drivers offering the lowest rate, according to the company. Drivers who wish to earn more per ride will have to wait longer for trips. Uber’s app will show them a time estimate of how long they’ll likely have to wait before picking up a passenger. The driver can then adjust their rate based on how long they wish to wait. Uber described the new feature as a way to preserve flexible work for tens of thousands of California drivers. The company said it is an initial test and plans…

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