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Top headlines: Friday, March 9

Top headlines: Friday, March 9

Here are the top headlines for Friday, March 9.

Missing Redding man found

Bradley Goedecke was reported found around 4 a.m. Friday by his mother.

Police said he had walked about seven or eight miles home, after he was last seen Thursday night at Bethel Church on College View Drive.

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Earthquake strikes off North Coast

A 4.5 magnitude earthquake struck off the North Coast Thursday night.

It hit about 18 miles west of Petrolia, and 26 miles southwest of Ferndale.

Woman arrested for false representation as dental hygienist

A Red Bluff woman has been arrested on a warrant for grand theft and for false representation as a dental hygienist.

Authorities arrested Toni Burdick, 53, in Willows on March 1.

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Reward increased for K-9 poisoning and burglary information

The reward for information leading to the suspect or suspects responsible for poisoning a retired Redding police K-9 has been increased to $20,000.

The K-9, named Tarro, is expected to make a full recovery.

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President Trump to meet with North Korean Leader

President Trump has accepted an offer to meet with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the president agreed after a change of posture by Kim Jong Un.

If it happens, the gathering would be the first in-person encounter between a sitting U.S. president and North Korean leader.

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