Top headlines: Friday, April 13
Here are the top headlines for Friday, April 13.
Police are investigating shots fired at MLK Park in Oroville Thursday night.
Five shell casings were found from two different caliber handguns, according to police.
Orland police said four suspects have been caught after reportedly stealing prescription narcotics and medication from a pharmacy.
It happened at the store on Newville Road around 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
Police caught up with the suspects after their vehicle crashed in Colusa County.
Improvements coming to Chico Walmart
Chico's Walmart store is one of the 34 locations that will see improvements or construction, as part of a $145 million dollar project.
The company said the plan would help customers save time and money.
Search and Rescue teams have found the body of missing man Wayde Rego.
Rego had last been seen near Bear Creek Falls in Shingletown.
Crews found his body in the water Thursday afternoon.
California, Texas, Arizona and New Mexico have all agreed to send troops to patrol the U.S.-Mexico border.
This week, the President tweeted about California Governor Jerry Brown's decision, writing "California Governor Jerry Brown is doing the right thing and sending the National Guard to the Border. Thank you Jerry, good move for the safety of our Country!"