Top headlines: Thursday, April 12
Here are the top headlines for Thursday, April 12.
Deputies in Butte County are looking for Thomas Umble, after they said he went on a run with his dog Wednesday and never returned.
Officials went up to Inskip to search for him, but had to call out Search and Rescue when the snow became too deep.
Crews will be out again Thursday to keep looking for Umble.
Police arrested 27-year-old Nicholas Brunsvik after they said he stole a helicopter helmet from Shasta Regional in March.
Officials said they went undercover to find Brunsvik, after he allegedly tried to sell it on Facebook.
Mayors request state funding to fight homelessness
11 mayors in California are working to fight homelessness, by asking the state for funding.
Sacramento, Los Angeles, and San Francisco's mayors are part of the group requesting $1.5 billion to help address the issue.
California troops will be among those at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to a recent decision by Governor Jerry Brown.
The moves comes after other states like Arizona and Texas have agreed to add troops.
Brown said 400 troops could be deployed to several areas, not only the border. He added that they would not work on federal immigration enforcement but only on other issues like gun and drug smuggling.
President Trump has suggested that a strike on Syria could take place, following a suspected chemical attack in the country.
Thursday morning, Trump tweeted, saying "Never said when an attack on Syria would take place. Could be very soon or not so soon at all!"