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3 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
OROVILLE >> A preliminary examination began this morning for an Ohio man charged for a Sept.
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3 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
A preliminary hearing began Friday morning for an Ohio man charged for a Sept. 22 hit-and-run collision that killed Kristina Chesterman of Livermore.
4 hrs ago | Mercury-Register
CHICO >> On-campus clubs at Chico State are partnering to host a 5K run Saturday to benefit the Aruna Project, a nonprofit organization that rescues women and children from sex slavery in Southeast Asia.
12 hrs ago | In El Dorado County
EL DORADO HILLS Community Services District's new hires started work recently. Left to right are Director of Parks and Planning Kevin Loewen, Director of Recreation Jill Ritzman and Director of Administration and Finance AJ Holms.
14 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
Chico >> Students from Chico State University's Religious Diversity Association will participate in the 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday meeting at First Baptist Church, 850 Palmetto Ave. The students attended the Interfaith Leadership Institute conference held at the University of Southern California in February.
The Chico State basketball program has received seven California Collegiate Athletic Association honors.
Chico police will soon have what has been described as "another tool in their toolbox" to control underage drinking: a "social-host ordinance" that targets the people responsible for parties at which minors are drinking.
Given his manic on-stage persona, comedian Lewis Black was remarkably calm during a recent telephone call that caught him in the middle of an extreme weather event in Chapel Hill, N.C. "Well I just came through .
Words weren't exchanged, just bodies flowing in and around each other opened the scene for Chico State's School of the Arts new production, "Creation Stories" where science follows logic and spirit follows the heart.
A Chico State professor has been in constant contact with her friends in Ukraine since violent protests erupted there, and worried for their safety, she's willing to do what she can to help.
California State University, Chico, students have helped repair the "puppy stairs" at Alcatraz Island.
What started as repair of a tripping hazard at Alcatraz Island led to research that is revealing an old network of underground tunnels and fortifications.
Addiction and Recovery Specialist Danny Tullius gives a talk during a Butte County Probation monthly event that gives defendants on probation the opportunity to meet with a variety of service providers in Butte County.
FFA members work on wood working projects as they participate in the 46th annual statewide FFA Field Day at the Chico State University Farm on Saturday.