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1 hr ago | Mercury-Register
An agricultural well along a roadway south of Oroville, near Highway 162, is seen inn this photo taken in late June.
5 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
Weiss McNair director of operations Terry Allread, right, leads a tour for educators on Wednesday in the manufacturing plant in Chico.
OROVILLE >> A man kicked by a Butte County sheriff's deputy was arraigned Thursday for the struggle that led to the incident recorded by a witness.
A Little Free Library box is filled with novels and other interesting things to read at 267 Skyline Blvd. in Oroville.
A reward of up to $500 for information on the Oct. 11, 2013, homicide of a longtime Butte County resident.
Police Capt. Ford Porter and the Chico Police Department's Bearcat armored personnel carrier, which was purchased with a Homeland Security grant in 2011.
A local nonprofit known as the Chico Housing Action Team is looking to once again provide winter shelter for the homeless who, for one reason or another, do not find refuge in the 120-bed Torres Community Shelter in south Chico.
A driving under the influence crackdown in Gridley resulted in seven arrests, according to a press release from Paradise police Lt.
Park ranger Kirk Coon, right, along with other law enforcement, emergency and county personnel explain preparations for the Labor Day weekend alcohol ban on the Sacramento River on Wednesday at Irvine Finch River Access in Hamilton City.
A sign at 2094 Palermo Road shows where the Butte County Sheriff's Office shares quarters with the Palermo Community Council in a Feather River Recreation and Park District building.
OROVILLE >> The Yuba County sheriff's deputy accused of beating a man while off-duty in Chico has filed a lawsuit against the alleged victim, claiming it was the victim who started it.
OROVILLE >> Two agencies are investigating an incident Tuesday where a Butte County sheriff's deputy kicked a subject during an arrest in south Oroville.
Butte County Supervisors, from left, Steve Lambert, Larry Wahl, Dough Teeter and Bill Connelly don their "superhero" capes as part of special moment honoring Court Appointed Special Advocates volunteers for the help they give the county's children.
Left to right, Jacob Peterson, Zach Schlegel and Grant Branson talk earlier this month at DeGarmo Park in Chico about their involvement with the Junior Leadership Development Program.
The statewide trend of increased cases of West Nile Virus includes Butte County, where 11 people have been confirmed to have contracted the virus, according to the Butte County Mosquito and Vector Control District.
Shere Shingler took home Sawmill Pete, which was a raffle prize during Bare on the Ridge's Saturday golf fundraiser supporting the Sawmill Peak Fire Lookout.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 08:00 pm
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