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As news went public this week that the city of Chico has put its fiscal solvency at risk, a leading reaction has been relief that the exact nature of the city's finances is finally being realized.
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At a talk with citizens Friday in Oroville, state Sen. Jim Nielsen, R-Gerber, voiced concern about the growth of government, the federal Affordable Care Act, and other issues, and encouraged people to get involved.
A new Medicare program that punishes hospitals with high patient readmission rates is forcing administrators to reach out and improve how patients are cared for, even after they're wheeled out the hospital doors.
David Montgomery BowersAll Chico E-R photos are available here. The Butte County Sheriff's Office is seeking David Montgomery Bowers for a felony warrant charging him with violation of post-release community supervision.
A tribal dispute at the Berry Creek Rancheria in Oroville ended peacefully after an 11-hour standoff by a group of protestoers.
After a two-year investigation, a 53-year-old man is in custody on allegations he sexually assaulted students at Poplar Avenue School in Thermalito while working there as an instructor during 2006 and 2007, authorities said Wednesday.
A 14-year-old Chico gang member was found guilty in Butte County Juvenile Court after stabbing two men outside of a local bar.
Testimony began Wednesday in the retrial of a Gridley man charged with allegedly stabbing another to death nearly seven years ago.
A new noise ordinance fee was accepted by the Town Council on Tuesday night after a 5-0 vote in favor.
It was welcome information after a two-hundred thousand dollar load of walnuts was stolen from a company in Biggs in February.
A meeting and presentation on cargo theft is planned 2-4 p.m. today at the Chico State University Farm Pavilion, 311 Nicholas C. Schouten Lane, off Hagen Lane in south Chico.
A former instructor at Poplar Avenue School in Thermalito is in custody in Butte County Jail on allegations he sexually assaulted students at the school between 2006 and 2007, according to the Sheriff's Office in a press release issued today.
How foothill residents can be safer in fire season will be the focus on the 15th annual Stakeholders Meeting, sponsored by the Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council.
May 6-10 was National Teacher Appreciation Week. Division 32 of the California Retired Teachers Association asked everyone to take time to thank teachers for the work they are doing on behalf of the students of Butte County.
Water exports and the Sacramento Valley will be the topic of a discussion tonight, 5:30-7 p.m. at the Chico Branch Library, 1103 Sherman Ave.