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A 40-year-old Chico man died after being ejected from his car when he crashed into a large eucalyptus tree at about 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Authorities have released the toxicology report of a Chico State student who died after falling off a tree in April.
A woman was pushed and overtaken by three men who entered her residence and stole an undisclosed amount of money.
Anyone who has read the 1930 detective novel, "The Maltese Falcon," by Dashiell Hammet, will want to see the upcoming version of the story at Theatre on the Ridge.
A study of the Tuscan Aquifer has been going on for three years, to better understand how water percolates into the soil and the interaction between surface water and groundwater.
People enjoy the Silver Dollar Fair Saturday on May 26, 2012 at the fairgrounds in Chico.
His sheriff's badge catches a small glimmer of sunlight as his boots meet gravel when he steps out of the police car.
Tuesday, the office of Gov. Jerry Brown announced the appointment of public defender Denny Forland, 59, to fill the seat vacated when Judge Gerald Hermansen retired in March 2012.
May 21, 2013 - DeGaetano is so spoiled for choice that he's got two gifted sopranos taking turns as Eva PerA3n, wife of the Argentine dictator, Juan PerA3n."We have a wonderful opportunity to bring two different looks to this demanding role," says DeGaetano, with the air of a man who's asked for a tree and been given an orchard.
The number of homeless people in Butte County appears to be shrinking, but the percentages of people who are unsheltered or chronically homeless are on the rise, officials report.
Cal Fire-Butte County responded to a fire off Neal Road south of Chico at about 1 o'clock this morning.
A recent DNA test has connected a body found in 1996 in the Sacramento River near Sacramento to a Chico woman missing since January of that year.
Faced by an overwhelming public sentiment to address unwanted behavior downtown, the Chico City Council voted Tuesday to proceed with drafting a law barring sitting or lying on downtown sidewalks.
Aubrey Bekendam and Sarah Smith,who work for Burylson Cherries,at Thursday Night Market.
Downtown Ambassadors Bill Such and Tim Stephens in yellow shirts, left to right, stop to talk with Cameron Carr of Chico left, Brian Cordier of San Diego and Eugene Shields of Chico at right as they walk the streets of downtown Chico as part of an outreach program intended to promote a clean and safe downtown on May 3. All Chico E-R photos are ... (more)