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Aubrey Bekendam and Sarah Smith,who work for Burylson Cherries,at Thursday Night Market.
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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)
Days after a man was hit and killed by a train early Sunday morning in Chico, police are saying the man, 30-year-old Pedro De La Torre, may have been involved in a shooting incident minutes before he was hit.
The prep work for "Nuttin' But Fun" is underway at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds, with the gates swinging open at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Monday marked the start of weed abatement inspections, with more than 700 vacant lots listed as potential nuisances on this year's list.
There is probably nothing more enjoyable than sitting outside on warm summer evening and noshing on a salad which explodes in flavor with each and every bite.
The man charged following a July 2011 shooting at a downtown Chico bar took the stand in his own defense Monday.
A man working on a roof fell about 20 feet through a skylight at about 1 p.m. Monday in the former Koret warehouse at 1100 Marauder St.
Detectives are looking into what led to the assaults and why they took place near the same location, said Chico police Lt.
Hannah Page cooks up some burgers at Munchies food truck along Midway on Thursday.
The first dinner meeting for the 530 Angel Network has occurred, but no money passed into the hands of eager entrepreneurs.
Chico Newcomers Club meets once a year to honor its past presidents. The club was started 50 years ago, open to women new to town less than four years, encouraging friendships.
Each year, Chico Noon Rotary Club presents Educator of the Year awards to recognize an outstanding teacher at each public high school in Chico as well as Butte College and Chicp State University.
During the fourth annual California Community College Trustees' conference on May 4 at Lake Tahoe, William McGinnis of Chico, a trustee at Butte-Glenn Community College District was honored for his 20 years of service as a trustee.
Guns and gun accessories brought in thousands of people over the weekend for the fourth annual Chico Rod and Gun Club show.
In addition to a presentation on the city's financial struggles, Tuesday's City Council meeting will include information on a possible sit-lie ordinance and alcohol-related laws and an introductory reading of the plastic bag ban ordinance.