Marcella Wagner Featured In This Month's "Glamour" Magazine
The story of Marcella Wagner, the Shasta County mother who was forced into labor when she was paralyzed in a car crash last year, is gaining national attention again.
Chico entrepreneur a finalist for award from Ernst & Young
Build.com 's leader - Christian Friedland of Chico - got word last week that he had moved from being a semi-finalist to a finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year award sponsored by famed accounting firm Ernst & Young.
Sun May 19, 2013
Danger level rising at large Chico parties
When police show up to a party, it's usually an indication to turn off the music and go home.
Chico State senior thinks hockey can break ice for Arabs, Jews
Now the soon-to-be Chico State University graduate hopes he will shortly be headed for a conflict-torn region of the Middle East to coach Arabic- and Hebrew-speaking youth in a joint ice hockey league.
Red Bluff Daily News
Jean Barton: Tour of Central Coast of California
Three Red Bluff High School classmates met on the CBCIA tour of Central California Coast.
Sat May 18, 2013
Locals take it all off for annual Undie Run
A group of people cross Broadway at West Fifth Street as about 300 young adults stripped down to their underwear to participate in the fourth annual Undie Run on Friday in Chico.
Fri May 17, 2013
Police: Chico Crime On the Rise
Chico police revealed on Thursday that crime is on the rise in the city of Chico and they say a lack of officers could be to blame.
Editorial: University better without fraternity
A fraternity house is shown in Chico on May 7. Chico State University's Sigma Chi fraternity was allegedly in violation of university policies, leading to its suspension by the university and the national Sigma Chi organization disassociating itself from CSUC.
Sow There: Lily by a different name doth not smell as sweet
The spadix on this Voodoo lily looks like a purple corn dog. But it's the entryway to a cavern that traps flies for a day.
Thu May 16, 2013
Chico Democrates to discuss fracking at meeting May 28
Noah Rodriguez, Chico State University graduate student, is writing a master's thesis on fracking.
Wed May 15, 2013
Butte County Sheriff's Office to address cargo theft today
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.
Daily Planner: May 16
Thursday Night Market: 6-9 p.m. downtown on Broadway, from Second to Fifth streets.
Students have unconventional finals: Future professionals show off...
Chico State engineering student Katlynn Lawrence shows off a hydraulic drill she worked on during a showcasing of capstone projects at Chico State University on Tuesday.
Tue May 14, 2013
Chico State's Prescription Drug Culture
According to a poll by Zogby Analytics, one third of college students across the country admitted to using prescription drugs during the end of year push.
Mon May 13, 2013
Sigma Chi to cut ties from Chico State University
Sigma Chi International Fraternity will end its 20-year relationship with Chico State University after allegations of brewing beer resulted in a two-year suspension of the CSU chapter.
Returning military veterans choosing college in record numbers
Izeck Hempseed went into the military directly from high school because he figured it would be his best path to eventually attend college.
Sun May 12, 2013
Tin Roof Bakery features food art
Beth Bjorklund's colorful art is on the menu this month at the Tin Roof Bakery, Broadway and Seventh streets.
Fri May 10, 2013
to Bring Factory Farm to California State University-Chico
Most students at California State University-Chico have probably never been to a factory farm, so peta2 - PETA's youth division - is bringing factory farms to them.
The Daily Republic
City pool to open for Memorial Day
The Aquatics Complex at Allan Witt Park will be open from noon to 5 p.m. on all three days of the holiday weekend.
Pahrump Valley Times
Decades: New band at the Nugget
There's a lot going on this weekend and if you aren't careful, you'll miss it. Aside from the Stand For Children Day and the Teacher of the Year awards, there will be a fundraiser bike run with all the parties you can stand.