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Paradise Police arrested a Paradise man Sunday afternoon on felony evasion charges two hours after he led police on a short chase.
Laverne Grell, 99, blows out candles to celebrate the Butte County Rice Growers Association's 100th anniversary on Saturday in Richvale.
THERMALITO >> A fire in was uncomfortably close for residents along Plumas Avenue near 10th Street on Saturday.
The Butte County Sheriff's Office is searching for two men suspected of robbing a taxi driver at knife point.
The hearing began Wednesday in Butte County Superior Court for defendants Jacob and Sierra Macias.
Sprinklers run at Wildwood Park and onto the sidewalk near Chico's upper Bidwell Park on Friday.
Dirt is being moved and buildings are being built. It's construction season in Paradise and locals have no doubt noticed the many hardhats and tractors milling about.
CHICO >> Tom Reed is founder and president of the Butte County Health Care Coalition.
A Cal Fire-Butte County fire crew works to clear brush at a fire on Thursday near Crown Point Road and Highway 32 in Chico.
Many California native plants go dormant in the summer, waiting for the fall and winter rains before they grow again.
OROVILLE >> The public is invited to participate in the upcoming National Night Out event that will be hosted by Oroville Volunteers in Policing in August.
Chico police are investigating a woman's body found Thursday July 24, 2014 in Bidwell Park near One-Mile Recreation Area.
Joseph Nokes, the music teacher for Tomales Elementary and Bodega Bay School, will take over as interim principal at Bodega Bay School during the upcoming school year following Jane Realon's resignation, Superintendent Tom Stubbs announced in a letter to parents on Tuesday.
Live Fong: Two shows: Saturday July 26, 7:30 p.m., at 1078 Gallery; Monday, Aug. 4, 6 p.m., at Sierra Nevada Big Room for the Flipside Release Party.
A training conference Wednesday in Oroville saw 18 code enforcement officers from around the Northstate learning how to spot the evidence of honey hash oil and meth labs, and also the signs of possible child endangerment.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 03:52 pm
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