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1 hr ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
There were two bank robberies in Butte County that have a tie and two incidents in Yuba City that appear connected, but investigators have not linked the cases, said Gina Swankie, public affairs specialist with the FBI.
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1 hr ago | NewsReview.com
Allergy season is here, which helps make Butte County even snottier than usual. There are a number of ways to relieve a stuffy nose, beyond the use of a handkerchief, tissue or the socially disturbing jettison of mucus onto a public sidewalk.
Oroville >> California is on the verge of collapse, legislators and citizens of Southern California aren't interested in the needs and problems of the north end of the state, and north staters would be better under the flag of the "State of Jefferson."
The June primary election in years without a presidential race on the ticket often suffers from low turnout.
An Oroville group is hoping to turn a controversy into a business opportunity. The Oroville Economic Alliance is reaching out to Sriracha hot sauce, hoping the company will bring their factory to Butte County.
OROVILLE >> Butte County supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to put on the November ballot the dispute over the most recent iteration of the county's restrictions of cultivation medical marijuana.
In honor of Earth Day, students at Chico State University gave demonstrations on how to recycle and compost, including hosting "guess the bin" games.
A species of salamander rarely found in the Concow area is picked up during a recent, multi-agency cleanup of a former illegal marijuana garden site.
Retail jobs are up in Butte County compared to this time last year, with some new stores opening and others on the way, Like Sportsman's Wearhouse in the North Valley Plaza in Chico, which was getting a paint job Friday.
American Baptist Women of First Baptist Church of Chico assembled 35 Easter baskets April 15 for foster children through Butte County Children's Services Division.
Habitat for Humanity of Butte County hosted its annual Youth Build Day on April 12. This day allows children ages 8-17 on the construction site to help put in landscaping and building fences.
The Chico City Council took what seems like a bold move Tuesday, telling its firefighters union that it may choose to ask Cal Fire to take over fire services for the city in three years.
The repair of the fountain at the Patrick Ranch is one of the many improvements people can check out while at the Patrick Ranch this weekend for the California Nut Festival.