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Human Remains Discovered in Rubble at Site of Concow Mobile Home Fire
CONCOW, Calif.- Chico State's Anthropology Department has been called on to help identify what are believed to be human remains at a home that burned in Concow.The fire occurred a week ago at a mobile home on Windermere Lane in the Camelot area of Concow. It was first reported at approximately 4:1
Man arrested after calling deputies and saying he shot at someone
Teezar Brady, 23, was taken into custody for investigation of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon.
Chico field hockey prevails over Corning
CHICO — Stuck in a 1-1 stalemate, Bailey Reid was well aware of how little time was left in order to take the lead.Reid, a senior for the Chico High field hockey team, fired the game-winning goal from 10-yards out into the back of the cage to lift the Panthers to a 2-1 victory over Corning High Wedn
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Facility Close to School Upsets Parents
"Housing people like that so close to schools, I really don't want my kiddo walking around and you already have to worry about a whole bunch," said Christine Koshman, a parent who lives near the high school.
Two Arrested During Chico Traffic Stop for Meth Possession and Sales
CHICO, Calif.- Approximately one half of a pound of methamphetamine was found in north Chico during a traffic stop early Thursday morning. Two people were arrested during the incident.Thursday morning, Oct. 18, 2018, at approximately 1:30 a.m., two deputies on routine patrol say they saw a green For
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Child Handcuffed by Authorities
CHICO, Calif.—The Butte County Sheriff's Office continues its investigation Friday into an incident caught on camera Thursday morning.Action News Now obtained cellphone video taken by an eyewitness to the scene. The shaky video shows officers surrounding 8-year-old Kayden, who is seated on the groun
Dozer operator trapped in the Carr Fire: 'Don't risk anybody's life for mine'
Surrounded by the Carr Fire, the windows blown out of the dozer he'd been using to help fight it on the evening of July 26, he knew what was coming for him.
Corning health clinic opens call center
Adventist Health Clinic in Corning is improving customer service through a new call center with 12 staff members who are solely dedicated to answering phones.There will be three option to choose, depending on the caller’s need. The individual will find it much easier to make an appointment or talk t
Eight-year-old boy handcuffed by Butte County Sheriff's Deputy
"I was torn up," said Meagan Ramsey, the boy's mother. "It broke my heart. I started crying, and I'm going to start crying again."
EXCLUSIVE: 911 calls document a night of terror as Carr Fire explodes in Redding
It was a night few who survived the ordeal will ever forget; a night of terror, bedlam, panic and havoc.
Bobcats beat Corning to end season
If the Paradise High School volleyball team can repeat the performance they put on the floor on Thursday night, winning the 2018 North Section Division 3 Volleyball title isn’t out of the question.The Bobcats beat visiting Corning 20-25, 25-15, 25-17, 25-19 to move to 16-11 on the year. It was the b
Lariat Bowl celebrates 60 years in business next week
RED BLUFF — A South Main Street business is setting up to celebrate 60 years next week and a host of festivities have been planned to mark the special occasion for Lariat Bowl, 365 S. Main Street.“We found an article about the open house, which was Oct. 24, 1958, and that led to a weeklong celebrati
Trump wants to cut red tape, hasten water projects in California
California may be famous for its Hollywood star power, wealth and technological innovation, but there is a different part of the state where poverty prevails in little farm towns halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. (Oct. 19)AP
Redding man hurt in traffic crash arrested for DUI, police say
Although Couts was arrested, police said, he was later released for medical treatment of injuries he suffered in the crash.
PETS: Shelter animals hope for home for holidays
As the end of October approaches, many of us are beginning to get ready for the impending holidays and look forward, eagerly, to the upcoming festivities and enjoyable times with family and friends.Each year, across the United States, an estimated 3-4 million dogs wait in shelters for someone to giv
Conservative Christian activist from Redding gets lunch invitation from President Trump
The reception takes place during the Young Black Leadership Summit, which is happening next Thursday through Sunday in Washington, D.C. The summit is an event geared toward conservative African Americans ages 15- to 39-years old.
Teen recovers from major injuries after crash with tree
ANDERSON, Calif. —A 16-year-old is recovering at Mercy Medical Center after crashing into a tree near Anderson Thursday night.According to the California Highway Patrol, the teen was driving south on Rhonda Road around 9 p.m. near Lynn Hart Drive. Authorities said he lost control of the SUV on a cur
Butte County’s most wanted
The Butte County Sheriff’s Office is seeking Anthony Raymond Cabral for a warrant charging him with false imprisonment, possession of a firearm by a felon, unlawful possession of ammunition and resisting an officer.
Fire slowing traffic on I-5 in Anderson
A vegetation fire about one mile south of Deschutes Road in Anderson is slowing traffic on Interstate 5 this afternoon.The is blocking one lane, the California Department of Transportation reports.The fire was dispatched around 3:15 p.m.
Another Warm Weekend, Possible Rain Next Week
Chico, Calif.--Happy Friday! If you liked this week's weather, that's what's in store for the weekend as well.Warm and dry, with our highs just a few degrees above normal.