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Woman dies after she was hit by a vehicle in Chico

CHICO, Calif. 4:40 P.M. UPDATE - An 86-year-old woman who was taken to the hospital after she was hit by a vehicle on Forest Avenue Tuesday morning has died, the Chico Police Department said. When officers arrived to Hartford Drive and Forest Avenue around 10 a.m., they found Martha Davis...
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Drive-by car show in Red Bluff honors memory of 16-year-old Camp Fire Survivor

RED BLUFF, Calif. — On Tuesday afternoon in Red Bluff, a drive-by car show was organized to honor a 16-year-old Camp Fire survivor who recently passed away. Chance Johnson died on June 24 after battling several health complications, including kidney failure and heart problems. Chance, or "Chancie" as his family called him, loved hot wheels and collecting toy cars. According to his family, there wasn’t a day Chance wasn’t in pain. In spite of that, the young man was always happy and always helpful.
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Celebrate the life of Margo Stratton

The Celebration of Life for Margo Patricia Stratton will be held Saturday, July 23rd, 2022, at 1:00 pm at the Meadow Valley School. She passed away peacefully 3/17/2021 at her home in Quincy, California. She was born to Lowell and Jeanette Bader on 1/18/1934 in San Francisco, California. She is...

Chico State Alum JJ Jakovac reflects on success as caddie

Chico State Golf Alum JJ Jakovac has been a caddie for over 15 years. He currently works with 4th ranked Collin Morikawa. Chico State alum JJ Jakovac reflects on success as caddie. Chico State Golf Alum JJ Jakovac has been a caddie for over 15 years. He currently works with...

Kitten rescued from a pipe in Chico is recovering in a foster home

CHICO, Calif. - The kitten rescued from inside a steel pillar in Chico is recovering in a foster home before going up for adoption. On Sunday Chico Fire came to the rescue of a kitten that became stuck inside the pillar. Apparently it got in through the top of the pillar, and couldn't get out until firefighters cut a hole in the tube.

City of Chico inching closer to clearing encampments at Comanche Creek

CHICO, Calif. - The City of Chico is eyeing Comanche Creek as its next target for illegal homeless camps, but it needs permission to tackle it all at once. Interim City Manager Paul Hahn hopes all the homeless camped there will move into the Pallet or Torres Shelters. First, the city needs the green light from the original eight homeless people who sued the city.

Josh Blumm

Josh Blumm is elevated to Revenue Manager the Results Radio Chico, CA cluster. Blumm joined the company in 2019 and most recently served as an account executive. He succeeds Nicole Shuba, who exited in 2021. The Chico cluster includes adult hits “92.7 Bob-FM” KBQB, CHR “Power 102.1” KCEZ, “106.7 Z-Rock” KRQR, and classic rock “Thunder 100.7” KTHU.

Chico firefighters rescue kitten in steel pillar

CHICO, Calif. - Chico firefighters rescued a kitten in distress Sunday afternoon. Firefighters say the kitten entered the steel pillar through an opening in the top and slid. They don't know long the cat had been stuck in there. They say they had to use several tools to safely retrieve the kitten.

COVID-19: Chico, CA Metro Area Among the Safest in America

The U.S. reported over 665,000 new cases of coronavirus over the seven days ending June 26, bringing the total count to more than 85.6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 1,005,000 COVID-19-related deaths — the highest death toll of any country. New cases continue to rise, albeit at a slowing rate. […]

Artist to discuss backstory of Orland statue

For the July installment of its “First Friday of the month” event, the Orland Art Gallery will present an evening with sculptor Carl Ciliax entitled “Sagebrush and Silence: The Back Story.”. “Sculptor Carl Ciliax is a teller of stories, and the story of the creation of the...

Orland History Camp returns July 11-15

The Orland Historical & Cultural Society will host History Camp XXVII July 11-15. “This OHCS sponsored event is designed for students in grades 3-6 who have an interest in learning about the Orland community’s proud history,” read a release issued by event organizers. “Students need to have finished third grade to participate.”

163rd Yuba-Sutter Fair concludes

The Upton family has a long line of livestock owners. Taylor Upton, 21, raised a variety of livestock all the way through high school before giving way to her younger brother and younger sister who are currently in the process of raising livestock each year for the Yuba-Sutter Fair. Jaden...