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Northbound Highway 99 traffic reopens after rollover crash

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - 5:25 P.M. UPDATE A two-car crash shut down Highway 99 in both directions Wednesday afternoon. The California Highway Patrol tells Action News Now that the crash was caused by the driver of a white SUV who was turning left off of Meridian Road onto Highway 99, pulling directly into the path of a car that was heading northbound on Highway 99.
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Person stabbed in Red Bluff Tuesday, no suspects

RED BLUFF, Calif. - A homeless person who lives in Red Bluff was stabbed on Tuesday night, according to the Red Bluff Police Department. Officers responded to a report of a stabbing just before 6 p.m. in the area of Crosby Lane and Spyglass Drive. The person who was stabbed...
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Firefighters knock down attic fire in Chico

CHICO, Calif. 8:39 p.m. UPDATE - Chico Fire Department confirms that Filbert Ave. has been reopened. 4:27 P.M. UPDATE - Firefighters have knocked down the attic fire in Chico on Wednesday afternoon. The fire broke out at 970 Filbert Ave. before 3:15 p.m. Just before 4:30 p.m., firefighters said the...

Quinceañera murder suspect’s lawyer is Chico woman arrested in July

CHICO, Calif. - The lawyer for the 17-year-old murder suspect is Chico attorney Stephana Femino, the woman who the Butte County district attorney said was arrested for helping her boyfriend remain a fugitive on several felony arrest warrants. Femino was supposed to represent the suspect in the Quinceañera stabbing in...

Red Bluff Police search for missing teenager

RED BLUFF, Calif. - The Red Bluff Police Department is asking for the public's help in looking for a missing teenager, 13-year-old Cassius McCabe. McCabe, also known as "Cassi" or "Clay," was reported missing on Tuesday. They were last seen wearing "Venom" jogger pants and a multicolored sweater. McCabe also wears thick black-framed glasses. McCabe has "Ghost" tattooed on their left forearm.

U-Pick Peaches event returns to Chico State University Farm

CHICO, Calif. - Chico State University Farm is providing another chance to pick peaches from the orchard. Chico State says this year's crop was pretty good and the drought didn't really impact the peaches. Last year, the university farm sold more than 21,000 pounds of peaches. At $2 a pound,...
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Ahead of deer hunting season, Mendocino National Forest issues safety reminders

WILLOWS, CA, 8/10/22 — All public land within the Mendocino National Forest is currently open to hunting, excluding Sheet Iron Mountain State Game Refuge north of the Snow Mountain Wilderness, Mendocino National Forest officials announced in a news release Tuesday. Ahead of deer hunting season and other season openings this August, officials reminded the public that several trails and campgrounds remain closed, and new closures can occur at any time due to wildfires or other hazards.

HAVE YOU SEEN ME? Missing Red Bluff teen last seen August 8

RED BLUFF, Calif. — Have you seen me?. The Red Bluff Police Department (RBPD) is seeking the public's help in finding a 13-year-old teenager who was last seen on the afternoon of Aug. 8, 2022, after an argument. The RBPD says Cassius "Cassie or Clay" McCabe was last seen...

New Butte College facility in Orland celebrates its opening

ORLAND, Calif. - The grand opening of the new Butte College facility in Glenn County was on Wednesday. The new campus is the sixth location for Butte College. This one is located off Cortina Drive in Orland. It cost $12.4 million to build the roughly 13,700-square-foot center. The campus also...

Next wave of Chico homeless enforcement expected by end of the month

CHICO, Calif. — The City of Chico says it's preparing for its next round of homeless enforcement, all the while city shelter officials battle a lack of interest in behavioral, mental and substance abuse services. The “where," “who” and “why," however, remain unclear. Chico City Manager Mark Sorensen tells...

Fire survivor solidarity | McKinney Fire ignition | Pallet shelter update

The latest North State and California news on our airwaves for Wednesday, Aug. 10. A year after the Dixie Fire, survivors work to help victims of another devastating blaze. It's been about a year since the Dixie Fire devastated Plumas County's Indian Valley. Now, some fire survivors there are working on supporting the next fire survivor community.

Plaque dedicated to Corning Fire Chief Pryatel

A plaque commemorating the life and service of former Corning Volunteer Fire Chief Robert “Bobby” Pryatel was placed on a dais at the Fire Hall on Fifth Street on Aug. 4. Two of his daughters, Dawn Downey and Lisa Crawford, were joined by members of the volunteer fire department in dedicating the plaque to honor Pryatel’s 52 years of service to the department.

Paradise Recovery and Rebuilding: Paradise Sewer Project Draft meeting Wednesday

PARADISE, Calif. - Action News Now continues to provide the latest updates on recovery and rebuilding in the Town of Paradise. Town Council Meeting on Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. 1,427 Homes Rebuilt (certificate of occupancy issued) 546 Multi-Family Permit Applications Received. 429 Multi-Family Permits Issued. 340 Multi-Family Permits Rebuilt...

I’ll be playing some of my favorite 45 records and at 4 o’clock I’ll read a short story/poem I wrote about my oldest brother who took me and some of my friends to Hollenbeck Park to play bat mitten with some gang bangers

Today, Wednesday, August 10th from 3 to 5 PM it’s “LA Sounds” I’ll be playing some of my favorite 45 records and at 4 o’clock I’ll read a short story/poem I wrote about my oldest brother who took me and some of my friends to Hollenbeck Park to play bat mitten with some gang bangers. I’m also going to be on Kevin Cooke’s show, “Write on Air” from 7 to 7:30 reading about being in Vietnam, broadcasted on and 90.1 FM Chico.