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Dry for the next few days but cold especially at night.
The water main at Pine and Cypress and Redding broke, and city crews are still working to repair the problem.
A structure fire was contained after water was shuttled down a rural road by firefighters.
Staying cool, but drier weather ahead.
Drier weather ahead, but staying cool.
A warming tent will open Sunday at 6 PM at Depot Park in Chico.
Western Miracles Foundation held a pop-up shop in downtown Chico on Sunday to benefit Camp Fire survivors.
Wildfire survivors and supporters came together in Paradise to address the climate change crisis.
A young man in Chico decided he wanted to make Camp Fire survivors who play baseball a better place to participate in the game in Chico.
Showers tomorrow then finally drying out for a few days!
Volunteers from the Red Cross opened a temporary shelter to assist Shasta County residents who have been without power for most of the week.
Power is still out in the Anderson area for many residents who were hit hard by the recent stormy weather.
Find out some of the biggest issues CHP officers see that compromise child car seat safety.
The Chico Riverhawks raised over 9k to help rebuild baseball programs in Paradise.
The Paradise Guild hosted a meeting with Camp Fire Survivors, with guest speaker, Robert Kennedy Jr.
Crews removed the semi-truck that has been stuck since Friday afternoon.
Governor Gavin Newsome is poised to sue over the President's emergency declaration. President Trump explains why he declared the emergency over U.S. border security.
Paradise High basketball team defeats Gridley in playoffs
Butte College baseball team defeats American River
Chico State defeats CS San Bernardino
Pleasant Valley girls advance to Division 3 semi-finals
Pleasant Valley Girls advance to Division 3 semi-finals
Local Softball Star Headed East
The heavy rain & snow is over, but showers are still possible through Sunday. Snow levels will remain fairly low, and a thunderstorm is possible on Saturday afternoon. Much quieter weather arrives next week!
Good news for a city that had a multi-million dollar deficit just six years ago.
Cal Fire and Butte County Search and Rescue worked together to bring the truck driver back to safety.
Cal Fire and California Highway Patrol rescued a truck driver whose vehicle got stuck in flooded waters in Chico.
Chico River Road is still closed and the area is under an evacuation warning due to flooding.
The Marysville Police Department is investigating an assault on a store clerk as a possible hate crime.
A Beagle in Australia adopted a baby possum after losing her litter of puppies.
President Trump is aware that a national emergency declaration will face legal challenges, but he's moving forward with the declaration.
Firefighters knocked down a fire in Redding that may have been caused by a generator after a power outage.
The City of Chico is in the black, but the Mayor's asking for state help in the wake of the Camp Fire.
Crews working to clear debris, mud and silt so people can return after Thursday's flooding.
North State Writers collaborative presentation is sure to be a fun and unique experience.
Cartridge goes for 100K!
The sheriff's office says they found the cannabis in a trailer near Highway 101 and Miranda.
Heavy rains have caused officials to open all 18 gates of the Nimbus Dam to release water into the American River.
Heavy rain and flooding eroded away the banks of Lake Elsinore causing several walls and buildings to collapse.
The storm system has put more than 30 million people under flood watches from California to Arizona.
The lawsuit is just one of many suits the agency is facing following the Oroville Dam Spillway disaster.
Deputies say that Kody Smith called 9-1-1 Tuesday night to report that he shot someone and their two dogs in his home.
The area along the Sacramento River between Chico River Road and Highway 32 is still closed this morning due to possible flooding dangers.
Here's what you need to know to start your day on Feb. 15, 2019.
Active weather and the potential for flooding will be ahead for your Friday and weekend.
Redding Police say a car crash occurred on 273 and S. Bonneyview
Jonathan and Randi reconnected because of the Camp Fire and are now expecting a baby.
Shasta County declared a state of emergency this week due to the powerful snowstorm
The steady rain turned to off and on showers on Thursday, and that's what we'll see again on Friday. Snow levels will drop, winds will pick up, and a thunderstorm is possible Friday afternoon!