Across the county, 140 catholic schools are forced to shut down for lack of money during the coronavirus pandemic. But St. Joseph School in Redding is still staying afloat.
People in Chico say they are fed up with an ongoing trash problem on Humboldt Avenue.
The Chico Area Recreation and Park District is offering childcare options for working parents this new school year.
Monday was almost as hot as Sunday for most of northern California as a ridge of high pressure controlled our weather. A cooling trend is coming, but it will only cool to seasonable levels in the short term.
Since the state placed Butte County on the state's watchlist, one local bike shop is now facing a shortage.
A group of neighbors in Orland are mad about a road project. They say the project has cut away at their property. Action News Now Jafet Serrato went to Orland to dig into the conflict.
Passages’ Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP) will conduct its online “Welcome to Medicare Workshop” series in two parts. Community Outreach Coordinator, Tatiana Fassieux, joined our Linda Watkins-Bennett on Action News Now at Noon with the latest details.
According to sportscaster Dan Patrick the Big Ten voted 12-2 to cancel their football season this fall.
Good morning, North State. Here's what you need to know to start your day on Aug. 10.
Well above average high temperatures and the potential for mountain thunderstorms are ahead for your Monday. Temperatures won't be as hot but the potential for thunderstorms will linger on Tuesday. Triple digit heat returns for your late week and weekend forecast.
Jess Mercer is offering kids help through trauma and PTSD symptoms through artwork. it is called the Balanced Brain Project.
Strong heat lasts through Monday with mountain thunderstorms on Monday. The heat backs off by mid-week.
CHAT is interested in buying the Silver Dollar Fairground's BMX property to help with services for the homeless population.
A total of 33 personnel, four water tankers, and eight fire engines fought a structure fire in Gridley that destroyed a home.
It's back to campus for most kids in Shasta County
After a couple days of comfortably cooler than average weather around northern California, highs rose rapidly to more seasonable levels this afternoon. The warming trend will continue through the weekend, too.
Parents plan on taking safety precautions when hiring tutors for the semester and look past the financial burdens so that their kids can have the best education possible.
Retired North State assemblyman Stan Statham has died at the age of 81.
The Butte County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating a homicide that happened Thursday in Berry Creek.
School officials in Orland say they are postponing the first day of school to help parents and kids prepare for distance learning.
Already widely known for his fantastic illustrations, Steve Ferchaud is also an author. He has released a new children's book that will help raise money for youth on the Ridge.
Two men are dead following a shootout in Berry Creek on Thursday.
The North State Food Bank is holding a food distribution drive-thru in Willows.
Good morning, North State. Here's what you need to know to start your day on Aug. 7.
Temperatures are getting warmer and the potential for mountain thunderstorms is ahead for your Friday afternoon and evening. Much hotter temperatures are on the way in your weekend forecast.
Chico city council laid the groundwork for possible fines in the city when it comes to enforcing future COVID-19 guidelines.
Top athletes throughout the country have attended private camps to showcase their skills to college scouts, but the coronavirus is adding another hurdle to lives of many, including those in our region.
About 17,000 inmates in California will be released to cut the spread of coronavirus. By the end of this month, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation expects to release about 8000 inmates.
Parents prepare adjust to virtual learning and are worried about connectivity struggles they might face.
Butte County Public Health held a news conference Thursday morning, about the coronavirus school waiver process and the impact of a glitch on testing reports at the state level.
The Bidwells perform personalized mini-concerts outside of people's homes.
The Sin of Cortez in Chico is holding on to hope during the open, closes and unknown that the pandemic brings.
Although temperatures began to rise today around northern California, our weather was still quite pleasant for early August. Enjoy the below-average highs will we have them, because hotter weather will return soon.
While the coronavirus pandemic has canceled many summertime traditions, one will continue this week—only with a different look.
Some business owners got quite a scare Thursday morning after a gas leak in Oroville caused mandatory evacuations.
UPDATE: 3:52 p.m. Police officers have identified an elderly woman who died after being hit by a car in southeast Chico Thursday morning.
Chico Police officers said they currently have Idyllwild between Goldeneye Ct. and Yosemite Dr. closed due to a fatal traffic collision involving a pedestrian and a vehicle.
Good morning, North State. Here's what you need to know to start your day on Aug. 6.
A week to support local farmers and their products and services
Sunny to mostly sunny skies and below average temperatures are ahead for your Thursday. More mountain thunderstorms and much hotter temperatures are on the way in your extended forecast.
on tuesday, the school board and union agreed to bring matters like making it mandatory for teachers to instruct from their classrooms, and day care programs for teachers up for union member vote.
A glitch in the state's disease registry system might be linked to underreporting of coronavirus cases
Las Plumas High School in Oroville has new changes for their band students for the fall semester and students are planning on how they are going to adapt.
Today was the coolest day northern California has had for a while, and hopefully you were able to enjoy it. A warming trend will begin tomorrow, with seasonably hot weather returning fairly soon.
The owner of Broadway Heights says they will soon open up an outdoor dining area to stay afloat during the pandemic,
The Chico city council passed a motion last night that will allow for city staff to begin fining businesses and possibly people not in compliance with the state guidelines.
A child with autism had quite the birthday celebration with a little help from his friends! The seven-year-old started riding the bus when he was three years old. Rowdy, unfortunately, can't ride the bus anymore due to COVID-19, but that didn't stop his friends from firing up their busses to do a friendly drive by.
The Town of Paradise continues to make gains as it works to rebuild and recover after the Camp Fire. Disaster Recovery Manager, Katie Simmons, spoke with Action News Now Linda Watkins-Bennett with what you need to know.
The Butte County District Attorney is warning residents of a new financial scam.
One Northern California almond processing plant that relocated a year ago is now facing a new challenge, harvesting during COVID-19.
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