More than 33 officers from other California State Universities and the Critical Response Unit will be in Chico to help keep peace during Halloween festivities.
International students facing racism is not uncommon. Students and members of the community have a responsibility to educate themselves on shared similarities between cultures in order to end racism said Frank Li, director of the International Education office.
A Chico State geography professor and his students joined the Chico Fire Department to ask the city to help fund a project that would get rid of an invasive, flammable plant growing along Little Chico Creek.
Friends and family gathered Monday night at the free speech area for a candlelight memorial dedicated to deceased student Samantha Lewis, 20, who was killed by a moving train behind Yolo Field Oct. 13.
The Chico Police Department is considering requiring officers to wear cameras on their uniforms to improve policing tactics and public trust while reducing assaults against officers.
One student was injured during the fire evacuation around 4 a.m. Sunday morning. Chico Fire-Rescue are still determining how the fire started and total damage to the house.
The Moonlight Safety Walk participants' monitor inadequate lighting and overgrown hedges on campus. The walk aims to improve campus safety since it's start in 2004.