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Police Blotter: Multiple child endangerment reports and more

Police Blotter: Multiple child endangerment reports and more

Kimberly Morales and Angelina Mendez

November 9, 2019

University Police Call Type: Disturbance Tues, Oct 29, 5:29 p.m. 500 Block of W 2nd St. Call received for a complaint of a possible alcohol-related crime around the Bell Memorial Union. Upon police arrival, the suspect was reported to be gone on arrival/unable to locate. - Call Ty...

Paradise Ridge Elementary thanks first responders

Paradise Ridge Elementary thanks first responders

Jessie Imhoff

November 8, 2019

Paradise Ridge Elementary held a remembrance event in their school’s gym for the Camp Fire anniversary. Students participated in different performances for the event, such as reading the American Creed and singing "America the Beautiful." https://twitter.com/JessieReports/status/1193012119689580544?s=20 https://twitter.com/JessieReports/status/1193012582258368512?s=20 Many...

Graffiti at Meriam Library determined a ‘non-threat’

Graffiti at Meriam Library determined a ‘non-threat’

Ricardo Tovar

November 7, 2019

University Police responded to student's concerns over threatening graffiti that was written on the third floor of the men's restroom at Meriam Library Wednesday. Around 7:30 p.m. a student reported to the circulation desk at the library of a threat that allegedly had been written in chalk on the...

Chico City Council considers proposals for housing, downtown access

Chico City Council considers proposals for housing, downtown access

Angelina Mendez

November 7, 2019

Chico City Council's Tuesday meeting remembered Camp Fire victims and discussed Chico's General Plan for 2030. Mayor Randall Stone opened the meeting with an official declaration of November being Youth Homelessness Month, adding that on Friday morning, 85 seconds of silence will be held in light of the...

Police Blotter: Woman caught with drugs attempts to sell tear gas

Police Blotter: Woman caught with drugs attempts to sell tear gas

Ricardo Tovar

November 2, 2019

Chico PD:   Call Type: Residential Burglary with no Force Tuesday, Oct. 22nd, 5:34 p.m. West 19th St./Normal Ave. – Call Type: Driving Without a License Tuesday, Oct. 22nd, 10:49 p.m. West 1st AVE/Citrus Ave. A 19-year-old was pulled over and found to have had no proof of a driver's license...

Climate change demonstration offends Camp Fire victims

Climate change demonstration offends Camp Fire victims

Kimberly Morales and Melissa Herrera

November 2, 2019

On Thursday, Sunrise Movement Chico displayed 86 tombstones for 86 lives lost last year from what they claimed to be due to “the negligence of PG&E.”With tombstones laid out on campus, volunteers from Sunrise Movement posed a question for PG&E: “With even more fires happening...

Chicoween 2019: See crime reported over the holiday

Chicoween 2019: See crime reported over the holiday

Natalie Hanson

November 2, 2019

Our breaking news team spent two nights watching crime over Halloween here in Chico. Check out this map and our online coverage to see where some of these incidents occurred: https://twitter.com/JessieReports/status/1190452078956572672?s=20 https://twitter.com/JessieReports/status/1190452366048260097?s=20 https://twitter.com/JessieReports/status/1190470450112913408?s=20 https://twitter.com/nhanson_reports/status/1190132113644744704?s=20 https://twitter.com/theorion_angie/status/1190083239555133440?s=20 There were a total of 40 arrests made over the nights of Oct. 31 through the morning of Nov. 2, according to data from the Chico Po...

Make a Difference Day volunteers clean up Paradise

Make a Difference Day volunteers clean up Paradise

Jessie Imhoff

October 30, 2019

Cities across the nation celebrated Make a Difference Day on Oct. 25-26 to help improve their community. This unofficial holiday, which has been held on the fourth Saturday of October since 1992, provides volunteer opportunities for people to get more involved and connected with their town.For the pe...

Rawson fire north of Corning was contained overnight

Rawson fire north of Corning was contained overnight

Ricardo Tovar

October 30, 2019

With a high wind warning in effect in Northern California, there is an increase for flash fires all across the state. On Saturday night around 10:34 p.m. that was the case when on Gayle Road, north of Corning, a vegetation fire began.According to Seargent Kyle Lovelady of the Tehama Police Departmen...

Enrollment down after Camp Fire, university says

Kimberly Morales

October 30, 2019

On Monday, Chico State released the official 2019-20 enrollment census to the public.In the census, the university announced that student enrollment is predicted to see a shortfall primarily due to Camp Fire impacts and competition between other education options in California.The census included a plann...

Police corner man suspected of stealing partner’s vehicle

Police corner man suspected of stealing partner’s vehicle

Angelina Mendez

October 29, 2019

Police pursued a man Sunday who was reported for stealing his girlfriend's car and driving under the influence. On Sunday afternoon, Chico Police Department (CPD) officers responded to a reported domestic dispute on the 3100 block of Esplanade, according to a news release. Police received a call from a...

Pedestrian killed in vehicle incident

Pedestrian killed in vehicle incident

Carolyn Allen

October 29, 2019

A vehicle fatally struck a pedestrian on Main and Ninth Streets near downtown Chico.At 7:14 a.m. the Chico Police Dispatch Center received a 911 call that a vehicle had collided with a pedestrian. The pedestrian was transported to Enloe Medical Center, where he later died due to severe injury, accordi...

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