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A flame-shredded American flag hangs on a mostly burnt piece of wood on Wildwood Lane in Paradise. Photo Credit: Alex Grant

The Orion’s Camp Fire Newscast

Christian Solis // November 28, 2018

Nearly three weeks ago the Camp Fire flames ignited Paradise and several neighboring Butte County communities. The fire burned through 153,336 acres of Butte County. The thick, toxic smoke spread to cities...

Dellanira Carrillo has half of her face painted like a sugar skull by Saidi Montoya in Trinity Commons on Friday. Check out this story and more on this week's newscast. Photo credit: Olyvia Simpson

Votes, Vigils and The Day of The Dead on The Orion’s Newscast for Nov. 7

Alex Grant // November 7, 2018

On this week's newscast, the midterm election results are released, a vigil is covered, The Day of the Dead is highlighted and several other stories are discussed.2018 Midterm Election Results (0:06)Chico...

An increased police presence was maintained on campus Tuesday, according to an email from President Gayle Hutchinson. Photo credit: Natalie Hanson

A body, a corn maze and a magic bartender on The Orion’s newscast Oct. 31

Alex Grant // October 31, 2018

On this week's newscast, the report of a body found on campus is described, the arts team explores a local corn maze and a magic bartender is featured. Multiple gunshots were reported near Chico State's...

Patrick Newman speaks with police officers at the Chico city council meeting Tuesday. Newman spoke at the podium in front of the city council to oppose the sit and lie ordinance that ended up passing later in the evening. This ordinance allows police officers to detain and remove homeless and transient people that are

‘Sit Lie’ Reinstated and The Return of Sigma Chi on The Orion’s newscast Oct. 24

Alex Grant // October 24, 2018

On this week's newscast the city council passing of the Sit and Lie Ordinance is covered, the return of Sigma Chi is featured, the Chikoko fashion show is described and much more. Christian Solis,...

A Chico Unified School District bus proves at the Chico Parade of Lights that creativity does not stop with light decorations as any vehicle or object can be used as well. Photo credit: Olyvia Simpson

The Orion’s weekly newscast Oct. 17

Alex Grant, Christian Solis, and Alejandra Fraga // October 18, 2018

On this week's newscast, six stories are recapped by anchors Christian Solis and Alejandra Fraga. The story headlines listed below are organized by the time they appear in the newscast. 1) City council...

The Women's Resource Clinic held a fundraiser in the Bell Memorial Union Friday, while protestors stood outside the event to question the legitimacy of the clinic. Photo credit: Dominique Wood

The Orion’s first official weekly newscast Oct. 10

Alex Grant, Christian Solis, and Natalie Hanson // October 10, 2018

Check out The Orion's first official weekly broadcast. Christian Solis, Natalie Hanson and Alex Grant can be reached at [email protected] or @theorion_news on Twitter.

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Student DJ Subfer selected to play at SnowGlobe music festival

Natalie Hanson and Julia Maldonado // October 3, 2018

A mix of blue and pink fluorescent lights fills the empty black space. Glow sticks that radiate blue, red and green colors are spread throughout the audience. One student gets his audience amped up with...

Screenshot from the La La Land trailer

“La La Land” scores Oscar nominations

Julia Maldonado // January 31, 2017

The cast must be in La La Land after being nominated for 14 Oscars for the 89th Academy Awards. This ties "Titanic" and "All About Eve" for the most amount of Oscar nominations in history."La La Land"...

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