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I sit before you today a thoroughly bruised and beaten man. My shoulder hurts. My vision’s not what it used to be, my knees are aching and my body is engulfed by the kind of soreness that can…

CHICO — Local high school students led a march and chant through downtown Chico to protest the treatment of migrants at the U.S. southern border. “Immigrant rights are under attack,” shouted …

CHICO — Youth cadets used the Chico Municipal Airport to gain firsthand experience with flying an aircraft. The Civil Air Patrol’s Butte County Composite Squadron 95 held orientation flights …

Lens filters are essential for perfect images. You have a camera, a bag, a tripod, editing software and some cool lenses. Why not try using filters?

Mentorship, career opportunities bringing more into the transportation fold.

FMCSA is proposing allowing an applicant seeking a CDL to take general and specialized knowledge tests in a state other than his or her state of residence.

The magic of theater returns to Theatre on the Ridge in Paradise with “Shirley Valentine,” an award-winning British romantic comedy. The two-act play opens Thursday and runs through Aug…

Sony's announced a new RX compact camera: the RX100 VII. This compact camera looks to be a camera that's made for vlogging.

President Donald Trump is on the rampage against unions yet again. Courthouse News Service reports: “President Donald Trump has called on the D.C. Circuit to immediately green-light enforcement of…

The huge gap between rising incomes at the top and stagnating pay for the rest of us shows that workers are no longer benefiting from their rising productivity. Before 1979, worker pay and productivity grew in tandem. But since 1979, productivity has grown eight times faster than typical worker pay (hourly compensation of production/nonsupervisory workers).