To see a map of the Redding Rodeo Parade route, click on the link below.
If you'd like to volunteer for the American Red Cross, log onto the Red Cross website. It's at www.americanredcross.org.
Former Lieutenant Governor Abel Maldonado is working on an initiative to take down Governor Jerry Brown's early release program, known as AB 109.
Over the past five months, Soroptimist International of Chico has received over 600 bras for women who have been victims of sex trafficking in Africa.
A second grade student is believed to have died of bacterial meningitis.
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, there are centers in Butte, Shasta and Tehama counties that can help you.
If you'd like to donate to the St. Jude Children's Hospital Trike-A-Thon, visit their website.
Since the month of March, the Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District has been busy checking different areas for mosquitoes in an attempt to control the mosquito population.
Sun Country Quilters is making quilts for Mother's Day.
For more information call (530) 529-6650 or (530) 528-1126.
KRCR News Channel 7 will have a Monday Night Special on Monday, May 6 on the Antlers Bridge replacement project.
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The run will start at One Mile Recreational Area in Bidwell Park at 9 a.m. Saturday.
There's a new website for Chicoans – especially for those who like an alcoholic beverage for the cheapest possible price.
The 40th Mother's Day event for the Shasta Service Guild is coming. For more information call (530) 224-5959.
Cinco De Mayo started early for Shasta College students. The college held its 22nd Annual Cinco De Mayo celebration.
A total of 136 cats were found at a local hoarder's house. To adopt them or help out, visit Butte Humane's website.
For more on lake safety tips, go to www.boatsmarter.com.
To donate to the Shasta County Special Olympics, go to reddingproam.com.
For more info on the meals on wheels program or to donate money, call (530) 226-3060.
A Chico author is starting to make big waves in the publishing world.
There are dozens of events going on in the Northstate this weekend. Here are some of our picks to go to. They are separated by county below:
To follow the Moseley Family Cellars on Facebook, go to www.facebook.com/downtowndog.moseley
Two Willows volunteers have set up a hotline for residents to call if they want to get rid of problem birds.
Girls Inc. of Northern Sacramento Valley puts on the event to help Shasta and Tehama girls grow into strong, smart and bold young women.
For more information on how the Chico Downtown Criterium will affect traffic, go to chicostagerace.com.
'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' begins at 10 a.m. on the north end of the Market St. Promenade in downtown Redding.
Red Bluff Round-Up Chili Cook-Off
The Red Bluff Round-Up begins Thurs., Apr. 11. Read on for a list of activities.
Sam Chimenti is a local teen who tries to, and sometimes successfully, predicts the outcomes of sports events.
The Tehama County Museum is selling tickets for the Red Bluff Roundup.
Redding Rodeo Week is almost here. Download a Redding Rodeo Week calendar.
Information on on Mike Mangas' story about the Pastor David Honey, who is also an author.
A house fire has caused more than $100,000 worth of damage at Max's Miracle Ranch in Biggs.
A group of girls learned important lessons in self-defense today in Red Bluff.
A cancer prevention study through the American Cancer Society is looking for volunteers between the ages of 30 and 65 in Oroville, Paradise and Chico.
Visit the website www.hhtsa.gov/Teen-Drivers for more information on how to discuss drinking and driving with your teen.
Find out if you qualify for a public assistance cellular plan.
There are currently 115 support groups for myeloma in the US. Last year, they raised $22,000 for research and this year they hope to raise $50,000 for another research grant.
A woman who was arrested for leaving an eight-year-old girl and nine-year-old girl alone in a home that later caught fire has generated questions including – when is okay to leave your child home alone?
For more information on the National Allergy Bureau, visit aaaai.org/nab.
To request services from Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District, call (530) 356-3468 or go to www.shastamosquito.org.
The California Nut Festival will take place at the Historic Patrick Ranch Museum in Chico on Apr. 20.
The Corning Animal Shelter is being renovated and needs donations during the process.
The fifth annual Sundial Film Festival will be happening Saturday at the Cascade Theatre in downtown Redding.
For more information on what you can carry on a plane beginning Apr. 25.
The number of unintentional drug deaths in shasta county, as well as much of the northstate, has skyrocketed in the past decade.
Coding has gone viral, thanks to a Code.org video featuring Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates talking about how important it is for young people to learn computer programming skills.
For more information on the Empire Recovery Center, or if you'd like to donate clothes, food or money, visit empirerecovery.org.
If you have any tips for the Red Bluff Police Dept. regarding the Marysa Nichols case, please dial the following numbers.
1-888-373-7888 is the number for the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline.
Monday was the peak of the warming trend with highs in the 90’s but as a storm to our north inches closer to the Northstate we will see a big drop in our temperatures on Tuesday.
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