Assemblyman Dan Logue today announced he will run for Congress in 2014.
Logue, R-Loma Rica, who will be termed out of his state seat, will likely challenge Rep. John Garamendi, D-Walnut Grove, in District 3.
The official announcement was scheduled for 11 a.m. today at the Solano County Government Center fountain plaza.
An earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 5.7 on the Richter Scale shook the Mid-Valley on Thursday might.
The quake, reportedly centered outside Greenville in Plumas County, was felt at 8:47 p.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
An estimated 2.2 aftershock was reported at 8:55 p.m., followed by a 2.1 at 9:01 p.m. and
A 2-year boy drowned in a canal near Bayliss Monday evening after wandering away.
Glenn County sheriff’s Lt. Sean Arln reports the toddler, identified as Jonathan Perez, was reported missing about 8:25 p.m. in the Bayliss area.
The little boy’s mother, Bambi Ramirez, reported Jonathan was missing from her home on Coun
The death of a Willows man found last month in Stony Creek has been ruled a homicide, Glenn County Sheriff Larry Jones said Friday morning.
The exact cause of 37-year-old Michael Castillo Perea’s death will not be released until toxicology results have been completed, Jones said, but detectives immediately considered his death susp
Sutter County Supervisor James Gallagher today became the second candidate to announce he will run for the Third Assembly District.
Butte County farmer Ryan Schohr announced his candidacy on April 3.
“Our state government is a broken mess, dominated by out-of-touch politicians who left unchecked will steal our water, shut d
Glenn County sheriff’s deputies are scouring the Orland area looking for a man suspected of a possible home-invasion burglary.
Sheriff officials said a 911 call came in around 1 p.m. today from residents of a home near County Roads N and 12.
The homeowner reported he walked into the house and found a man inside. The intrude
Carrie Safford had finished her run and was back in her hotel when she heard news of the blasts that killed two people at the Boston Marathon this morning.
“I am still in shock over it, just thinking that an or so earlier my husband and I were at that location,” a tearful Safford, of Corning, said in a phone interview.
VATICAN CITY –Argentine Jorge Bergoglio has been elected pope, the first ever from the Americas and the first from outside Europe in more than a millennium. He chose the name Pope Francis.
After announcing ‘’Habemus Papum” — ‘’We have a pope!” — a cardinal standing on the balcony of S
Police are seeking a "person of interest" in the murder investigation of Marysa Nichols, the 14-year-old Red Bluff girl whose body was found in a creek on Thursday.
A video was taken by a Red Bluff High School video surveillance camera on the day Nichols disappeared while apparently walking home from school on Tuesday.
The body found by law enforcement at 11 a.m. Thursday has been confirmed to be that of the missing 14-year-old Red Bluff girl, Marysa Nichols.
Red Bluff police Chief Paul Nanfito said the case is being investigated as a homicide.
He did not say if police know a possible cause of death.
A California Highway Patrol officer was flown by medical helicopter to Mercy Medical Center in Redding after suffering major injuries in a vehicle collision around 6:40 p.m. Thursday.
Sgt. Jeff Ross said the 22-year officer out of the Red Bluff office was traveling south on Highway 99E near Eldrid Avenue in Dairyville, when he received a
Gov. Jerry Brown promised to protect the North State’s water, but made it equally clear there were critical needs throughout the state.
Brown’s comments came at the annual Ag Leadership Breakfast in Colusa this morning.
“I promise we will protect the water on that land, and our water from anyone else in this sta
The Sacramento Valley Mirror refers to Sutter High girls basketball team members in a completely inappropriate and inexcusable way, and then attacks its critics for objecting to it.
Then it has the gall to repeat a lie about Tri-County Newspapers on an entirely different matter.
I did not respond the first time. The Mirror story
Tuesday was like any other night in Glenn County – very few surprises to upset the routine of the typically routine nature of farming communities.
And that included the special state Senate election.
As expected, former senator turned Assemblyman Jim Nielsen is back being a senator, winning 66.7 percent of the vote in the n