Recently, the City of Oroville received $4,583,710 from the California State Department Parks and Recreation Office of Grants and Local Services (OGALS) Proposition 68: Statewide Park Development a
It's a scary time to be a public official.
A bunch of hocus pocus.
7.5 million Californians are drinking tap water containing cancer-causing chemicals and other toxins, according to a new report from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
There are dozens of local measures on cannabis to be decided by voters in California next month. Most of them would establish a new tax basis for marijuana businesses.
The City of Oroville is suing the California Department of Water Resources over a massive spill at the Oroville Dam that forced 188,000 people to flee their homes last year.
Tough times are ahead.
UPDATE: Mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted.
This wasn't your typical election.