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Why Use Newspapers in your Research?

Because the information in newspapers is gathered, evaluated, and published daily, newspaper articles can be more current than what you would find in a scholarly journal or book. They can provide information about an event as it happens, and be a primary source of information about historical and current events

You can also track the development of a subject over time, seeing how opinions have changed, or are influenced by subsequent events.

Newspapers also contain commentaries, editorials, or retrospective articles about events, they can serve as a secondary source and provide a wide range of opinions and initial analysis on national and international news. This can help with writing a persuasive/argumentative essay, helping you craft an argument, or understand the ideas behind an opinion. 

To get help with searching our Newspaper databases, contact us, or check out:

Newspaper Databases

Search a variety of newspapers at the same time in our Electronic Resources. Access is available for Norco College students, faculty, and staff using your RCCD ID #


Newspapers by Region

Don't see what you're looking for below? We have many more newspapers available in the databases to the left, or ask us for help. We'll be happy to help you find what you are looking for!


Local Newspapers

State Newspapers

National Newspapers

Special Interest Newspapers

Newspapers aimed at specific groups in and around California and the United States. For Newspapers published in other countries, see our World Collection of Newspapers in NewsBank.