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Reny Cabral was insane when he attacked his girlfriend, but police did nothing about his mental illness and used a Taser and pepper spray to control him. Now he’s a quadriplegic facing criminal charges.
By Leslie Layton
This article was published on 12.13.07
Butte County has already said no go to one or two areas the city has been looking at for development.
By Robert Speer
Staley, supported by CUSD board, wants to leave a legacy without leaving.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Dueling reports on Nestlé’s huge water bottling plant proposed in McCloud.
Sheriff’s deputies seized more than 1,000 plants from two Chico homes.
Opponents of Chico’s disorderly events ordinance submitted their referendum petitions, but did they get sufficient signatures?
Everest is a climber’s personal summit for a reason.
Local business Greenfeet leaves its imprint on Chico and beyond.
By Jen Donnell
Brad Pitt’s putting his money where his mouth is to help rebuild New Orleans.
Scientists’ battle to save nearly extinct turtle species is indicative of China’s environmental plight.
Conservationists angry about a construction project in Dublin aren’t singing U2’s praises.
Five easy, creative tips to make your gift-wrapping green.
The Chico City Council should resist the temptation to pick the low-hanging fruit when it considers its own Finance Committee’s recommendations for cutting the city budget.
Attorney General Jerry Brown has come a long way from his days as “Governor Moonbeam.”
Citizens shouldn’t passively process news, so “critical literacy” should be an educational priority.
By Tim Rogers
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Don and Jackie Corrie missed last year, but their famously decorated house is alight this season.
By Tang Lor
Become a rich, well-endowed man with a simple click of the mouse.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
When is much input too much? When the end results don’t justify the means.
Strategy talk from the city’s pre-eminent point people for economic development.
Award-winning students take film showcase to a bigger venue.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Save your arts funding.
By Jason Cassidy
Has California surpassed Europe as the world hub of wining and dining?
By Alastair Bland
My love affair with The Mother Hips.
By Mark Lore
Author looks at the history (and future) of fascist dictatorships.
By Tom Blodget
Latest installment of Call of Duty outshines previous efforts.
By Dave Benatti
Bluesman sticks with his Chicago influences on double disc.
By Miles Jordan
The Supersuckers share the evil powers of rock ‘n’ roll.
Three bands meet at Monstros for some warm and fuzzy rock.
New Chinese restaurant breaks from the buffet tradition on 20th Street.
By C. Moore
An enchanting new franchise begins with The Golden Compass.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Film doesn’t carry on the nuances of Márquez’s novel.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Sometimes it takes a vampire, a puppet, a Pylean Deathwok demon and a group of lawyers to show us our humanity.
By Matthew Craggs
By Craig Blamer
Q&A: Sandra Flake, Chico State’s new provost, lets us in on how the faculty and students might evolve in years to come.
By Stephanie Maynard
Don’t stress out about finals.
Ride sharing; study abroad; environmental incentives; and a quiz for locals.
Before you head for the hills, check out Winter Guide ‘07.
Want solitude and dazzling views with your backcountry foray? Lassen is the place.
Change is in the air as ski resort operators and environmentalists join forces.
By Matt Coker
Top picks to get you up and down the mountain.
The trials and tribulations of a late-blooming skier.
By R.V. Scheide
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