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To celebrate their 30th anniversary, Steve and Betsy Metzger set off to visit 30 states in 30 days—and find the nation’s soul along the way.
By Steve Metzger
This article was published on 09.27.12
Some of the folks Prop. 35 would protect speak out against it.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
Longtime NPR political reporter Don Gonyea talks about the presidential election during his Chico visit.
By Jaime O'Neill
Oroville cogeneration plant set to cease operations.
By Tom Gascoyne
Lung cancer deaths at Chico State raise concerns.
By Ken Smith
Chico Police and Fish and Game cooperate in an effort to capture and release a bear that wandered into a residential neighborhood.
Californians have less than a month to register to vote in the general election.
Longtime downtown Chico restaurant Caffé Malvina closing its doors.
While taxpayers spend more and more on prisons, funding for higher education drops.
Chico gardeners harvest veggies from Endangered Species Faireveggie giveaway plants.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Business groups have labeled climate-change law a “job killer.”
Feds grant approval to Merced-to-Fresno leg of bullet-train track.
FDA urged to establish guidelines for carcinogenic arsenic in store-bought rice.
Californians show up at Walmarts to protest its decision to carry Bt sweet corn, which is genetically engineered to produce an insecticide as it grows.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Recipes for homemade eco-friendly cleaning products.
New Institute of Medicine study highlights billions of dollars wasted in delivery of U.S. health-care services.
By Evan Tuchinsky
A few foods you might not think of as heart-healthy.
California’s obesity rate set to double by 2030, study finds.
Vaccination loses potency soon after final shot.
Nominations for 2012 Physician Legacy Award currently accepted.
Now that Gov. Jerry Brown has signed SB 1219 the city can write a bag resolution that makes good sense.
Proposition 31 is a behemoth among ballot initiatives but also a set of modest reforms that would make government work better.
The council candidate doesn’t like President Obama, and says his beliefs shape his goals for Chico.
By Toby Schindelbeck
Chico hip-hop emcee Nate “Big Slim” Joyner makes 101 songs in 101 weeks.
By Mazi Noble
Anything that needs caging isn’t for me.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Robert Speer
Working through pain with art.
RIP Janice Porter.
By Jason Cassidy
Two new tributes to the Duke of big bands.
By Miles Jordan
By Mark Lore
Dutch blues invasion.
It was the shortest selection on the program, but Rhapsody in Blue had people on their feet hooting and clapping when it was over.
Adding Mediterranean flavor to Chico.
Paul Thomas Anderson paints evocative portrait of two contrasting men in post-WWII America.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Craig Blamer
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