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Butte County District Attorney says officer-involved shooting death of 19-year-old woman by Chico Police was justified.
By Ken Smith
Infamous Chico double murder back in the news.
By Robert Speer
Effort to legalize recreational use of marijuana gets underway.
By Tom Gascoyne
New nonprofit takes fresh approach to managing Chico’s cat population.
By Howard Hardee
Farmers’-market friends want the Saturday event to stay put at Second and Wall streets.
State water quality board agrees to monitor local marijuana grows.
Eleven additional employees get the ax in second round of layoffs.
How voters see the respective priorities of the major political parties.
Local duo at work on convincing the city of Chico to build a solar farm, as per SB 43, the Green Tariff Shared Renewables Program.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Asian researchers warn that decomposing Styrofoam in the world’s oceans is releasing potentially harmful chemicals.
Walleyes are increasingly displacing trout in formerly frigid Lake Superior.
One of the world’s largest nuclear reactors shut down after its pipes became clogged with tons of jellyfish.
What could possibly be more perfect in the hamster-litter-filled roundabout at Second and Flume streets than …
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Tips on whether or not to wash pre-packaged vegetables and fruits.
Husband and wife are two of Oroville Hospital’s newest doctors.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Five ways to keep fall sneezes at bay.
FDA’s food inspection program is a casualty of the federal-government shutdown.
Videos of state-prison guards pepper-spraying mentally ill inmates are shown in court.
A global study finds that drugs are getting cheaper and more pure.
Getting on board with Obamacare will be good for you and the country.
Decriminalizing pot will put an end to cultivation as a criminal enterprise.
Finding the lessons in the tragic hit-and-run-related deaths of two cyclists.
By Janine Rood
Congratulations to the Best of Chico winners, and condolences to the city workers who got pink-slipped.
By Melissa Daugherty
Coming out for Stonewall Alliance’s annual art show.
By Jason Cassidy
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Inspire School players go all out for Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy.
Congrats T-Dub! And rest in peace, Red Grandma.
Catch up with Mindy.
By Matthew Craggs
Ian McEwan’s latest is a sweet treat.
Better later than never for comprehensive Neo Boys reissue.
By Mark Lore
Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell pay homage to Gram Parsons, other dear departed for rousing Laxson performance.
Tapping into the earthy goodness of the humble beet.
By Alastair Bland
Alfonso Cuarón crafts an emotional and visually stunning space thriller.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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