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Amid personal turbulence, local medi-pot advocate is the key to an indictment of the San Francisco Police Department.
By Howard Hardee
One often overlooked office—that of Butte County Assessor—might make for the biggest battle of the 2014 primaries.
By Ken Smith
New city ordinance targets hosts when minors are drinking.
By Robert Speer
The county clerk is cleared in the DA’s investigation into misuse of employee time.
By Tom Gascoyne
Hamilton City will receive $8.6 million for a flood-control project.
The number of Northern Californians enrolled in Obamacare jumped by 40 percent in January.
The vandalism charges against local homeless artist James Moody are dropped.
Women use social media at a higher rate than men.
This weekend’s (March 8 & 9) Local Nursery Crawl will offer crawlers a chance to see the many offerings at Chico’s nine independent nurseries.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation donates $3 million to Oceana, one of the world’s biggest ocean-advocacy nonprofits.
Western scientists and policymakers travel to Ethiopia for a meeting aimed at opening up Africa to genetically engineered crops.
California’s water woes are so acute that its agriculture industry may be forced to relocate to the Midwest and the South.
The fifth annual Spring Seed Swap promises to be the event announcing the pending arrival of spring.
Rather than be another excuse to sit inside, smartphones can enhance your appreciation and knowledge of nature.
Dr. Michael Fealk followed a winding road before joining a Chico practice.
By Evan Tuchinsky
FDA proposes updated food labeling.
Many Chico grocery stores are incompliant with the smoke-free entryway ordinance.
States may be using lethal injection drugs of questionable origins.
Experts wary of a report indicating a sharp decline in childhood obesity rates.
State and local leaders need to consider the long game when it comes to water.
President Obama must set an example for the world by rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline.
Longing for the days when differences of opinion were acceptable.
By Dean Carrier
The point of last week’s cover piece is that city-employee compensation levels are unsustainable.
By Melissa Daugherty
Local artist opens studio for art and classes of all mediums.
By Vic Cantu
What I won’t watch.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
A Chico screenwriter’s film—its American version—opens locally.
Chico State’s theater department has a lot of experimental fun telling stories of creation.
Thank you for the Neutral Milk Hotel, Coachella.
By Jason Cassidy
Understanding Misunderstanding Comics.
By Matthew Craggs
Back in Holt, Colo., with Kent Haruf.
Angel Olsen gets a band and ups the dynamics on her latest album.
By Mark Lore
Portland’s Ape Machine do it their way.
Popular CoCo Gluten-Free Baking Co. is getting ready to take the next step with its cottage-food operation.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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