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Scientists explain why our memories are so inaccurate.
This article was published on 08.27.15
Student concerns about pedestrian safety in the south-campus neighborhood have lead to a comprehensive traffic study in the area.
By Ken Smith
Supervisors told county failed to notify Bell-Muir residents whose properties lie within an area rezoned in 2012.
By Robert Speer
Chico's new community-based policing model includes stronger ties with park rangers.
By Howard Hardee
Chico Heat appoint local coach as manager, collegiate baseball league takes shape.
Chico Triathlon Club wins top individual and team awards at Granite Bay Triathlon.
Chico Creek Nature Center agrees to loan repayment plan with city of Chico.
The city is almost done installing 450 “smart” parking meters in downtown Chico.
Renowned scientists say revolutionary shifts are necessary to feed people into the future.
By Brian Bienkowski
Better detection alone doesn't explain soaring autism rates.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Democratic lawmakers in California push package of smoking-related measures.
UK study concludes vaping is far less dangerous than traditional cigarettes.
Second recent visitor to Yosemite National Park contracts case of human plague.
Chico Police Chief Mike O'Brien has accomplished much in his first three months at the helm.
Portables pose health risks, so parents must advocate for a safe classroom environment.
Chico State's Paul Zingg is calling it a day, effective the end of the school year.
By Melissa Daugherty
Anita Jacobson is doing what she loves with her new business, California Mini Pigs.
By Catherine Beeghly
Two lovely ladies share the inspiration behind the Body Emporium.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Comedian W. Kamau Bell’s edgy comedy crafted to incite discussion.
Chico Masters exhibit showcases three extraordinary local painters.
Is too much beer too much?
By Jason Cassidy
Sam Adams cosplayer writes a book.
The twisted beginnings of Ohio's legendary Pere Ubu.
By Mark Lore
Terell Stafford celebrates late trumpeter Lee Morgan.
By Miles Jordan
El Rey is grand option for a Sunday-morning meal.
By Carey Wilson
American Ultra a mash-up of movie-genre extremes.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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