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How media’s dependence on Facebook may spell their doom.
By Daniel Walters
This article was published on 03.01.18
Tyler Rushing’s family’s claim for damages was rejected by the city last week, and Desmond Phillips family is suing the city of Chico.
By Ashiah Scharaga
State laws limiting cooperation with immigration officials put local safety in jeopardy, he says.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Laura’s Law allows for involuntary commitment, but many counties, including Butte, have yet to sign on.
By Evan Tuchinsky
The Greater Chico Homeless Task Force is concerned about safety and sanitation downtown.
Assembly Bill 1270, co-authored by Assemblyman James Gallagher and Sen. Jim Nielsen, requires routine safety inspections of the state’s dams.
Larry Wahl wants a third term, and Randall Stone is seeking a county position.
A majority of Americans consider ‘fake news’ a serious threat to democracy, but their definitions vary.
Chico will be adding electric car chargers downtown, and possibly a Tesla supercharger station.
The author knew he had trouble sleeping, but didn’t realize the imminent danger it presented to his whole-body health.
By Ken Smith
Study indicates small doses of alcohol correlate with longevity.
We’re going to continue to focus on the stories that inform readers and better the community.
To all the freaks and misfits out there: We salute you.
Wayne LaPierre is the ghoulish guest who shows up after each of America’s mass shootings.
By Jaime O’Neill
As the mom of a disabled kid, I say the city should allow vehicle access to the far reaches of Upper Park.
By Melissa Daugherty
The Chico Bonsai Society shares its love of ancient Japanese horticulture.
Chico belly dance duo sets up a studio downtown; local shops on theft alert; open mic gets the boot; and eat a sub for kids.
Radiolab’s Jad Abumrad digs deep for creativity.
By Robin Bacior
Art, TV, theater and a severed head.
By Jason Cassidy
New EP from Chico’s Max Minardi.
George Cotsirilos sticks mostly to the blues.
By Miles Jordan
More strange sounds from the Hexadic music-composition system.
By Ryan J. Prado
Electro-acoustic introspection with Portland’s Cars & Trains.
By Mark Lore
Owners of The Chico Taproom support communal aspects of craft beer.
By Howard Hardee
Into the scary world of Annihilation.
By Bob Grimm
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