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Butte County to discuss payment plan for rebuilding fire survivors | Highway 70 closed due to rockslide | Glenn County aims to improve emergency response times

The latest North State and California news on our airwaves for Monday, March 11.

In today’s episode:

  • Supervisors to discuss payment plan for fire survivors rebuilding in Butte County — Erik Adams, NSPR
  • Highway 70 may remain blocked for two more weeks after rockslide — Ken Devol, NSPR
  • Newly consolidated emergency dispatch center in Glenn County aims to improve emergency response times — Ava Norgrove, NSPR
  • New study begins testing experimental treatments on patients with long COVID — CapRadio Staff


Nathan Blaze stands just outside the polling location at the Shasta County Elections Office in Redding, Calif. on March 5, 2024.
Alec Stutson
Shasta County voters had many races and measures to weigh during Super Tuesday. Which issues mattered most to them?

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Erik began his role as NSPR's Butte County government reporter in September of 2023 as part of UC Berkeley's California Local News Fellowship. He received his bachelor's degree in Journalism from Cal State LA earlier that year.
Sarah has worked at North State Public Radio since 2015 and is currently the station’s Director of Operations. She’s responsible for the sound of the station and works to create the richest public radio experience possible for NSPR listeners.
Ken came to NSPR through the back door as a volunteer, doing all the things that volunteers do. Almost nothing – nothing -- in his previous work experience suggests that he would ever be on public radio.
Angel Huracha has been a part of the journalism field since 2006 and has covered a range of topics. He is a graduate of Chico State with a Bachelor's degree in news-editorial and public relations with a minor in English.
Ava is NSPR’s Morning Edition anchor and reporter. They previously worked on NPR’s Weekend Edition and NPR’s Weekend All Things Considered broadcasts and produced weekly national news stories focused on contextualizing national issues for individual communities. They love NorCal and spending time outdoors.