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Grand jury says no misconduct in Shasta supervisor investigation | Paradise to consider halting residential construction downtown| Old Humboldt Road reopens for bicycling, running, hiking

The latest North State and California news on our airwaves for Tuesday, May 14. 

In today’s episode:

  • Shasta County Grand Jury finds no wrongdoing in conflict of interest investigation — Alec Stutson, NSPR
  • Paradise councilors weigh moratorium on new residential construction permits downtown — Ava Norgrove, NSPR
  • Old Humboldt Road repaved for bicycling, hiking, running — Angel Huracha, NSPR
  • CPUC proposes rejecting AT&T's request to withdraw as state's Carrier of Last Resort — CapRadio Staff

Featured:

A registered nurse works on a computer while assisting a COVID-19 patient in Los Angeles.
Jae C. Hong
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To balance the budget, Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing eliminating an annual $300 million payment to public health, instituted after COVID. Advocates warn it could leave us more susceptible to another disease threat.

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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.
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.
Alec Stutson grew up in Colorado and graduated from the University of Missouri with degrees in Radio Journalism, 20th/21st Century Literature, and a minor in Film Studies. He is a huge podcast junkie, as well as a movie nerd and musician.