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North State Public Radio Series Earn National Reporting Awards

North State Public Radio was recognized by the Public Media Journalists Association for excellence in reporting.

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The Camp Fire’s Forgotten Communities

In chronicling the stories of survivors, the Camp Fire Oral History Project has captured the challenges of recovery among the most rural populations.

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5 Questions with Alumna Sarah Bohannon

When Sarah Bohannon (Journalism, '13) began covering the Camp Fire for North State Public Radio, the already-accomplished news director was about to embark on a new project: the National Edward R. Murrow Award-winning program "After Paradise."

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NSPR Wins National Broadcast Award for Camp Fire Reporting

The NSPR news team has been recognized with a National Edward R. Murrow Award for “After Paradise.”

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Worth Sharing: NSPR Wins Regional Murrow Award

A listing of professional achievements by Chico State faculty, staff, and students.