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Study Finds Republican Health Proposals Would Increase Premiums

A Covered California analysis finds some Republican health policies could dramatically increase premiums.

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Sacramento Theatre Company Presents The Saga Of The Donner Party ... As A Musical

The Sacramento Theatre Company is premiering a new show based on California history – a musical about the Donner Party’s famously ill-fated journey in 1846. The show is an impressive production about a long trip that culminated in tragedy.

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Capitol Chat: Millions Undisclosed In UC Audit, Single-Payer Bill Passes First Hurdle

Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler shares his report on the single-payer health care legislation and the state auditor's findings of undisclosed money from the University of California.

Stories On Stage Brings Local Author Robert Dorjath’s Short Story To Life With Actor Ethan Ireland

Local author Robert Dorjath brings his short story "A Parable of Fausto Bruzzesi" to Stories on Stage, based on a Chicago fire at a Catholic school that killed almost a hundred people. Actor Ethan Ireland performs Dorjath's reading.

Sound Advice: First Festival Returns To Sacramento For The Third Time

A festival celebrating Sacramento’s music, arts and comedy scene kicks off next weekend. First Festival organizer Danielle Vincent drops by Insight with a special Sound Advice profiling all the bands that will be performing.

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Sylvan Esso Just Wants You To Be Free

April 28, 2017

Sylvan Esso singer and lyricist Amelia Meath shares the stories, joy and dreams behind each track of the band's new album, What Now.

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Paula Hawkins Prepares To Dive 'Into The Water'

April 28, 2017

Author Paula Hawkins was down on her luck when her 2015 book The Girl on the Train became a smash hit. Now she's grappling with success and preparing to launch her followup, Into the Water.

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One Soldier's Lasting Memories Of Exposure To Sarin Gas

April 28, 2017

In 2004, Michael Yandell was a U.S. Army bomb tech during Operation Iraqi Freedom when he and his partner were exposed to sarin. Almost 13 years later, he talks about the experience with his wife.