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Employers, Workers Affected By Wildfires Deal With Pay And Leave Issues

California businesses forced to close during the wildfires may now be sorting out pay and leave issues with employees.

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Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones On Wildfire Response

California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones joins Insight to talk about issues confronting homeowners in the wake of wildfires.

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Dept. Of Housing And Community Development Director Ben Metcalf

The California Department of Housing And Community Development is on the front lines of the statewide affordability crisis. Director Ben Metcalf joins Insight to talk about what the state is doing to help renters and homeowners.

Dr. Bennet Omalu On Concussions In Sports

Dr. Bennet Omalu returns to Insight to share his new memoir on discovering the effects of concussions in athletes who compete in contact sports.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

October 17, 2017

Sacramento Mini French Film Festival

French Film Festival executive director Cecile Mouette Downs returns to preview recent films that will run at the Crest Theatre on Saturday.

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October 16, 2017

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Fire Damage And Property Taxes: What You Need To Know

Hundreds of California families lost homes in the recent wildfires. The state property tax system has safeguards in place.

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Thundercat: Tiny Desk Concert

October 18, 2017

Thundercat is willing and able to shape-shift to fit into just about any box you show him, but he won't stay in there for long.

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A Year Of Love And Struggle In A New High School

October 18, 2017

When this new boys-only, public school in Washington, D.C., opened its doors in August 2016 to a class of roughly 100 freshmen of color, NPR and Education Week were there. All. Year.