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Why California's Wildfires Have Burned So Much Area So Early This Season

California's wildfires have burned more than three times the acreage compared to this time last year. The intense start is thanks to the thick grasslands left behind after this year's heavy rainfall.

Jazz

July 21, 2017

CapRadio's Really Large Guide To Live Jazz Events

There's a lot going on in the way of live jazz events all the time in the Sacramento and surrounding regions, as our 21-page guide amply demonstrates. Check it out and enjoy some live jazz for yourself!

Courtesy UC Davis

Got Milk? Breastfeeding Crucial for Gut Health, UC Davis Research Shows

Breast milk doesn't just feed babies, it also feeds helpful bacteria in their intestines, new research from UC Davis finds.

July 21, 2017

Steve Milne

Unemployment Low For June In Sacramento Area; Statewide Rate Holds Steady

The Sacramento area unemployment rate in June was 4.8 percent. We haven't seen a June unemployment rate that low since June of 2006, when the jobless rate was 4.7 percent. But statewide, the June unemployment numbers aren't all good news.

Jazz

July 21, 2017

'Here Come The Girls'... Again

Drummer Stanton Moore — a founding member of the funk band Galactic — has a new release with "Here Come the Girls" on a tribute album to the late songwriting producer Allen Toussaint.

Wilton Rancheria Tribe

July 21, 2017

Steve Milne

Business Journal: Wilton Rancheria Casino, Western Health Advantage, Raley's Growlers

Plans for a casino in the south end of Elk Grove moved forward this week. But it's far from a done deal. The Sacramento Business Journal's Digital Editor Sonya Sorich has the story...plus news about Western Health Advantage expanding in the Bay Area.

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