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Stalled Bill To Help California Schools Fight Fake News To Be Revived

Three bills aimed at fighting fake news stalled at the Capitol this past year. State Sen. Bill Dodd says he'll revive his media literacy bill in January.

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Political Junkie: All Eyes On Alabama Senate Race

Political Junkie Ken Rudin previews the Alabama Senate race and recaps shakeups in Congress over harassment allegations.

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CAL FIRE Chief Pimlott Updates On Southern California Wildfires

CAL FIRE Chief Ken Pimlott joins us with an update as the fires continue to burn in Southern California.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

December 11, 2017

BBC Look-Ahead: What To Expect From Paris Climate Summit

In a new weekly segment, BBC World Service editor Rob Hugh-Jones joins Insight from London to discuss how Europeans view the United States position on climate change.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

December 11, 2017

The Gold Souls Shine With New Music

The Gold Souls stopped by CapRadio last week to record a live performance and share their new single "Nobody."

December 8, 2017

Southern California Wildfires Claim First Fatality

The Thomas Fire is only 10 percent contained as it spreads into Santa Barbara County, northwest of Los Angeles. There are six active wildfires, stretching south into San Diego and Riverside counties.

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