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Jan 27, 2015
Jan 26, 2015
The use of electronic cigarettes is on the rise and one California lawmaker says it’s time to crackdown.
A four-legged varmints are setting up residency and causing serious damage to California vineyards.
California Governor Jerry Brown’s administration has abruptly retracted a Department of Motor Vehicles regulation that created tighter rules for ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber.
Light rail stations in Sacramento could be a lot cleaner and safer in the next several months.
A new shelter to house battered women and their children has opened up in Tracy.
The evening schedule for Capital Public Radio News is changing Feb. 2, moving some programs to earlier slots and adding a new offering from the BBC.
The Sacramento County Department of Health and Human Services is investigating a possible case of measles in Sacramento County.
More than a dozen boats have been destroyed in a fire that began around midnight at the marina in Walnut Grove.
A five-story hotel may be coming to Sacramento International Airport, as the county Board of Supervisors is expected to vote on the proposal Tuesday.
California public health data show the number of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children because of a personal belief has gone down this school year.
Critics Worry Nuclear Reactor Deal With India Has A Dark Side
The administration says the reactors are good for the climate, good for American industry and for strengthening ties with India. But some worry the deal also has a dark side.
Child Abuse And Neglect Laws Aren't Being Enforced, Report Finds
Almost 680,000 children in the United States were victims of abuse in 2013. And state and local governments aren't doing enough to report abuse and investigate it, an independent report finds.
Facebook, Instagram Suffer Outage
Facebook suffered a widespread outage lasting roughly 40 minutes on Tuesday affecting users in the United States, Asia, the United Kingdom and Australia.
New England Expected To Bear The Brunt Of Nor'easter
Forecasters had predicted the storm could bring 1 to 3 feet of snow and hurricane-force winds. But early Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service downgraded some of the numbers.
Obama's Arctic Refuge Drill Ban Won't Change Much, For Now
Oil industry representatives are criticizing the decision, but analysts say the shale revolution will buy the industry time to develop safe technology in the threatened environment.
Jeffrey Sterling, Former CIA Officer, Is Convicted Of Espionage
Jeffrey Sterling was fired from the CIA in 2002. His case has drawn wide attention in part because he was accused of giving secret information to James Risen of The New York Times.
Accused Bomber's Lawyers Say Boston Jury Pool Is Too Biased
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's attorneys are again asking that his trial, now in the jury selection phase, be moved. Lawyers say they have data showing that enough impartial jurors cannot be found in the city.
At Koch Summit, A Freewheeling Debate Among GOP Hopefuls
Do billionaires have too much influence in both major parties? Three top Republican presidential prospects — Sens. Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz — say no.
2015 Will Continue Streak Of Shrinking U.S. Budget Deficit
The federal budget deficit will fall in 2015, the sixth consecutive year of decreases relative to the overall economy, according to new figures by the Congressional Budget Office.
Just Plane Sad: A Show Of Support For SkyMall
News last week that SkyMall's parent company has filed for bankruptcy protection inspired an outpouring of odes to the kitschy in-flight catalog.
Tossing Out Food In The Trash? In Seattle, You'll Be Fined For That
Seattle is the first city in the nation to fine people for not properly sorting their garbage. The law took effect on Jan. 1 as a bid to keep food out of landfills and encourage composting instead.
Pediatricians Say Don't Lock Up Teenagers For Using Marijuana
Making pot legal for adults means teens will be more likely to use it too, say pediatricians. And while they're concerned about health effects, they say there are better ways to deter usage than jail.
'Quad Copter' Flew Into, Crashed On White House Grounds, Secret Service Says
The agency says the person who had been operating the device reported that it crashed after they lost control. The White House says the device posed no threat.
More about a special French Film screening on Wednesday at the Crest; the film is titled “Cartoonists” it’s been shown to honor the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
Sacramento Bee's Dan Morain talks about who’s eyeing Barbara Boxer’s seat. Capital Stage Founder Stephanie Gularte talks about moving to Florida. Theater critics Jeff Hudson and Marcus Crowder also joins Insight. Plus, Sound Advice with Cale Wiggins.
Folk singer John McCutcheon shares some of his music from his northern California tour.
With so many people jumping back on those treadmills and trying to keep those new years resolutions to shed pounds and get healthy - we thought we'd compile our favorite song to motivate motion and physical activity.