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‘Newsies’ Strikes The Right Notes In Music Circus Production

Theatre critic Jeff Hudson says the show’s David and Goliath plot is studded with impressive, athletic choreography.

Al Gibes / Capital Public Radio

July 13, 2018

Bob Moffitt

California State Fair Tries To Be Cooler — As In Beating The Heat

Event organizers say the scorching past couple summers has kept people away, even though there were 673,000 attendees at last year’s 17-day event.

Kennedy Wilson

Business

July 13, 2018

Steve Milne

Business Journal: Vanir Tower, Proposed Marijuana Café, New Downtown Housing

A marijuana dispensary owner in Sacramento wants to start offering on-site consumption, which would be a first. Scott Rodd from the Sacramento Business Journal has the story — plus news about Vanir Development's plan to drop a high-rise project.

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Capitol Chat: Politico's Jeremy White On Rent Control

Politico reporter Jeremy White joins Insight to to help us understand the controversial rent control ballot measure coming before California voters this November.

Local Nonprofit Struggles To Find A New Home

Cut Ups of Northern California has been making and repurposing clothing, toys and other items for needy people in Sacramento since 1981. They recently lost their work space, and now they desperately need to find a new home – for just $250 a month.

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'On Top Of The World': France Wins World Cup

July 15, 2018

France entered the tournament as a favorite, powered by stars like forwards Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann, while Croatia was seen as a longshot for victory.

NPRPolitics

The Next Big Democratic Primary Showdown

July 15, 2018

The future of the party is being tested in a Massachusetts congressional primary, in which a challenge to a veteran Democrat has echoes of the upset of a party leader last month in New York.