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October 16, 2018

PG&E Restoring Power As Wildfire Risks Ease

About 20,000 utility customers remained without electricity Tuesday in Northern California after Pacific Gas & Electric cut power over the weekend in a pre-emptive bid to prevent wildfires in high winds and dry weather.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

October 16, 2018

Sac State Examines #MeToo, California and the Year of the Woman

A panel discussion hosted by Sac State professors will explore the effects of the #MeToo Movement in California and how that might play out in midterm elections.

Bert Johnson / Capital Public Radio

Insight With Beth Ruyak

October 16, 2018

Lin Farley Reflects On Changes For Women In The Workforce Since Coining ‘Sexual Harassment’ In 1975

Journalist and feminist author Dr. Lin Farley is credited with coining ‘sexual harassment’ to describe the discriminatory treatment of women in the workforce. She will give two free public lectures at UC Davis in Davis and Sacramento on Wednesday.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

October 15, 2018

Bob Moffitt

Sheriff Scott Jones Can Keep Obstructing Investigations Into Shootings, County Counsel Says

In a letter to the Board of Supervisors on Monday, the county counsel said Jones can continue to block the county inspector general’s investigations of his department.

Ben Margot / AP file

October 15, 2018

Ezra David Romero

Schools Close As PG&E Shuts Off Power In Sierra Foothills Due To Fire Conditions. Residents Concerned About Additional Outages

Strong winds, low humidity and dry vegetation caused PG&E to turn off power to customers in the Sierra Nevada foothills on Sunday night.

Rich Pedroncelli / AP Photo

Dialysis Industry Raises $99 Million To Defeat California’s Prop 8

Have you seen, heard or read a Prop 8 ad? They’re hard to miss. The proposition dealing with kidney dialysis centers is the most expensive one on the November ballot. So who’s spending the money and why?

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

October 15, 2018

Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra Celebrates 'Jubilate!'

“Jubilate!” is the SCSO’s 10th CD and it features music recorded at the May 2018 concert.

Insight With Beth Ruyak

October 15, 2018

‘The Ito Sisters’ Premieres On KVIE

New documentary film traces the history of three Japanese-American sisters born on a farm in the Sacramento Delta in the early 1900s.

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