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March 21, 2018

Steve Milne

Davis To Regulate Hi-Tech Surveillance

The Davis City Council Tuesday night approved a new surveillance technology ordinance. It's intended to protect people from high-tech policing by regulating the city's acquisition and use of cameras and other equipment.

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'The Last Days Of Jerry Brown' By The California Sunday Magazine

The California Sunday Magazine contributing writer Andy Kroll reports on "The Last Days of Jerry Brown" and the governor's unfinished business.

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Sacramento Ballet Previews "Carmina Burana"

CapRadio arts reporter Jeff Hudson talks with choreographer Ron Cunningham and conductor Matilda Hofman about this weekend's performances of "Carmina Burana" by the Sacramento Ballet.

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Kushman By The Bottle: Vancouver International Wine Festival

Wine expert Rick Kushman reports on the latest trends at the Vancouver International Wine Festival.

March 20, 2018

Bob Moffitt

Sacramento Police Kill Unarmed Black Man In Grandparents' Backyard, Say Body Camera Video To Be Released This Week

Two Sacramento police officers shot Stephon Clark about 13 minutes after the department says it received a 911 call. A person who lives near Clark's grandparents in South Sacramento reported an individual was breaking car windows.

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Research Misconduct Allegations Shadow New CDC Director

March 21, 2018

Critics say the Trump administration failed to properly vet Dr. Robert Redfield. Sen. Patty Murray says a past research controversy suggests a "pattern of ethically and morally questionable behavior."

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NPR Survey: Still On Facebook, But Worried

March 21, 2018

NPR asked Americans what steps they take to protect their Facebook data. Most say they still use the site, but they're concerned about who can see their information — and how it can be used.