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Business

January 17, 2020

Steve Milne

Business Journal: Sacramento Job Growth; Area Mall Construction; Fieldwork Brewing Grows

Fieldwork Brewing Company is expanding its Midtown Sacramento location. The Sacramento Business Journal's Sonya Sorich has the story, plus more business news.

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky

Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 16, 2020

What Will A Senate Impeachment Trial Look Like?

The articles of impeachment have finally transited from the House to the Senate. And so, the impeachment of President Donald Trump can now begin. But what will that trial look like? How long will it last? Plus, the long past and present of the ERA.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 16, 2020

Fire Science And The Fires In Australia

Wildfires burning in large parts of Australia are expected to continue for months. Nearly thirty people have died, tens of millions of acres burned and one billion animals have perished. How can wildfire science inform future wildfire behavior?

Marco Borggrevve

Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 16, 2020

Sound Advice: Winter Classical Concert Preview

This winter season offers many opportunities for the classical music lover. From orchestral to choral music, Mahler to Schumann, new music and the “tried and true.” This edition of Sound Advice has a little bit of everything.

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California Could Create A Task Force To Solve Cases Of Missing And Murdered Native American Women

A bill in the California Legislature would create a task force to assist with the cases. It’s a rare instance of state and the Trump administration agreeing on an issue.

Courtesy of Ofra Harnoy

Classical

January 15, 2020

New Classical Tracks: Cellist Ofra Harnoy Reenergizes Her Career As She Gets 'Back To Bach'

This week on New Classical Tracks, cellist Ofra Harnoy discusses her debilitating shoulder injury and long journey to recovery, during which she not only reunited with her childhood sweetheart but ended up recording an entire album with him!

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 15, 2020

What To Expect In The 2020 Primary Election

What can we expect from the upcoming March primary? What will voter turnout be like? Who will be voting? And around the state, how will populations of color turnout and vote, particularly Latinos, Asian Americans and younger voters?

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

January 15, 2020

What Grand Juries Do & Some High Profile Local Cases

When we hear about grand juries, we might know they have something to do with court cases. But not all of us know what a grand jury is or what it does. We demystify the grand jury.

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Why Gun Violence Is Surging In Toronto

January 17, 2020

Last year, more than 760 people were shot. Canada has tighter gun laws than in the U.S., and officials and gun control advocates are trying to figure out why the surge is happening and how to stop it.

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Vitamin Treatment For Sepsis Fails In Large Trial

January 17, 2020

Hopes were high that a cocktail of vitamins and steroids could treat a deadly disease that kills some 270,000 Americans annually. Trial results were disappointing.

NPRCode Switch

How 'Namaste' Flew Away From Us

January 17, 2020

"Namaste" has a meaning among Hindi speakers. But in the U.S., the word has been wrangled out of its context and tossed around to mean whatever people want it to.