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Study: California Gun Deaths Declined Between 2000 And 2015

April 24, 2018

(AP) — Gun deaths have fallen in California over a 16-year period ending in 2015, driven largely by a decline in gang violence and falling homicide rates among black and Hispanic male victims, a recent study of firearm violence has found.

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Mental Health Advocates Request Resources For Black Neighborhoods

April 24, 2018

Dr. Kristee Haggins is an African-centered psychologist and has ideas on how specialized mental health care could benefit black communities affected by violence.

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Sacramento Speaks Out On Creative Edge

April 24, 2018

A final town hall for an initiative to gather information and set priorities for Sacramento's arts and creative economy was held Monday night. We hear what will happen next.

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Young Actor Lights Up The Stage At Sacramento Theatre Company

April 24, 2018

Miller Traum is a 10-year-old actor making a name for himself at the Sacramento Theatre Company.

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Tiny Desk Contest Winner Announced; Davis Musician Lillian Frances Performs

April 24, 2018

There were more than 700 entries from California alone in this year's popular NPR music video contest. We'll hear music from the winner, Naia Izumi, and Davis-based entrant Lillian Frances.

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Food and Sustainability

E. Coli Cases In Alaskan Prison May Lead To Source Of Contaminated Lettuce

April 23, 2018 | Julia Mitric

Federal investigators are looking for the origin of an E. coli outbreak stemming from romaine lettuce that's sickened 53 people in 16 states. A food safety lawyer says cases at an Alaskan prison may help investigators track the pathogen's source.

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Environment

California Protects Tricolored Blackbird As A Threatened Species, Fewer Than 200,000 Remain

April 23, 2018 | Ezra David Romero

Male Tricolored Blackbirds have a red spot and a white bar on their wings. They mostly call California home, and the bird’s population has dropped by 55 percent since 2008.

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Health Care

Police Shooting Billboard Marks Shift In Public Health Conversation

April 23, 2018 | Sammy Caiola

The #RestInPower campaign is part of a broader effort to combat violence and give voice to communities that are often shut out. The nonprofit behind the movement says it's about health, not politics.

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Yuba County DA Retires With A Host Of Experiences

April 23, 2018 | Bob Moffitt

Yuba County District Attorney Patrick McGrath is retiring after 34 years in the position.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

Capitol Chat: California Governor's Race, National Guard Deployment, Renter Rally

April 23, 2018

Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler has news on the renter revolt, California's Governors race and the deployment of the California National Guard to the state's border with Mexico.

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Author Steve Almond On The 'Bad Stories' Americans Tell Themselves

April 23, 2018

Steve Almond’s new book “Bad Stories: What Just Happened To Our Country” looks at how the stories Americans have been telling themselves about their history misses the truth and leads them to delusion.

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