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Republicans don’t often win statewide races in California these days. But their best shot this year could be the campaign for state Controller.
A new Field Poll suggests two of California’s statewide ballot measures are in position to pass – despite only polling slightly above majority support.
A report from the consumer advocacy group CalPIRG shows big-money donors to Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown and Republican challenger Neel Kashkari far out-number people giving fewer than than $200.
The California Department of Water Resources has released its plan for how to manage water for the next 40 years. It will require investing billions of dollars over the next decade.
Overall water use decreased again in September compared to last year in the Sacramento region. Water providers are also pumping less groundwater, despite a heavier reliance on it in the drought.
A judge has granted final approval of the City of Stockton's two-billion-dollar bankruptcy recovery plan.
Sacramento’s independent pro wrestling scene attracts a diverse cast of characters and devoted fans. Learn about life on the other side of the ropes in CapRadio's video profile "Ourselves, But Louder."
California ranks high in hospital safety, according to national survey.
While Halloween revelers may have to watch for rain Friday, there are plenty of other indoor events and activities planned in Sacramento for the weekend. Take a look at our list and map of places to go and see through the Halloween weekend.
Opponents of two medical-related ballot measures have have spent more than $55 million.
'Frozen' Characters Holding Strong For Costume Of The Year
Audie Cornish checks in with Richard Parrott of the New York City costume chain Ricky's. He tells us whether his predictions on this year's most popular costumes were correct.
Payments Start For N.C. Eugenics Victims, But Many Won't Qualify
North Carolina forcibly sterilized thousands of people between 1929 and 1976. The state has begun compensating victims, but some who were sterilized may never receive restitution from the fund.
U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power Sees Signs Of Hope In West Africa
After a four-day visit to Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, she reports progress — along with the need for continued support.
Former Band Member Convicted Of Manslaughter In Hazing Death
A former member of Florida A&M University's marching band was convicted of manslaughter on Friday. Prosecutors said Dante Martin helped organize the hazing that took Robert Champion's life.
Virgin Galactic 'Spaceship Two' Crashes In Calif.
The Virgin Galactic Spaceship Two was undergoing a test flight when it crashed in the California Desert. The spaceship is designed to take tourists to space.
Maine Judge Rejects Nurse's Quarantine Order
A judge in Maine has denied the state's request to keep nurse Kaci Hickox in quarantine. Hickox returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa just over a week ago. Maine's governor sought to keep her confined to her home.
College Football Might Not Look That Much Different Without BCS
The much-despised Bowl Championship Series is gone and in its place is the playoff fans have wanted for years. So that's the end of the controversy, right? Stefan Fatsis talks to Audie Cornish.
In New Hampshire, Two Different Tales Of Scott Brown's State Jump
The very close U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire could come down to where Republican challenger Scott Brown is from.
Albuquerque Police Reach Settlement To Address Excessive Force
Albuquerque Police have reached a settlement agreement with the Justice Department over use-of-force policies. The police have agreed to take steps to address issues that led to, what the Justice Department claims, is a pattern of unconstitutional uses of force.
Protests May Await Redskins When They Land In Minn. For Vikings Game
The owners of Washington, D.C.'s NFL franchise are facing what could be the largest protest yet against their team's name. The team plays the Vikings on Sunday in Minnesota — a state with more than 100,000 people who claim Native American ancestry.
Obama Tries To Rally Women Voters As Midterms Near
President Obama makes the case for economic policies that would benefit women amid hopes that women will turn out for Democrats on Election Day.
A Field Of Medicine That Wants To Know Where You Live
Where do you live? Health specialists think that simple question could make a difference in how doctors prevent and treat diseases for individuals. That's expanding its storied role in public health.
1 Dead After Commercial Spaceship Crashes During Test Flight
The Virgin Galactic Spaceship Two was undergoing a test flight when it crashed in the California desert. The spaceship is designed to take tourists to space.
The new chair of California’s Fair Political Practices Commission Jodi Remke is on Insight. We listen to the 2014 Proposition Song. Tahoe crayfish are coming back to Sacramento store shelves. And Nick Brunner has live recordings for Sound Advice.
Just how truthful are election ads you see on TV? We talk with members of Sac State’s AdWatch team. An adaptation of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina opens this week at Capital Stage. Gina Spadafori has Halloween safety tips for your pets.
John Steinbeck’s classic novel of poverty and migration marks its 75th anniversary this year. The Sacramento Theater Company is staging a theatrical version of this famous American saga, including new music by Misner and Smith.
A dream became reality Sunday when 1,000 symphony musicians, ages 4 to 80-plus, came together for a performance at Sacramento's Memorial Auditorium. It was the largest-ever gathering of symphony musicians to perform in California.