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Educators Brainstorm New Models For Teaching Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable Agriculture educators will pool their brain power this week at UC Santa Cruz to develop new models for teaching sustainable agriculture at the college and graduate school level.

Live From The Democratic Convention: Day Two

The Democratic National Convention continues in Philadelphia this week. State government reporter Ben Bradford is with the California Delegation – which is split between Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters – and he joins us live on Insight today.

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California Biologist Investigates If Tahoe Wolverine Same One From Eight Years Ago

California scientists spotted a wolverine in the Sierra Nevada. Thought to be extinct from that area, California Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist Chris Stermer talks about how this wolverine could be the same one from eight years ago.

KCRA Journalists Share Game Plan In Covering Rio Olympics

Athletes, coaches and their support staff are heading to Rio for the Summer Games that start August 5. KCRA Reporter Deirdre Fitzpatrick and Photographer Mike Domalog join Insight today to discuss plans in covering Northern California athletes.

'Arnold Knows Me: The Tommy Kono Story,' A Documentary Of Inspiring Hope In Other Weight-Lifters

Tommy Kono may not be a household name today, but the weight-lifting champion definitely left his mark on the world during his 85 years. With us today are former Sacramento newscasters Ryan Yamamoto and Suzanne Phan to talk about Kono's legacy.

With Leading California Dems in Philly, Meet Acting Gov...Torlakson?

Nearly every top California Democrat is in Philadelphia, so California's state schools chief is the acting governor. It's the first time ever the state has gone this far down the gubernatorial chain of succession.

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The Obamas And The White House's Slave Legacy

July 26, 2016

The Obamas have repeatedly used their platform to remind the public that the White House was built by slaves. Of course, not everyone is enthralled, or even convinced that this history is real.