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Oct 29, 2014
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.
Two long-time politicians are squaring off in the race to represent the sprawling Third Congressional District.
Governor Jerry Brown is continuing his barnstorming tour of California. He’s campaigning not for his own re-election on Tuesday but for two statewide ballot measures.
(AP) -- Stabbing, shootings reported amidst San Francisco Giants celebrations.
Lava Flow In Hawaii Spares Homes, But Threatens To Cut Off Community
The state has sent National Guard troops to the town of Pahoa to assist with a road block and security.
50 Great Teachers: A Celebration Of Great Teaching
Our new series will tell the stories of great teachers, and explore some big questions: What is great teaching? Can it be taught? How do good teachers become great ones?
Alleged Cop-Killer Due In Court After Arrest Ends Long Manhunt
Eric Frein, who investigators say fatally shot a police officer and wounded another, was arrested on Thursday after eluding authorities for 48 days.
Selfies With Bears Prompt Warning From Park Rangers
Selfies with bears are showing up on Instagram. Rangers in South Lake Tahoe have been sufficiently worried to issue a warning: Wild bears are unpredictable, and could attack. #bearselfie
For This Colorado Voter, Oil And Gas Debate Plays Out On His Property
Knocking on doors in Colorado, Steve Inskeep asks Antionio Covello about the election. The successful Denver business owner, a conservative, weighs mineral rights, foreign policy and division at home.
In Swing State Of Colorado, Voter Says She Has To Settle For Choice Of Evils
One of the contests that could decide control of the Senate is in Colorado. Steve Inskeep traveled there to knock on voters' doors. In this first part, we meet Ili Bennett, a woman hit hard by the Great Recession and hungry for big changes in the country.
Activists Against Voter Restrictions May Be Hindering Their Own Cause
Those fighting new voting laws are watching the polls closely for evidence that the legislation restricts the right to vote. But these same groups are pushing voter turnout, in some cases to vote the proponents out of office.
LA Schools' Technology Expansion Loses Its Biggest Advocate
With the resignation of Superintendent John Deasy, the future of the Los Angeles Unified School District's troubled iPad program is even more uncertain.
Virus Sleuths Chip Away At Ebola Mysteries
Big questions have bedeviled virus hunters for 38 years: Why do people differ in their response to Ebola? Is it becoming more or less dangerous? There's now more evidence about who gets sick and why.
Eric Frein, Suspected Of Killing Pennsylvania Trooper, In Custody
Police say Frein opened fire on two state troopers more than a month ago, and they've been searching for him since. The Pike County district attorney says he intends to seek the death penalty.
The Devastating History Of Midterm Elections
Over the past century, midterm elections have been pretty rough on the party that holds the White House.
The Billionaire Who Remade Retirement Living On A Massive Scale
Gary Morse developed a mega retirement community called The Villages. His Florida haven for retirees grew to become the largest master-planned community in the country. Morse died Wednesday at 77.
Maker Of 'Body Cams' Used By Police Reports Spike In Sales
What's interesting is the spike started well before the August shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
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.