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Business Journal: Nikola, Rusty Duck, Barnes & Noble

December 9, 2016

Salt Lake City-based Nikola Motor Company wants to create a new factory for building electric semi-trucks. The company is looking at several sites, including Sacramento. The Sacramento Business Journal's Sonya Sorich tells us more.

Insight With Beth Ruyak

Sacramento Bee Reporter Jeremy White Ends Three Years Of Political Reporting

December 9, 2016

Jeremy White will finish his third year of political reporting for the Sacramento Bee for a foreign correspondent position in Cambodia. He talks about some of his favorite moments and the start of the new legislative session.

Insight With Beth Ruyak

Makerfest Returns To World Of Wonders Museum

December 9, 2016

A special event at the World of Wonders Science Museum Saturday tests children’s creativity and design skills. Nick Gray is the Education Director at the museum and explains Makerfest.

Lezlie Sterling / Sacramento Bee

Insight With Beth Ruyak

James Rollins Releases 12th Book 'The Seventh Plague' In Sigma Force Series

December 9, 2016

Bestselling author James Rollins releases the latest installment of his Sigma Force series titled "The Seventh Plague." He talks about the plot behind the new book and his book signing at the Barnes & Noble at Roseville.

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Vacation Rentals Add to Tahoe Workforce Housing Crunch

December 8, 2016

In and around Lake Tahoe, housing costs are going through the roof. Of course, that's the case for all of California but what makes the situation in Tahoe interesting, is that the people driving up the cost of local housing don't actually live there.

Paul Sakuma / File / AP

Tesla Jobs In Nevada Only One-Fifth Of Projected So Far

December 8, 2016

(AP) - The number of workers at Tesla's giant battery factory in northern Nevada has only reached about one-fifth the level the electric car company had projected would be in place by the end of this year.

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