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PolitiFact California

Dispelling Myths About Millennials And Homeownership

March 27, 2017 | Chris Nichols

PolitiFact California explores some common myths about millennials and homeownership. Are millennials simply not motivated to enter the market? And when they do, are they shunning the suburbs in favor of urban neighborhoods? 

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

Who’s Responsible For The Bee Die Off In Fresno County?

March 23, 2017

Bees are dying in the hundreds of thousands in Fresno County as farmworkers and state officials scramble to determine the cause. Capital Public Radio’s Julia Mitric is down in Fresno investigating possible causes.

Courtesy of Vanir Group of Companies, Inc.

Business

Business Journal: Vanir Tower, Chronic Tacos, Woodland Tech Park

March 17, 2017 | Steve Milne

Is Sacramento ready for another high-rise? Analysts say the downtown office market isn't yet a place where new construction is financially feasible. The Sacramento Business Journal's Sonya Sorich has the story and more business news.

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Immigration

Former Obama Attorney: Trump Administration's Ability To Restrict H1-B Visas Is Limited

March 10, 2017 | Ben Bradford

The Trump Administration announced a halt to expedited processing of the H1-B work visa, which California technology companies heavily rely on. But there might not be much that can be done to change the process, a former Obama attorney says.

Environment

UC Davis Students Take Part In Climate Science "Data Rescue"

February 2, 2017 | Amy Quinton

UC Davis students took part in a project to backup and protect scientific data related to climate change and the environment from federal websites.

State Government

California Lawmakers Consider Easing Self-Driving Permit Process

January 23, 2017 | Daniel Potter

After Uber had a spat with California regulators and took its self-driving cars to Arizona, California lawmakers are considering easing the process of receiving permits for those types of vehicles.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

A Tumultuous First Weekend For President Trump: An Analysis By Political Junkie Ken Rudin

January 23, 2017

It has been an up-and-down weekend for President Trump as he signed his first executive order, argued with the media over inauguration turnout and faced heat from ethics scholars seeking legal action over his foreign business interests.

Insight With Beth Ruyak

Sacramento Bacon Lovers Rejoice — Bacon Fest Brings Themed Dishes And Drinks For Sixth Year

January 23, 2017

Bacon Fest returns to Sacramento this week for its 6th time, promising a series of bacon-related dishes and parties. Brian Guido, Baconfest co-founder joins us to discuss this year’s festivities.

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Environment

San Joaquin Valley Reaping Economic Benefits Of Climate Policies

January 19, 2017 | Amy Quinton

A new study shows California's climate change policies are good for the San Joaquin Valley's economy.

Business

Business Journal: Kmart, Big Lots, El Dorado County Courthouse, Sauced BBQ & Spirits

January 6, 2017

Business Journal's Sonya Sorich talks about the current retail climate in the area following plans to convert a former Kmart into a Big Lots store with an indoor trampoline park.

Insight With Beth Ruyak

Palms Playhouse In Winters Reopens With New Owners

January 4, 2017

Long-time music venue Palms Playhouse was closed for most of 2016 after the previous owner retired. We meet the new owners and hear their plans for the future.

Environment

Volkswagen To Pay California $66 Million More For Emissions Cheating

December 20, 2016 | Amy Quinton

Volkswagen will pay California an additional $66 million to settle another lawsuit about cars it designed to flout emissions standards.

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