Insight: Water Rights During Drought / Gambatte & Japanese Internment / City Of Sacramento's Budget / Sound Advice
Hours of testimony Wednesday gave a dramatic picture of California’s Central Valley during drought. CapRadio's Amy Quinton has the details after an emotional hearing at the California Water Resources Board.
Photographer Paul Kitagaki, Jr. spent ten years gathering stories and photos of people interned in Japanese prison camps during World War II. Kitagaki joins Insight to talk about his exhibit, currently showing at the California Museum.
Sacramento City Manager John Shirey is working on the mid-year budget. He discusses the process on Insight.
This week's Sound Advice focuses on horns and some beautiful piano recordings.