Insight: Religion And Climate Change / New Arrivals: Ruben Vives / Pet Tales: Urban Goats / Keith Lowell Jensen and Johnny Taylor
Sacramento Bee's David Siders is back from covering Gov. Jerry Brown's trip to Rome. He talks about religion and its intersection with poverty and the environment.
Reporter Ruben Vives was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team with the Los Angeles Times. He helped uncover a corruption scandal in the city of Bell. What many didn't know was that he was living in the U.S. illegally.
The urban goat movement started in Seattle and has spread to cities across the country. But in many cities, including Sacramento, it’s still illegal to harbor a goat. For Pet Tales, we explore some the reasons people are opening their homes to goats.
Sacramento-based comedians Keith Lowell Jensen and Johnny Taylor are taking their love affair to a new level with a brand new monthly show in Midtown.