Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Tuesday, October 27, 2015 Permalink

Insight: News Network: Sacramento / Do Red And Processed Meats Cause Cancer? / Portraits Of Women / Building The Golden Gate Bridge

Chris Harrison/Flickr

Only the cheese in these bacon-wrapped hot dogs would not require a warning label, if California adopts the World Health Organization's classifications for processed meat.

Chris Harrison/Flickr

 

    Segments

  • Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

    News Network: Johnson's Decision To Step Aside

    Mayor Kevin Johnson says his decision not to seek a third isn’t related to allegations of sexual misconduct or a legal battle over his use of private emails. Sacramento News & Review Co-Editor Nick Miller has his own thoughts on the mayor’s decision.

  • thebusybrain / Flickr

    Do Red And Processed Meats Cause Cancer?

    The World Health Organization announced on Monday that it has classified red meat and processed as "probably carcinogenic to humans." Joining Insight to talk about this finding is Andrew Klonecke, a doctor with Kaiser Permanente.

  • Bella Feldman / Kurt Fishback

    Photographer Creates Hundreds Of Portraits Of Women Artist

    Photographer Kurt Fishabck is seeking help for a project he started a year ago. He's taking photos of 30 women artists and would like to add 70 more to the collection.

  • Paul.h / Wikimedia

    Book Tells The Story Golden Gate Bridge Workers

    "Building the Golden Gate Bridge," by Harvey Schwartz, is the first book to use words of workers to tell how they built the iconic structure.

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