December 2, 2016
Best Of Insight: Intriguing People 2015
Dr. Bennet Omalu is the forensic pathologist who discovered a new disease named Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy or CTE. He is the central character in a the movie “Concussion” which opens Christmas Day and stars Will Smith.
It’s Sacramento in 1952 and you’re the first black family on your block. Come cry and laugh with the Rutlands in, “When We Were Colored,” a play by Ginger Rutland adapted from her mother Eva’s legendary memoir.
In 1969, Bill Jones made history when he became the first single man in California to adopt a child. His son, Aaron, was two years old at the time and the story went national.
Karen Bonnett-Natraj is an accountant for the City of West Sacramento. She's a triathlete and an ultra-runner and in 2015 attempted to finish four 100-mile races.