Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Tuesday, June 14, 2016 Permalink

Insight: Stockton's 1989 Mass Shooting / Angelique Ashby Reflects / "Class Dismissed" Update / Comedian Johnny Taylor

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

In 2013 Roosevelt Webb was trying to become the first in his Stockton, California family to graduate from high school. He drove his silver mustang convertible through Stockton looking for parts to fix his brother’s car.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

    Segments

  • News Network: Stockton

    Stockton Record Columnist Michael Fitzgerald joins us for News Network. We'll also hear how Stockton residents are reacting to the mass shooting in Orlando. The city experienced its own mass shooting in 1989.

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    Angelique Ashby Pledges To Work With Mayor-Elect Darrell Steinberg

    Angelique Ashby joins Insight With Beth Ruyak to share her reflections on her mayoral campaign. Ashby lost in the mayoral race, but will remain as one of the city's council members.

  • Whatever Happened To Roosevelt Webb?

    CapRadio’s 2013 documentary Class Dismissed tells the stories of four Central Valley youth who were struggling to complete their high school educations. Roosevelt Webb was one of them. We wondered what his life is like now, three years later.

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    Johnny Taylor Returns To Sacramento To Record New Comedy Album

    Sacramento comedian Johnny Taylor joins Insight to talk about his comedy and what's changed since he released that first album to success.

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