Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Tuesday, August 8, 2017 Permalink

Insight: Calaveras County's Cannabis Cash Problem / Yuba County Profits From Immigration Detention / Leonardo da Vinci Featured At The Aerospace Museum / Andy Warhol Comes To Sacramento Gallery

Warhol Painting / Courtesy
 

Warhol Painting / Courtesy

Calaveras County is under scrutiny over how they’re handling cannabis cash; a nine-month-long investigation into immigrant detention facilities from KQED.; the Aerospace Museum features works by Leonardo da Vinci; Andy Warhol comes to town.

    Segments

  •  Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

    News Network: Auditor Says Calaveras County May Have Misspent Cannabis Fees

    Chris Remington

    Capital Public Radio's Food And Sustainability Reporter Julia Mitric updates on how Calaveras County may have misspent some of the $3.7 million dollars collected from medical marijuana growers.

  • Lisa Pickoff-White / Courtesy

    Reporter Unveils How Yuba County Revenue Is Tied To Detaining Immigrants In Local Jails

    Chris Remington

    The story of immigrant detention through one man’s struggle with HIV, a county in economic dismay and a state at odds with the federal government. KQED Reporter Julie Small shares the groundbreaking investigation of revenue from detaining immigrants.

  • Leonardo da Vinci Machine / Courtesy

    Leonardo Da Vinci's "Machines In Motion" Exhibit Shows Innovation At The Aerospace Museum Of California

    Chris Remington

    A new exhibit at the Aerospace Museum of California brings some of Leonardo da Vinci’s sketches to life with 40 creations based on his visionary designs.

  • Warhol Painting / Courtesy

    Two Signed Andy Warhol Works Come To Sacramento's Kennedy Gallery

    Chris Remington

    Two of pop art icon Andy Warhol's paintings are on display at the Kennedy Gallery in Midtown Sacramento. Curator Michael Kennedy joins to discuss Warhol's impact on the art world.

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