Today, we'll have the governor's budget remarks and analysis from Steve Boilard, Roger Niello and Chris Hoene. Ben Adler will add perspective to the speech. And Ken Teeters shares new releases on Sound Advice.
Today, a specialist explains why this flu season is different. David Frisvold talks about the School Breakfast Program's role in the War on Poverty. Dan Walters discusses the governor's budget. And more on a weather conference in Taho
Political Junkie Ken Rudin has more on Gov. Jerry Brown's budget and Gov. Chris Christie's bridge scandal. We'll have the drought's impact on salmon and steelhead, plus a look back at our 2013 chat with Fruitvale Station director Ryan Coogler.
Sacramento Bee Columnist Marcos Brenton talks about legal battles surrounding the downtown arena project. An environmental film fest in Nevada City kicks off Thursday. Rick Kushman speaks on the joys of winter wine tasting and Andy Mckee performs.
Is Sacramento wasteful with its water and what does reduction mean? In News Network, drought evidence from Auburn and Woodland. Monte Wolverton and Robert Armstrong talk about their new exhibit. And a local PE teacher from "Whale Wars" is in studio.
The Political Junkie Ken Rudin previews the year ahead. A look at new laws taking effect in California this January. Audio excerpts from Donna Apidone's interviews with great authors. The journey of gray wolf OR-7 adapted for the stage.
Best of Insight 2013 continues with some of our favorite interviews: NPR Correspondent Kelly McEvers, aid worker and TED talk contributor Ernesto Sirolli, eight-year-old entrepreneur Nicolas Come, and opera host Sean Bianco's salute to Slim Whitman.
Best of Insight 2013 - Part 1: Some of our favorite interviews from the year include Eppie's Great Race founder Eppie Johnson, author Sasha Abramsky, spoken word artist Genesis Barrow, former poet laureate Bob Stanley, and pianist Chu-Fang Huang.
Ben Adler has the top stories of the year from the capitol on Capitol Chat. KVIE host Rob Stewart previews the latest "Rob on the Road" episode. And how about a great beer with your holiday meal? Charlie Bamforth brings some beer and food pairings.
The Tahoe Basin is embracing bear proof trash cans and plastic bag bans; Teresa Bergman's new book "Exhibiting Patriotism." A growing movement of philanthropists who deliver cookies on Christmas Day. The legendary Count Basie Orchestra.
Ken Rudin has his final Political Junkie chat for the year and his thoughts about Congress’ budget deal. Nevada City hosts a wild mushroom expo and Alicia Funk shares cooking tips and recipes from her book “Living Wild."
The survival and safe rescue of the Nevada family this week is a reminder about being smart in winter conditions. We’ll get advice from snow hiker Alex Wierbinski. And Ben Adler previews Calif. budget negotiations.
A memorial for Sacramento legend Buzz Oates and we’ll alk with his son Phil and his long-time friend Frank Ramos. Three Latino Arts organizations share a holiday celebration on K Street. Sound Advice: Alan Ray with five popular instrumental songs.
We’ll debrief what the Sacramento City Council did – and didn’t do – with some critical agenda items including a controversial psychiatric hospital project. Then we'll talk the gift of wine with Rick Kushman and music by 18-year-old Parie Wood.
Sacramento's city council is considering the proposed McKinley Village housing development in East Sacramento. Supporters say it would be smart urban infill. But opponents say it would put too many homes in the area.
Beth's week in Russia was supposed to be a vacation, but she couldn't keep from interviewing interesting people... like Dieter Ruehle, organist at the Sochi hockey venue. He even gave Beth and a CBC colleague a demonstration.