We'll hear the latest on a deadly school shooting in Sparks, Nevada. How is Covered California and Silver State Health Insurance working for consumers. New book focuses on birds in Sierra Nevada. Life coaches take different approach to relationship.
We'll check in with a business in Groveland to see how the economy is doing now that the shutdown has ended. Sacramento program strengthens school-family relations. Charlie Bamforth makes a case for cheese and beer tastings. Guitarist plays in studio
It may be legal, but growing weed in the region is still a well-kept secret. Bob Moffitt explains. Symposium puts focus on healthy and sustainable food for all. What's next for Farm to Fork in Sac. Nick Brunner with new music from ALAK and Failure.
A group of California mayors are proposing changes that would make it easier to alter workers' pension benefits. Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler with the latest news from California lawmakers. South Korean violinist performs this weekend in Auburn.
Matt Laslo joins us from D.C. to update us on Congressional deal to reopen the government. Kim Nalder takes a look at structural issues in Congress that may have led to the shutdown. Davis writer releases new novel. Devin Yamanaka with new music.
Scott Lewis updates on the San Diego mayor case. The story of a local man who is also a breast cancer survivor. Nevada City musician performs her "Cumberland Suite." Grammy winning soprano Sylvia McNair performs Gershwin with the Sac Philharmonic.
Why a group of citizens is leading a new effort for a strong mayor in Sac. Nick Miller with news about Sac's efforts to stop people from feeding the homeless in parks. Seasonal veggies perfect for planting now. Latin singer performs at Sol Collective
UC Davis geologist on how the government shutdown is affecting two well-known research projects. Ben Adler updates us on new laws signed by Gov. Brown and he gets the latest on California's high-speed rail project. Students make award-winning video.
A look at the stack of bills on Governor Brown's desk in this week's Capitol Chat. A new book about segregated college football in the South in the 60's. Cycling Champion Chris Horner. Sound Advice features unreleased songs by the Beach Boys.
We'll analyze three suggested initiative reforms from the PPIC with Kim Alexander. New book helps people play the office politics game. New research on wine tasting has some intersting results. Nanci Zoppi stars in New Helvetia Theatre production.
Sergio Garcia talks about new legislation allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain professional licenses. UC Davis pathologist featured in new doc about NFL and concussions. Gus Thomson with news from Auburn. Ron Cunningham previews new season.
Is it possible to cover and consider the federal shutdown through non-partisan eyes? Amy Quinton travels California to learn more about how the Delta provides for the state. Steve Boillard talks trends in food. Book explores America's dietary ideas.
How the government shutdown is affecting an Auburn mother with cancer. What happens to people with permits for Yosemite or are already out in the back country? Katie Orr visits Pelican Bay Prison. Students from the Brubeck Institute travel to D.C.
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.