Whether on a daily commute or just passing through - by car or by bike - navigating Sacramento's roadways can be a frustrating and dangerous prospect. Then, local restaurants honor an American chef and respecting cultural difference in art.
Educators convene in Sacramento for science, tech, engineering and math teach-in. Reporters Ky Plakson and Tim Daly update us on stories from Tahoe and Stockton. Plus, new research into adult ADHD and a charitable Thanksgiving tradition turns 20.
Community Center Theatre is in need of renovations and the City of Sac is considering its options. Nevada non-profit helps young people cope with grief. Janet Evanovich brings latest Stephanie Plum novel to Sac and should you give pets as gifts?
Katie Orr joins us with the latest allegations flying around California's Capitol this week and we'll hear about plans for a new Friendship Park from Loaves & Fishes' Sister Libby. We'll also hear live performances from two different musical genres.
Numbers are up for enrollment into Covered California's health plan but there are still plenty of uninsured. Pauline Bartolone has the latest. Then, a new play at Sac State about Che Guevara and Jeff Hudson previews upcoming holiday concerts.
One of the strongest storms on record has devasted the Philippines, leading people to wonder whether climate change is having an impact on severe weather. Plus, Rick Kushman with food and wine pairings for Thanksgiving and "Shrek" takes the stage.
We'll talk with leaders in the Sacramento Filipino community about how you can help typhoon victims. Teatro Nagual performs play about female soldiers in both English and Spanish. Plus, this year's Sammies' winners and a local digital mag turns 2.
The role of women in the US military is increasing and so are services for veterans. Sac State One Book author visits campus. We'll hear stories from a Sloughhouse fish farmer and hibernating insects in Midtown could be worse this summer.
A republican assemblyman is joining the race for Governor of California. Ben Adler tells us who. Plus, the Sac Bee's Marcos Breton on gun violence, a new exhibit at the Helen Jones Gallery and Kent Teeters offers more Classical Sound Advice.
Congressman Ami Bera joins us in studio to talk about a proposed delay to an ACA-related tax on health insurers. Bringing a farm directly to Folsom is one student's kickstarter campaign. Mikuni's Chef Taro knows his rice. Leo McElroy opens new play.
Ben Adler updates us on pay-to-play allegations against Sen. Ron Calderon. Nobel Prize winner in physics is a graduate of Encina High School and award-winning duo Misner & Smith talk about their fourth album and play in studio.
On Insight we're exploring the cancelling of tens of thousands of private insurance plans for Californians. We’ll also recap the Kings opener, talk about Halloween costumes for pets and take in some haunting music for Sound Advice.
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.