New survey of parents show satisfaction with local schools but a lack of awareness about new funding mechanisms. Keith Lowell Jensen records fourth CD. Gay Men's Chorus teams up with Harley White Jr. Orchestra and Cale Wiggins with new music.
A local Reverend remembers his meeting with Nelson Mandela and how it influenced his work today. Katie Orr updates us on the latest legislative news. Neal Conan on life after TOTN. Plus, author Toni Piccinini and musician John Weed live in studio.
Ken Rudin joins us once again to give California politics a national perspective. Then, the City of Davis was one of first to divest from South Africa due to apartheid. Plus, a train enthusiast releases a new book and a seven-year-old tackles opera.
Blind runner competes in annual Folsom-to-downtown-Sacramento marathon which takes place this Sunday. Sacramento Bee columnist on CIM's economic impact on region. Two fundraisers this weekend celebrate local arts.
A cold weather front is expected to move through the area in the next few days. Plans for a new facility to serve mentally ill is meeting resistance. Dan Morain on his new position at the Sac Bee and tips for gluten-free baking this holiday season.
Ken Rudin gives Californian politics a national perspective. Sac Business Journal reporter on how the local economy is faring during this holiday shopping season. And Dayton Duncan joins us to talk about his new book that tells the story of Yosemite.
Jeff Hudson joins us with the latest news from Davis including a somewhat-controversial subdivision. A permanent homeless shelter opens in Nevada County. Tech-minded people gather to compete in Sac and a community chorus performs holiday classics
Ken Rudin talks filibuster reform and puts California politics in context with the national scene. We follow up on a benefit for ranchers affected by the Rim Fire. Hank Shaw talks about his latest cookbook and a preview of Sac Ballet's holiday show.
Ben Adler updates us on the latest federal unemployment numbers following the government shutdown. How subsisdence could impact flooding in the Central Valley. Plus, a new anthology from 916 INK and macaroni and cheese gets a new own cookbook.
If the grey wolf is so rare why is the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service considering removing it from the endangered species' list? Who is the Fiddyment Family and how have they shaped Roseville? What to do with a bothersome number of corpse?
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.