A discussion on Bear Valley Ski Resort and Valley, which has been on the market since 2013. More on a grassroots effort to fund breast cancer research position at UC Davis Cancer Center.Karen Knotts shares stories and local bands for Sound Advice.
CapRadio's Katie Orr explains a new bill that would let you control the information your car collects. Author John O’Sullivan offers advice for raising happy child athletes. And, Sacramento’s third annual Food Film Festival is back.
The Political Junkie Ken Rudin returns. Sacramento Bee's Tim Swanson talks about the new weekly section “Feast." Plus, a discussion with the director of "Wrong For Each Other" and CapRadio's Gary Vercelli will talk with Terri Lyne Carrington.
Valley Fever is the focus of a new KVIE documentary. Host Jason Schoultz talks about how the drought could affect the number of cases. Donna Apidone explores John Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath." We speak with actors from the play "Immigrants."
A journalist explains local Russian reaction to Crimea. A discussion about Sierra College’s first Indigenous Peoples Day. Author Peter Kageyama explains how loving your city fosters civic engagement. Plus, Rio Americano High School jazz musicians.
Dr. Lubow Jowa from the Heritage Club explains how local Ukrainians are reacting to the referendum vote in Crimea. A discussion with artist and explorer Bill Fox. And, for St. Patrick’s Day, the traditional Celtic music of Stepping Stone.
On Today's Insight, we speak with students competing in the California ProStart Cup, Poet Jan Haag and the Magnolia Sisters, a band that plays cajun and blues music. SF Chronicle's Carla Marinucci has more on the GOP convention for Capitol Chat.
UC Davis scientists are sending microbe samples from the Sacramento Valley to the International Space Station. Wine Expert Rick Kushman questions whether glassware makes a difference. Plus, singer Damon Wyckoff joins Insight.
The Political Junkie is back from vacation with his perspective on the latest national headlines. In News Network, Gus Thomson talks about the recently found gold coins. Plus, the premier of Turlock: the documentary and artist Melissa Pagluica.
A former Soviet engineer adds his perspective on Crimea. Also, will there be a coffee college degree at UC Davis? Plus, Dr. Rebecca Kluchin, who writes about women's reproductive rights and the return of Sac State's Latin Jazz Ensemble.
On today's Insight, Capitol Chat, Special Olympian Donald Schendel, and local artists Tom and Sally Meyers. Plus, actor James Marsters, known as "Spike" on TV's Buffy the Vampire Slayer, as he preps for Sacramento's Wizard World Comic Con.
On Insight, we'll discuss the crisis in Syria and local efforts to try and help refugees. We'll look at city rules through the lens of two popular trends -- food trucks and tap rooms. Plus, Ken Teeters brings us today's Sound Advice.
A Reno dad talks about his experience with the Nevada Health Exchange. A conversation with Autism researcher Dr. Randi Hagerman. Marcos Breton speaks about the latest projects in Sacramento. And Jeff Hudson has more on local Shakespeare productions.
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.