CalPERS plans to put previously private information online and retirees are upset about it. How do different regional agencies work together on disasters? How summer heat affects the taste of wine. Sac vocalist perform at Second Saturday.
Property tax assessments may increase across California. What's the best way to dispose of medication without putting it into the water supply? Best-selling author reads in Sac. Sean Bianco remembers Slim Whitman
What's new at this year's fair. Looking ahead to major political races in California. Poet returns to Sacramento with new collection. "Miss Judo" plays local film festival. Eight-piece soul band performs live in our studios.
We'll get the latest information on fires burning in Nevada and California and the decision to postpone the opening of the Bay Bridge. CIR reporter investigates female sterilization in California. New Moon Guide for Sac. Band performs live in studio.
We'll hear more details on the plane crash in San Francisco this weekend. California and Nevada take different approaches to health-benefit exchange. Satirical novel about campaign spending in California politics. Take a trip out into a rice field.
We check in with forecasters, city officials and reporters about different way to beat the heat. Sacramento Bee columnist on human rights in America. Artist talks about her work "Politically Vulnerable." Kent Teeters features American composers.
What impacts will the federal student loan rate increase have on California consumers? News headlines and heat advisories for Woodland, Auburn and Sacramento. Legendary comedian performs at the Nevada County Fairgounds. Jazz duo performs in studio.
The pros and cons of California's initiative process in light of the recent SCOTUS decision on Prop. 8. New law goes into effect today. Sac State professor on legacy of anti-apartheid leader. James Raia on the state of cycling's big race.
Governor Brown signed California's budget into law and reacts to Prop. 8 decision. Daniel Sperling is awarded prize for his work in environmental sciences. Gina Spadafori with pet tips for hot weather and dealing with fireworks. Band performs live
We hear how decisions on DOMA and Prop. 8 will impact actual people in California. Three local teachers gain news skills for the classroom. ARC professor releases his first novel on Ad Lumen Press. Devin Yamanaka with some new jazz releases.
Untangling today's Supreme Court rulings. What's next for Prop. 8 defenders and a Davis couple who hope to marry soon. Sacramento doctor considers social and environmental factors in patient treatment. California State officials respond to rulings.
Supreme Court strikes down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act. Controversial stories from San Joaquin and Nevada counties. Munchins take over Music Circus for opening of summer series. Sacramento becomes the home of a new kind of art form.
Update on the Supreme Court's ruling on affirmative action and details on the case regarding voting rights. Should plastic bags be banned or recycled? Or both? New book on Californians' love affair with the sea. And James Rollins releases next novel.
What's next after judges order California to release prisoners? Blind scientist Hoby Wedler creates a chemistry camp for disabled youth. Chris Enss releases her new book on female pioneers in Yosemite National Park. Electronic music with Genre Peak.
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.