Gov. Brown released a new prison plan this week and it's split Democrats in the Senate and Assembly. We'll talk with Senate leader Darrell Steinberg and Assembly leader John Perez about it. Unique hike features art. Kent Teeters with new music.
As kids head back to school, a new curriculum is is being adopted. We'll learn more about Common Core standards. The new span of the Bay Bridge is open. Beth Ruyak is there. What can we learn from fire predicter models? Katie Orr travels to Amador.
Congressmen Garamendi and McClinktock talk about military action in Syria and what they're hearing. What should we know about Syria before military action is authorized? What makes riesling so versatile? Jack Gallagher and Tommy Dunbar team up.
Gov. Brown has announced plans for a new plan to buy prison space and he has some unlikely supporters. A local couple's lives were changed 50 years ago today. Local author releases new romantic suspense novel. Kids, dogs and bite prevention.
Rim Fire's affect on communities around it. Loomis firefighters battling the American Fire barely escape with their life. Reno reporter investigates Nevada's policy of busing mentally ill patients. New film studio in Sac. Band performs in our studio.
An update on the fire burning north of Yosemite National Park. Fires lead to bad air quality - we'll get an update on air quality and tips on how to stay safe. Annual counter-culture festival begins today. Cellist is performing at Harlow's Friday.
Ben Adler talks with Gov. Brown about his time in office. Leo McElroy and Dan Walters weigh in on Brown's tenure in office. Collin Altamirano of Yuba City heads to the U.S. Open. Plus, new music from Yacht and a day trip to Moaning Caverns.
Californians like the Affordable Care Act but they don't know much about it. Why? Nevada woman completes 450-mile journey to raise awareness of wild horse adoptions. There's a bumper crop of blueberries this year. Sac play on the New York stage.
Sac City Council votes tonight on revising the Economic Impact Analysis for large stores. Tim Daly with updates on Stockton's falling crime and foreclosure rates. Tiny town celebrates odd anniversary. Singer-songwriter performs in studio.
Annual summit bring major political forces to Lake Tahoe to work on its future. Former Sac Bee editor on the future of newspapers. The best wines from the California State Fair under one roof. 1940s big band revue returns to Harris Center in Folsom.
On Capitol Chat, a special legislative session on corrections and a protest for the prison strike. Egypt's state of emergency from the perspective of Sacramentans with family there. Is it worth investing in energy efficiency? Plus Sound Advice: Jazz.
With news of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner's refusal to resign, we find out what having a strong mayor really means. We get an update on the American Fire. Plus, wine cost versus value in Kushman by the Bottle, and Seattle folk-pop band Ivan & Alyosha.
The implications of a bill Governor Brown signed to allow transgender students to use facilities that best match their gender identity. News Network: Sac arena and Occupy UC Davis. A former state volunteer prison chaplain. Jazz soloist Chris Brubeck.
California could be facing a megadrought soon, but not all state water officials are prepared for one. An update on the fighting in Syria. Award-winning author Anthony Marra. Trombonist Natalie Cressman performs.
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.