On Capitol Chat, what's left in the final weeks of the state legislative session. A 17-year-old swimmer just returned from the Deaflympics. Mystery writer Todd Borg on his newest Tahoe thriller. Sound Advice: Clay Nutting previews THIS music party.
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.
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.
We have details from the annual report on Lake Tahoe from the Tahoe Environmental Research Center in Incline Village; a visit to Locke, just 30 minutes south of Sacramento; a visit with comedian Lewis Black; and the sounds of Parie Wood. 9am & 8pm
Elephant rides are spurring protest at this year's Nevada County Fair. A state audit of Stockton. Tips on staying healthy while travelling abroad. "Jartender" Jason Poole explains the secret to preserving summer flavors and pickling most anything.
Cutting through the confusion of Congress' new student loan proposal; Researchers have found a link between climate change and violence; How to make your meetings more productive; Grass Valley bluegrass group "Paige Anderson and The Fearless Kin."
Julie Small joins us to talk about prisons. A bill moving through the legislature would change bathroom rules in public schools. Maestro Joel Revzen previews the Lake Tahoe SummerFest. We preview the play The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity.
Studies indicate continued economic recovery in the region. What does that really mean for residents? How to avoid bad olive oil by disregarding the labels. Instrumental neo-steampunk band releases new album. Cale Wiggins with some new music releases
Unique drug and alcohol intervention program in Sac County keeps families intact during treatment. McKinley Park Playground reopens tonight. What can you do to find your lost pet? Take a tour of the newly renovated California State Library.
New recommendations could make annual CT scans a reality for smokers and ex-smokers. CIR/CNN investigation into Medicaid fraud in California. How did this year's California State Fair do? Latest news in the Leila Fowler murder case and Sac arena plan
Sacramento-based Imam with family in Egypt offers opinion on possible US involvement there. New legislative push in California for a $2 tobacco tax. California farmers are seeking wokers again this year. Camp caters to kids with muscular dystrophy.
Sac Bee Columnist Dan Morain talks pensions. Sixteen-year-old cancer survivor lobbies Congress for better legislation for pediatric patients. The sights, sounds and tastes of Cuba come to Modesto for fundraiser. Children's band performs in studio.
Anthony Silva joins us to talk about recent controversy with the Stockton City Council. Reporter Katie Orr takes a look at the future of robocars. We'll hear music from some of the festival performers. Nick Brunner with new music from Chelsea Wolfe.
Results & analysis from two special elections yesterday. A look at Sacramento's Franklin Blvd. New book examines executions at Folsom Prison. Dan Cohen releases new novel starring his muse. Guitarist James Finch releases album.
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.