This week's News Network looks at the media frenzy surrounding the state of the Kings. Business opportunities for disabled veterans. Retirement and how to redefine aging in positive terms. A student project pieces together Sacramento's heritage.
UC Davis professors discuss the latest developments in Syria. New legislation to protect from flooding in the Natomas Basin. A play based on the excommunication of Spinoza from the Jewish community. The Great Gatsby brought to life through ballet.
Analysis and reaction to Gov. Brown's 2013-2014 budget; The latest in Sacramento's on-going basketball saga; Raising awareness to fight modern slavery; Inspirational figure gives key-note address; Eclectic band performs live in our studio
Gov. Brown's budget plan for this fiscal year. "Zoom," an acrobatic performance by the National Danish Performance team. Violinist Rachel Barton Pine's musical influences, plus a live performance. Ben Adler recaps the governor's announcement.
California’s Insurance Commissioner calls for new regulatory authority. Cancers caused by HPV are on the rise. A new film showing at the Wild and Scenic Music Festival in Nevada City. Kushman by the Bottle features the big wine trends in 2013.
The top news stories of the Sacramento region. Climate change, the spotlight of this year's Wild & Scenic Film Festival. CapRadio Reads kicks off with Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan. The thriving indie music scene in Sacramento.
The new legislative session and their "to do" list. Jack Ohman sketches Governor Jerry Brown. The genesis of ideas to art. Detropia, a featured film in the San Joaquin International Film Festival. The acoustic rock music of Christian DeWild.
We take a closer look at new laws taking effect this month. Jack Ohman, Sacramento Bee's new editorial cartoonist. "Saturate Yolo," an art exhibit showcasing images created by the iPhone. Bands to follow in 2013, per Blue Dog Jam host Nick Brunner.
We've averted a fall off the fiscal cliff, but what now? Changes in California's 2013 healthcare picture. Elaine Corn has five thoughts to share on eating better this year. The stage is set for an impressive and diverse year for the arts.
Best of 2012: Laura Ling's candid description of her captivity in North Korea; Exploration of the eye; Wise words from Olympian Billy Mills; The world of young, blind pianist Chris Nakamura; Local musicians Sherman Baker and Autumn Sky in duet.