Will a new sports and entertainment complex in downtown Sacramento help or hurt the area's other arts orgnizations? UC Davis stem cell researcher on new developments in cell cloning. Eight-year-old releases new app for kids looking for healthy habits
Listen to a live broadcast, plus analysis, of Gov. Brown's State of the State. Local Democrats and Republicans share their post-speech thoughts. NPR's weekly show "From the Top" features local musicians. Sound Advice with Nick Brunner's music picks.
The financial fallout of the Sacramento Kings' potential relocation to Seattle; The inventor of Travelocity.com explains how to turn on innovation; Pet diets and the dangers of animal obesity; Comedian Jack Gallagher discusses his new one-man show.
Local students who saw Obama's inauguration first-hand. The deal that's sending the Kings to Seattle. Will Lance Armstrong send you away from the sport you loved? The latest news from Davis. Mindflowers, bringing back 60s music with a modern twist.
Lance Armstrong's doping confession. How we can avoid this "particularly severe" flu season. A preview of the State of the State. Sacramento chef Adam Pechal debuts on ABC's "The Taste." Live music with Grammy-nominated folk musician John McCutcheon
Analysis of Wednesday's Nevada State of the State address. The photography of environmental photojournalist Garth Lenz. The Sacramento Theatre Co. partners with the SPCA for a unique musical comedy. Devin Yamanaka joins us with her jazz picks.
A closer look at the history of the Second Amendment. "The Fear Project," a book about the science and adventure behind fear. The effects of time and weather in William Ishmael's artwork. The "folky-rock" music of Jennifer O'Connor and Chris Brokaw.
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.