Ben Adler with the latest news from California's capitol. ARC professor's debut novel released in paperback just in time for SummerWords. Blues musician plays Sac Music Fest and Mindy Giles introduces us to some of the other featured artists playing.
We get an update on efforts to keep the Sacramento Kings in town and why a seven percent share could make a big difference. Author and teacher Virginia Eubanks is in town. How do people choose religion or not? Book teaches skills to young people.
Reaction from parishioners in Sacramento to announcement. Should CEQA be changed to make it easier to do business in California? Assistance for local underwater homeowners. Hip Hop from Ghana. Words Take Wings features Newbury Honor author.
The gun debate continues in California's Capitol with stricter laws proposed; A look at California's existing gun laws that aren't enforced; The limitations of gun control laws for reducing gun violence; How "50 Shades" is changing romance writing.
UC Davis researcher gives us the latest on Curiosity's on-going mission; The story of a homeless man who got a new lease on life when a doctor decided to befriend him; Paula McLain's new book explores Hemingway's first marriage; Kent Teeters joins us
Working with T-cell boosting vaccines to help prevent or control HIV; Reaction to local issues in the news, including the latest on Sacramento's Kings; Billy Novick and E. Faye Butler talk about their work; Sacramento band performs this weekend
Nevada's Legislature is meeting this week and immigration and the economy on lawmakers' minds; Non-profit offers therapy for those coping with the stress of long-term illness; Environmental issues in California; Air Force band plays Presidents' Day
Dan Walters on gun control in California and how pensions play into the state budget; How the cancer charity is doing in the wake of Lance Armstrong's cheating admission; Fund-raising for fragile X syndrome; Turlock celebrates quarterback's success.
UC Davis professor on latest conflict in Syria; Statewide survey measures Gov. Brown's popularity; New book from active-duty servicemember and yoga instructor; Jokes about growing up Indian-American; Classical host Cale Wiggins shares personal music
How new immigration reform proposals will change the status quo. HIspanic business leaders react to news of immigration reform. A look at Sondheim and Lapine's "Into the Woods" at Light Opera Theatre. The life and music of jazz great John Pizzarelli.