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CapRadio's Great Question! is where we invite you to be part of the reporting process. All we need from you is your curiosity about our region.

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CapRadio's Great Question! is where we invite you to be part of the reporting process. All we need from you is your curiosity.

Here's how it works: You ask the questions, vote on which ones to investigate, and CapRadio will work with you to find the answer.

How do ballot propositions get their names? Why does Roseville have so many car dealerships? Why are there so many standing ovations at Sacramento plays? No question is too big or too small.

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Your Questions About PG&E, Answered

January 18, 2019 | Randol White

After PG&E announced it was planning on filing for bankruptcy protection, we asked for your questions about the utility and its future. Here’s what we’ve found out so far.

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What Do The Sacramento Airport's Letters Mean Anyway?

December 21, 2018 | Sammy Caiola

A CapRadio listener asked why the letter code for Sacramento’s main airport is SMF. We found the answer.

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Great Question! How Did Sacramento Come to Have So Many Trees?

December 20, 2018

In the debut of CapRadio's new series "Great Question!," All Things Considered Anchor Randol White tracks down the answer to a listener's question about how Sacramento became the "City of Trees."

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How Did Sacramento Get So Many Trees?

December 20, 2018 | Randol White

They call Sacramento the "City of Trees," and its canopy rivals that of Paris and other international cities. But how did that come to be? Enter CapRadio’s new series, "Great Question!"