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News Network: Daniel Duane On Yosemite’s Dying Glaciers

April 4, 2019

Daniel Duane discusses his investigation of the impact climate change is having on Yosemite National Park, which was published this week in The California Sunday Magazine.

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News Network: What Is Freedom? Depends On Who You Ask

February 5, 2019

Chris Colin’s latest feature in The California Sunday Magazine, “Freedom Is __________” tackles the unclear definition of America’s most treasured cultural value.

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News Network: Reporting From California’s New Police Transparency Law

January 29, 2019

A new state law dramatically increased access to police records in California last year. Reporters from CapRadio, KQED and the Bay Area News Group explain a collaborative effort to collect and analyze these records for the first time.

Andrew Nixon / CapRadio

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News Network: Sheriff Defends Himself and Department at Board of Supervisors Meeting, Gets Heckled By Crowd

December 5, 2018

CapRadio's Nick Miller and Bob Moffitt walk us through the conflict between the Sacramento County Inspector General, Sheriff and Board of Supervisors that came to a head at yesterday's Supervisors meeting.

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News Network: Navigating The Aftermath Of The Camp Fire In Butte County

November 27, 2018

Reporter Pauline Bartolone tells us about the Camp Fire survivors she met in Butte County and how they're coping with the aftermath of the devastating blaze.

John Locher / AP Photo

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News Network: Camp Fire Update

November 13, 2018

Chief Michael Mohler of Cal Fire, Marc Albert of North State Public Radio and Brandi Richard of FEMA will join us by phone to give the latest information about the Camp Fire.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

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News Network: Building Up Black Youth

July 24, 2018

Black community leaders are working with the city and county of Sacramento to inspire teens toward college and careers. It's part of a broader effort to build better futures for black youth in the wake of the Stephon Clark shooting.

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News Network: Rent Control In Sacramento

July 17, 2018

Will Sacramento residents get an opportunity to vote on rent control in the city? CapRadio Senior Editor for News Nick Miller explains where the issue stands now.

Cody Drabble / Capital Public Radio

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The End Of An Era

June 27, 2018

As McClatchy, the parent company of the Sacramento Bee, seeks to reinvent itself as a digital publishing company with an emphasis on augmented reality, Comstock’s contributor Allen Young asks what will happen if Sacramento loses its paper of record.

Cody Drabble / Capital Public Radio

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Housing Crisis Means Six-Figure Incomes Might Still Qualify For Home Buying Assistance

June 20, 2018 | Cody Drabble

CALMatters data journalist Matt Levin reports on one strange symptom of the housing crisis — families making six-figure incomes can still qualify for help from the state to buy their first home.

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