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Substantial Snowpack In Manual Survey Shows California Moving From Drought To Deluge

California has gone from drought to deluge in the past year. Snow now blankets the Sierra for the April manual snow survey.

The 'Dangerous' Path Forward: A Conversation With CA Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye

We hear Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler's conversation with Chief Justice Tani-Cantil Sakauye on her call to ICE agents to stop making arrests at courthouses.

Five Years Later, Sac Food And Film Festival Upholds Farm-To-Fork Mission

The Sacramento Food and Film Festival is back for its fifth year. Organizer Amber Stott joins filmmaker Matt Weschler and farmer Anthony Davis to talk about what to expect.

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Gold Fever Tours Bring History Into The Present

The Sacramento History Museum leads tours of the city with guides who perform in character as historical residents. We hear from tour manager Shawn Turner and tour guide Ruby Sketchley.

Touring Bands To Expect In Sacramento

Concert promoter Scott Brill-Lehn hosts this week's Sound Advice to preview touring acts coming to Sacramento.

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Sacramento Co. Gets First Application For A Home Farm Stand Permit

The movement to connect more people in low-income areas of Sacramento with locally-grown produce took a step forward Wednesday.

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Why The Newly Proposed Sepsis Treatment Needs More Study

March 30, 2017

The bodywide inflammation known as sepsis kills about 300,000 people in U.S. hospitals each year. Promising treatments have come and gone, warn skeptical doctors, who call for rigorous research.