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June 1, 2020

What To Know About Sacramento's Curfew Order

Monday the city of Sacramento announced a curfew starting at 8 p.m. in an attempt to stop the damage and theft that has occurred the past two nights at downtown and Midtown businesses. Here's what the order covers.

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June 1, 2020

Watch: Youth Activist Berry Accius On Sacramento Protests

Following another night of demonstrations, activist Berry Accius joined CapRadio's Nick Miller to discuss how police shootings, systemic oppression and racial disparities impact Sacramento's black community. Watch their conversation here.

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Newsom: ‘The Black Community Is Not Responsible For What Is Happening’

Following a weekend of riots and protests across California and the country, Gov. Gavin Newsom resolved to “do better” for black Californians to address systemic racism.

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Update On Weekend Protests In Sacramento

Protests consumed the weekend in Sacramento and across dozens of cities across the country. We check in with a handful of CapRadio reporters on what happened.

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Nationwide Response To Protests, President Trump’s Social Media Executive Order

We take a look at how weekend-long nationwide protests are impacting the landscape of U.S. politics, and what’s to come of President Trump’s social media executive order.

Courtesy of the Center for the Arts

COVID-19 Impacting The Arts; Post-Protest Community Cleanup

The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley had plans for a major remodel before the coronavirus pandemic began; we check in on delayed plans, and how the community is responding to the aftermath of the protests in Sacramento.

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Houses Of Worship Respond To Protests, Reopening

California churches, mosques, synagogues and other places of worship can reopen. A few from across the region join us with their plans and respond to weekend-long protests.

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Tuesday's Primaries: Races To Watch And Live Results

June 2, 2020

Iowa Rep. Steve King faces a strong GOP primary challenger, after years of incendiary comments put him on the outs with his party. Eight states and the District of Columbia vote on Tuesday.

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How To Get Sleep In Uneasy Times

June 2, 2020

Many people are struggling with insomnia like never before. Specialists explain why these times put an extra strain on our ability to get needed rest — and what to do about it.