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Classical

October 21, 2020

New Classical Tracks: iSing Silicon Valley Empowers Members And Listeners Alike

This week on New Classical Tracks, learn about iSing Silicon Valley, a choral education program for school-aged girls, and their new release, 'Here I Stand.'

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NorCal Republicans Say A Local Focus, Not National Politics, Will Help Them Win This Year

Democrats have controlled state politics in California for years. But Republicans still have strongholds in the far north and east. Two of the area’s newest conservative legislators talk about how they view the party, this election season and beyond.

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Californians Are Shattering Early Ballot Return Records. Will It Translate To Record-Breaking Turnout, Too?

Most ballots that have been returned are from voters who were already likely to vote: older people who belong to a political party.

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Courtesy Audrey Denney campaign

State Government

October 20, 2020

These Women Democrats Are Trying to Turn Rural California Blue This Election

A slate of Democratic candidates are running for national and state seats in deeply conservative, far Northern and Eastern parts of California. But they’re up against tough odds in districts with majority Republican registered voters.

AP Photo/Ben Margot

October 19, 2020

Ezra David Romero

California Energy Leaders Meet, Talk Details of Carbon Neutral Future

Amidst devastating wildfires and dire climate assessments, environmental innovators in California’s public and private sectors are meeting for three days this week to brainstorm about how the state can reach its climate goals.

Andrew Nixon / CapRadio

October 19, 2020

Chris Hagan

Sacramento Could Avoid Another Coronavirus Wave, Health Director Says, But Cautions Against Private Gatherings

Sacramento County Health Director Peter Beilenson says COVID-19 metrics are trending in the right direction, but is advising residents against holiday gatherings in order to avoid another surge like the one experienced in the summer.

BBC World Service

October 19, 2020

BBC Lookahead: Surge In Global Coronavirus Cases, Protests Against Police Brutality in Nigeria

CapRadio's Steve Milne speaks with the BBC's Rich Preston from London to discuss a surge in global coronavirus cases and protests in Nigeria over police brutality.

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