Former Interactive Producer
Kacey was a Capital Public Radio interactive producer from January 2018 to September 2019.
Before CapRadio, she worked as the communications coordinator for North State Public Radio in Chico, California, and as an editorial assistant for the Department of Public Affairs and Publications at California State University, Chico, where she studied journalism.
While a student, Kacey was editor-in-chief of the campus newspaper, The Orion, and worked as a copy desk intern at The Sacramento Bee for two summers.
Her favorite activities include reading and writing, walking and talking, bookstore perusing and boozy brunching.
September 13, 2021
California’s wildfire season is getting longer and more intense, with smoky skies becoming a regular feature of summer. Here’s how to tell if the air quality near you is harmful, and what you should do if it is.
March 20, 2021
After months of negotiations, the Sacramento City Unified School District and the Sacramento City Teachers Association have reached an agreement on the district’s reopening plan and will begin in-person classes starting April 8.
March 14, 2021
Californians approved a ballot measure ditch time changes back in 2018. While state senators let time run out on passing legislation that would move to year round DST last fall, the issue isn’t dead yet.
March 4, 2021
On CapRadio’s Insight, Aguilar said the district’s phased approach beginning April 8 was formed prior to Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California Legislature reaching a deal to incentivize schools to reopen by April.
February 6, 2021
Assemblyman Jim Patterson, who represents the Fresno area, says his office has fielded 3,000 calls from constituents who have yet to resolve their problems with the EDD. Despite problems, employment experts advise Californians not to give up.
January 28, 2021
“It is my intent as mayor of this city that we have multiple warming centers open every single night until the end of winter,” Steinberg said after at least two unhoused Sacramento residents died in the first major winter storm of the season.
December 18, 2020
Wondering where to send your charitable donations this year? The pandemic has created a lot of need this year, and direct service organizations new and old are rolling with the punches. Here’s your guide to making a difference with your dollars.
December 15, 2020
In January Kevin Lincoln will replace Michael Tubbs as the mayor of Stockton. Lincoln spoke with CapRadio’s Insight about his priorities for the city.
Interview: Sacramento Police Chief Hahn On New COVID-19 Restrictions, Weekend Protests, Increased Crime
December 10, 2020
With people being once again asked to stay at home, CapRadio’s Insight spoke with Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn about the police department’s role in enforcing the new restrictions and his view of the recent protests.
October 19, 2020
A second Valley Vision/CapRadio poll of how Sacramento region residents are experiencing the coronavirus pandemic finds people are worn down — and still concerned about the virus. Still, people of color continue to be more severely impacted.