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Kate Gonzales is a freelance editor and journalist based in Sacramento, California.
October 3, 2019
To count the salmon that pass through a creek in Lincoln, volunteers scan hours of videos captured by underwater cameras. A new technology called FishSpotter is making the process more efficient.
October 1, 2019
Max Byrd talks about his latest historical novel, "The Sixth Conspirator." It tells a long forgotten true story about an attempt to find Europeans who may have aided John Wilkes Booth in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
September 23, 2019
Science Magazine reporter Emily Underwood joins us to discuss emerging research on suicide. Scientists are using brain scans to develop precision treatments for suicidal patients.
CapRadio’s Sammy Caiola discusses what she learned last year while reporting on suicide in rural Amador County.
A new effort is underway in Sacramento County to address the suicide prevention needs of African Americans. We’ll explore the issue.
September 16, 2019
Today on Insight, we look at what makes a neighborhood by revisiting conversations about exclusionary design, the impact a zip code has on health and the history of the Meadowview neighborhood.
September 11, 2019
Today on Insight, we're getting perspectives from three people who experienced the Vietnam War firsthand with interviews with author Huong Chi Truong Smith, Marine veteran Ken Crouse and professor Dr. Carolee Tran.
September 9, 2019
Today, we're looking at how we get around by revisiting an episode of YosemiteLand and interviews about urban transportation, California's Cap and Trade program and a historical novel by Jane Delury.
August 27, 2019
UC Davis Chancellor Gary May, former KCRA News Director Lori Waldon and Arts Critic Marcus Crowder join us for conversations about what it means to be black in Sacramento and in the world.
August 19, 2019
UC Davis Professors Paul Knoepfler and Sheila David join us to discuss the ethics of gene editing, the science behind dragons and the potential for DNA to repair itself.