Former Interactive Producer
Melody Stone's childhood homes ranged from the Navajo reservation in Arizona to a small mining town in Mongolia and a few places in between.
She had her first taste of radio at Humboldt State University where she ran the music department at the student run radio station, KRFH.
With a healthy blend of journalistic and digital media experience, Melody joined the Capradio.org digital team with the mission to create the most engaging content possible for the stations' websites.
She loves cycling in high heels, having brunch at Midtown restaurants, and telling stories about her city.
August 15, 2016
Have you ever wanted to go to the library but also needed to go to the farmer’s market? You can’t be in two places and once and now you won’t need to. Yolo County and Davis Libraries are introducing libraries towed by bikes.
August 12, 2016
Have you ever found a great buy on Craigslist? You might arrange a pick-up a the seller’s house, but showing up in a stranger’s place with a wad of cash can be dangerous. That’s why the Sacramento Police Department set up an Online Exchange Zone.
August 5, 2016
A life-sized hotdog man hungrily licking his lips while squirting ketchup on his forehead stands atop an unmarked red and black building at the intersection of Alhambra Blvd. and T Streets. A reader asked us to investigate this roadside distraction.
August 5, 2016
Not all festivals celebrate rock stars and flower crowns, some celebrate peaches and tomatoes. CapRadio rounded up a selection of the lesser-known festivals from now until early Fall to fill the void in your summer schedule and your tummy.
August 4, 2016
The California Department of Public Health announced Thursday the birth of two babies with Zika-related defects in the state.
July 29, 2016
The “Pokemon Go” craze is unlike anything we’ve seen in gaming so far. But what does it mean long-term? For the culture of gaming? For society as a whole? A media and video game expert reflects on the phenomenon.
July 22, 2016
Merchants in Old Sacramento are running ragged after two weeks of “Pokemon Go" mania. The neighborhood has become a magnet for players of the augmented reality game, which launched earlier this month. The crowds are translating into profits.
July 15, 2016
The American River provides many popular recreational opportunities, including floats. Today we’re going to outline some tips for conducting the very best river float and get the most out of the hot summer afternoons.
July 14, 2016
At least one pub crawl centered around the augmented reality mobile game, “Pokemon Go” was canceled due to too much interest. Organizers of another Pokemon event are going ahead as planned.
July 12, 2016
The mobile augmented-reality gaming phenomenon known as "Pokemon Go" is bringing hordes of players into Sacramento parks with the hopes of capturing rare pretend creatures on their phones.