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Weekly playlists and interviews featuring cutting edge bands and their influential roots. Whether you’re looking to start your record collection or touch up the fringes, Nick Brunner leads you through two hours of CapRadio’s curated new music mix.
 
How can sexual assault survivors find a path to healing even when justice isn’t served? Host Sammy Caiola and Data Reporter Emily Zentner help us understand survivor experiences in the immediate aftermath of sexual violence and during police investigations. You’ll meet women searching for inner strength and legal resolution amid trauma, experts looking at the cracks in a law enforcement system that rarely yields rape convictions or even charges, detectives trying to solve some of the most di ...
 
Tahoe is a jewel in the Sierra Nevada, but climate change threatens to transform the region by the century’s end. CapRadio’s Ezra David Romero explores this petri dish for scientific research to see how Tahoe can help us confront the global climate crisis.
 
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Take a California road trip away from the coast, away from the cities, and see the state from a different perspective. CapRadio's 395 podcast follows Highway 395 along the Eastern Sierra. The stops may surprise you, and change how you see the state.
 
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We are all impacted by racism and bias, but we can train ourselves to see each other differently. Author Terri Givens uses examples from her family history and her own life as examples of how to develop a new perspective on race without losing sight of the past. The path Givens lays out for us begins with a willingness to be vulnerable. It ends wit…
 
Navigating difficult conversations during the holidays. Sac City Unified Afghan family safely returns home, following three months of hiding in Afghanistan following the U.S. withdrawal. Sac State Alum, and solo violinist Chase Spruill, talk about his latest album. Today's Guests Etiquette & civility expert and author Rosalinda Oropeza Randall help…
 
Oroville City Council declares itself a “Constitutional Republic” in response to COVID-19 health orders. KVIE documentary “Sharing Butte Creek” explores the environmental change in the Northern Sacramento Valley. Blues artist Katie Knipp performs in Placerville. Today's Guests Leslie Jacobs, Anthony Kennedy Professor of Law at McGeorge School of La…
 
Cal Fire Chief Thom Porter’s retirement following two wildfire seasons. Needs from Northern Nevada, Stockton & Sacramento food banks ahead of the holiday season. How bookstores have been affected by supply chain issues and how it could affect holiday shopping. Today's Guests CapRadio State Government Reporter Scott Rodd on CalFire Chief Thom Porter…
 
How the Biden Administration infrastructure bill will impact California counties. An overview of the first official draft of congressional and legislative districts. A breakdown of the City of Sacramento’s redistricting process and changes to city council boundaries, and how redistricting affects Sacramento’s AAPI community. New book “Wallet Activi…
 
Sacramento housing market and affordability. How much the holiday shortages are related to the supply chain versus other factors. How California’s dairy sector is achieving the state’s methane reduction goals. Living Chinese American WWII veterans receive Congressional Gold Medals. Today's Guests Kellie Swayne, President of the Sacramento Associati…
 
Important milestones of the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference and how it will shape California's climate policy efforts. Also, Sacramento Police Chief on the rise in violence. A look at how recent state crime trends compare to the nation. Finally, Sacramento dance founder "Miss Tee" was recognized by Forbes Magazine's "The Culture 50 Champions" for…
 
California’s vaccine rollout for children 5 to 11 years old. Also, Lieutenant Governor Kounalakis’ visit to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26). Plus, a live interview from Glasgow at COP26. Finally, the Colour of Music Festival, an all African-American symphony, makes its West Coast debut. Today's Guests California Health and…
 
Covered California's open enrollment. The latest redistricting maps and changes to congressional districts. The retirement of California's State Auditor. Finally, the new book "Paradise Found: A High School Football Team's Rise from the Ashes," following the 2018 Camp Fire. Today's Guests Peter Lee, Executive Director with Covered California, discu…
 
COVID-19 vaccinations expand for kids aged 5 to 11. Latest EDD pandemic issues find an estimated $20 billion in fraud unemployment payments were issued. Halloween “Trunk or Treat” movie night at Westwind Drive-In. Today's Guests Dr. Dean Blumberg, Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at UC Davis Health, breaks down what you need to know about COV…
 
What news literacy is and why it is easy for people to fall for misinformation. A California State Auditor report projects $160 million in federal aid for K-12 pandemic education might expire and what school districts need to do to secure the pandemic relief funds ahead of the deadline. California State Library ‘ghostbusters’ explain the rumors tha…
 
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