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Award-winning journalist Vicki Gonzalez hosts daily interviews with community leaders, advocates, experts, artists and more to provide background and understanding on breaking news, big events, politics and culture in the Sacramento region and beyond.
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Capital Public Radio music hosts and special guests discuss and feature new and noteworthy recordings and music events on Insight with Beth Ruyak. Look for a new post every Thursday.
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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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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 ...
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California Congressional seats that were solidly Republican are suddenly up for grabs. Capital Public Radio's Keys to the House follows the battleground races and themes that could determine which party controls the House of Representatives.
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California State Of Mind

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A weekly show helping you make sense of the biggest health, jobs, politics, and more critical events in the world's fifth-largest economy. Because no matter where you live, California is truly a state of mind.
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Elk Grove Police adds drones as first responders. Also, why the cost for California universities are so high, and how to get help. Finally, we’re approaching peak wildflower season in Northern California. Elk Grove PD ‘First Responder’ Drones The Elk Grove City Council recently voted to approve $2.1 million to the city’s police department for a new…
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An investigation into the voting records of state lawmakers. Also, an event tonight at Sac State discusses what reparations could look like in Sacramento. Finally, a Grass Valley author’s new book chronicles the pioneering female physicians of the Old West. Investigation into California Lawmaker Voting Records They say every vote matters. They say …
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San Joaquin County approved improvements for Stockton Metropolitan Airport. Also, Sacramento mayoral candidates Dr. Flojaune Cofer and state Assemblymember Kevin McCarty. Finally, “The Jacquelyn” is a new space for wellness and socializing. Mayoral Candidates Flo Cofer & Kevin McCarty The race for Sacramento mayor is officially underway for the Nov…
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Study looks at link between types of firearm ownership and support for political violence. Also, gas prices are on the rise. Plus, why California’s electric vehicle industry is slowing down. Finally, the Sacramento Orchid Society’s 75th anniversary. Study on Firearm Ownership and Political Violence is an emergency medicine physician and Director of…
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Lawmakers propose an “early action plan” to tackle the state budget deficit. Also, Guy Fieri’s new Food Network show “Best Bite in Town” premieres in Davis. Finally, CLARA performing arts expands youth programs. Early Action Plan to Tackle CA’s Budget Shortfall Gov. Gavin Newsom and Democratic leaders in the state legislature announced a deal on ea…
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Oakland A’s to temporarily play in West Sacramento starting in 2025. Also, new Sacramento City Councilmember Shoun Thao. Finally, the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe purchases ancestral homeland. Oakland A’s to Temporarily Move to West Sac The Oakland A’s will play in West Sacramento for three years starting in 2025. The team, which is in the p…
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The Diocese of Sacramento filed bankruptcy in response to a wave a lawsuits alleging sexual abuse of minors. Also, a new law boosts the minimum wage for fast food workers in California to $20 an hour. Finally, Davis-based folk duo “Misner & Smith.” Diocese of Sacramento Files for Bankruptcy The Diocese of Sacramento has filed for Chapter 11 bankrup…
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Gov. Newsom attends the April snow survey in the Sierra. Also, an investigation into a rise in jail deaths across the state. Finally, a memoir studying hip hop culture “Dancing the Afrofuture: Hula, Hip-Hop and the Dunham Legacy.” April Snow Survey Gov. Gavin Newsom traveled to the April 1 snow survey in El Dorado County held by the Department of W…
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“Best of Insight”: The oldest Chinese restaurant in the state - and possibly the nation - is in Woodland. Also, 10-year-old Sacramento hip hop princess “Boss Tootie.” Finally, Sacramento-based Latin backpacking company Itacate Foods. ‘Best of Insight’: Woodland’s Historic Chinese Restaurant The oldest Chinese restaurant in California - and possibly…
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Sacramento City Councilmember Katie Valenzuela concedes the race to Phil Pluckebaum. Also, events for Placer County LGBTQ+ youth, family and allies. Finally, Sacramento Piano Day concert at American River College. Sacramento City Council District 4 Race Sacramento County has less than 100 ballots left to be counted. Which means election results are…
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A financial backer of CapRadio wants the public media station to merge with KVIE. Also, the delta city of Isleton creates a community flood insurance pilot program. Finally, take a listen to public service announcements about climate change. CapRadio Update Should Sacramento’s two largest public media organizations join as one? In an open letter la…
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