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September 19, 2018

Rich Ibarra

Fresno, Stockton Airports Awarded Grants For Improvements

Stockton Airport Deputy Director Ronald Elliott says the money will be used to extend the taxiway and expand the airport terminal apron in hopes of attracting more commercial passenger service.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

September 19, 2018

GLOBAL LOCAL Brings Music And Culture Popup To A Parking Garage

Sol Collective’s GLOBAL LOCAL is returning this Saturday to Arden Fair’s parking garage, featuring food, art and music in a cross cultural celebration.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

September 19, 2018

Dissect Podcast Wraps Up Season On Frank Ocean, Looks Ahead To Lauryn Hill

Dissect podcast season three is winding down on the Spotify original podcast channel. Cole Cuchna breaks down the biographical and musical story behind Frank Ocean's "Channel Orange" and "Blonde," and the long wait between both albums.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio / File

Insight With Beth Ruyak

September 19, 2018

Grading California’s Schools

Researchers published a massive report on the state of California’s educational system, compiling the work of dozens of experts in 36 studies that analyze everything from charter school oversight to teacher pensions.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

September 19, 2018

California Farmers Face Labor Shortages

Ranch owners are struggling to find workers to harvest their crops across the state, but automation to replace them is lagging behind. CapRadio reporter Nadine Sebai explains what lies behind the shortfall.

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September 18, 2018

Bob Moffitt

Drew Sandsor

Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones Talks About Convention Center Demonstrations, Body Cameras

Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones talked to CapRadio’s Bob Moffitt about why he called for law enforcement supporters to show up at a Black Lives Matter protest and why his deputies don’t wear body cameras.

Teamrat Ghezzehei / UC Merced

Low-Severity Fires Like Prescribed Burns Might Not Be So Harmless To Soil

Returning fire to the landscape in a managed way has been touted as an approach to better prevent large wildfires in California. But new research suggests prescribed burns might do more harm than good to soil and forest health.

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