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CapRadio News 19h
California high-speed rail officials said they’ll move forward with the network’s Central Valley portion even without the federal money. But thousands of Central Valley jobs could be at stake with the latest setback.
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CapRadio News 20h
The Trump administration is ending its federal agreement with California’s high-speed rail project, taking away nearly $1 billion in funding.
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CapRadio News 20h
Both developers and environmentalists are debating California's environmental law, CEQA, and why it needs reform.
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CapRadio News 21h
Sacramento teachers won't be striking next Wednesday after all.
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CapRadio News 21h
What are some of your favorites from this year's Tiny Desk Contest? We share our top picks from Northern California contestants. 🎧
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CapRadio News May 17
A judge has ordered California's attorney general to release police misconduct records predating Jan. 1, when new transparency legislation took effect.
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CapRadio News May 17
California labor unions say thousands of Central Valley jobs may never be created after the latest setback for the state’s high-speed rail project.
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CapRadio News May 17
Sacramento teachers won’t be striking next Wednesday as planned.
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CapRadio News May 17
California lawmakers shelved several contentious proposals as they culled hundreds of bills in a fast-and-furious annual ritual yesterday.
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CapRadio News May 17
Replying to @adlerben
A previous tweet of this video was deleted due to a missing photo credit. It has been corrected.
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CapRadio News May 17
The California Legislature advanced or shelved more than a thousand bills yesterday — in just over an hour. Cap Radio’s explains how the legislative sausage was made.
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CapRadio News May 17
People who want a Costco store in El Dorado Hills will have to wait a little longer.
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CapRadio News May 17
California's rising gas prices could be due to "possible market manipulation" by some well-known gas retailers, according to a memo to Gov. Gavin Newsom from the California Energy Commission.
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CapRadio News May 17
State lawmakers could be scaling back proposals to expand Medi-Cal coverage to all Californians regardless of immigration status, after a Senate budget subcommittee approved funding for only undocumented young adults and seniors.
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CapRadio News May 16
Check out our *favorite* Northern California Tiny Desk Contestants from this year! 🎧
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CapRadio News May 16
"You just made my entire life." Listen to Quinn Christopherson, this year's Tiny Desk Contest winner!
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CapRadio News May 16
California Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula was found not guilty Thursday of misdemeanor child cruelty.
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CapRadio News May 16
PG&E has been plagued with legal, financial and safety troubles. What do you want to know about the utility and its future? Give us your questions, and we'll get you some answers.
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Ben Adler May 16
The administration says it’s terminating a federal agreement with California’s project and taking away nearly $1 billion in funding, setting up yet another legal fight between California and Washington.
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CapRadio News May 16
The Trump administration is canceling nearly $1 billion in federal money for California's high-speed rail project.
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