Reinventing Downtown Sacramento

Downtown Sacramento has been severely impacted due to the rise of remote work since COVID and its effect on the local economy. Can it be reimagined? Downtown Sacramento Partnership CEO Michael Ault and local developer Kipp Blewett of Rubicon Partners

Mental Healthcare in Times of Crisis

Many individuals and families struggle to navigate our mental health care system, especially during a crisis. WellSpace Health’s Christie Gonzales and Dr. Jonathan Porteus join host Scott Syphax to share their insights on the issues of accessing mental healthcare in

Congressman Tom McClintock

Congressman Tom McClintock has served the region since 2009 and represents California’s 5th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives. He joins host Scott Syphax to discuss his views on the significant issues of the day and how

Sacramento City Budget Impact on Youth

With a projected $60 million shortfall, the City of Sacramento’s proposed budget may significantly impact its residents, particularly its youth. Sacramento Assistant City Manager Leyne Milstein and Former Sacramento City Councilmember Jay Schenirer join host Scott Syphax for a conversation

Sacramento’s Growing Hmong Community

Sacramento is home to one of the largest Hmong populations in the United States. Mai Vang, Sacramento City Councilmember, District 8, and Nancy Xiong of Hmong Innovating Politics join host Scott Syphax to give us an insider’s view into this

CA Youth Group Homes Funding Crisis

CA Youth Group Homes Funding Crisis

Governor Newsom’s budget could close the doors of safety-net providers, which protect and support children in crisis and their families. Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento Executive Director Glynis Butler-Stone and Board Member Heidi Sanborn join host Scott Syphax for a

Homelessness in Sacramento County

Sacramento County Supervisors recently voted to adopt the All In Sacramento plan, which strives to address the issues of people experiencing homelessness. In a candid conversation about homelessness in Sacramento County, homeless advocate Erin Johansen and Sacramento Cottage Housing’s Kris

Economic Outlook March 2024

The recession that most economists predicted would happen didn’t happen. Economist Sanjay Varshney joins host Scott Syphax to share his insights on what happened and where the economy may go next.

Congressman Dr. Ami Bera

Dr. Ami Bera has served the Sacramento region since 2013 and represents California’s 6th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives. He joins host Scott Syphax to discuss his views on the significant issues of the day and

Sacramento and Beyond 2024

Sacramento and Beyond 2024

2024 will surely be an eventful year, including a national election for president and a local election marking the end of a mayoral era in Sacramento. California Opinion Editor Marcos Bretón of The Sacramento Bee joins host Scott Syphax for