Original Air Date: 2/2/18: How far has America progressed since the civil rights movement of the 1960s and what needs to happen for the country to embody for everyone the promise of its founding? Author and political scientist Dr. David Covin and civil
Original Air Date 1/26/18: Telemedicine uses technology to diagnose and treat illness remotely. For the aging, it can provide 24-hour care without a hospital stay and improve quality of life through more accessible treatment options. Dr. Tom Nesbitt and Dr. Heather
Original Air Date: 11/10/17: Entrepreneurs Roshaun and Maritza Davis formed Unseen Heroes in 2008 based on one question – how do you show love to a city? They join host Scott Syphax to talk about transforming unexpected city spaces into
Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna and Capital Public Radio’s Joe Barr join host Scott Syphax to talk about the region’s housing gap, which is being featured in a new Capital Public Radio documentary titled, “Housing Sacramento – Place and Privilege.”
Dr. Gary May is the new chancellor at UC Davis. He joins host Scott Syphax to share his background and his focus for UC Davis as the university’s seventh chancellor.
California’s 3rd Congressional District representative John Garamendi (D) joins host Scott Syphax to discuss his perspective on the major issues facing California and the nation, including recent events with North Korea and his role on the Armed Services Committee.
Original Air Date: 7/28/16. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and Bill Blake join host Scott Syphax to talk about how the arts integrate with an innovation economy.
Original Air Date: 7/21/16. Roseville, California, is now the 21st safest city in the nation with the lowest crime rates the city has seen in 20 years. Roseville Police Chief Daniel Hahn is slated to become Sacramento’s next chief of
Original Air Date: 7/14/16. For nearly 50 years, the Sacramento Metro Chamber has led a delegation of business, civic and political representatives from the 6-county Sacramento region to Washington, D.C. to meet with federal representatives. Erica Taylor, this year’s volunteer
Original Air Date: 2/12/16. Serving more than 18,000 students annually, Sierra College is the only community college in Placer County and the largest college in the county. President of Sierra College Willy Duncan joins Scott Syphax to talk about 80