The Red Cross and the Camp Fire

Original airdate: 02/15/2019: In a time of crisis, the Red Cross meets the immediate disaster-caused needs of people and communities. The recent Camp Fire saw the Red Cross mobilize to be one of the first organizations to reach the area. Gary

Sacramento Metro Chamber

Original airdate: 02/08/2019: After almost 125 years, Amanda Blackwood became the first full-time female CEO of the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, which focuses on business issues relevant to the 6-county Sacramento region. Amanda joins host Scott Syhpax to talk about

Inspiring Tomorrow’s Female Leaders

Original airdate: 02/01/2019: For over 100 years, Girl Scouts has been building girls of courage, confidence, and character, aspiring to ensure girls continue to thrive for generations to come. Dr. Linda Farley, CEO of Girl Scouts Heart of Central California, and

Pain Management and the Opioid Crisis

Original airdate: 01/25/2019: As the opioid crisis continues, pain management remains important for the quality of life for patients. Dr. David Copenhaver and Dr. Aimee Moulin from UC Davis Health share their thoughts on the past, present, and future of pain

Sacramento in 2019

Original airdate: 01/18/2019: What will be the biggest events for our region in 2019? There’s a lot to talk about with a new governor, continuing changes to Sacramento’s downtown area, and issues like homelessness and mental health. Columnist Marcos Bretón from

Generations in the Workplace

Original airdate: 12/28/2018: Organizational development expert Dr. Jessica Kriegel is the author of “Unfairly Labeled.” She joins host Scott Syphax to talk about how workplaces can benefit from focusing less on generational stereotypes.​

West Sacramento Home Run

Original airdate: 12/21/2018: West Sacramento’s Home Run initiative is a first of its kind program in the nation that provides a support system for its city’s students. West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon and FutureReady Executive Director Chris Worden join host

Paradise Camp Fire

Original airdate: 12/14/2018: Jesse Merz and his family lived in Paradise, California. On November 8, 2018, they were going about their lives as the Camp Fire began and ultimately became the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history. Jesse

Bera/Grant – 2018 CA-07 Candidates

Original airdate: 10/18/2018: Hear from the candidates in a special hour episode featuring conversations with Ami Bera and Andrew Grant, both running to represent California’s 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Homeless in Placerville

Original airdate: 6/22/2018: Homelessness is usually assumed to be an urban problem. But what happens to the homeless who live in rural California? Joining host Scott Syphax in editorial partnership is Placerville mayor Wendy Thomas to talk about homeless issues