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California poised to grant high school diplomas retroactively  EdSource

That is what the state of California is poised to tell between 40,000 and 150,000 students who for nearly a decade may have been denied a high school diploma ...



Grant High School football struggles to find itself  The Sacramento Bee

These are not the Grant Pacers we're accustomed to. Yes, the blue and gold colors and slick helmets are familiar, as is the pregame bluster. There is size and ...



Alameda Schools Dump ‘Sexist’ School Dress Code  CBS San Francisco

ALAMEDA (AP) — The relaxed new dress code at public schools in the small city of Alameda, across the bay from San Francisco, is intentionally specific: ...



Suspect arrested for arson after fire destroys classroom at Grant High School  ABC10.com KXTV

Adam Prater was arrested for arson and burglary, among other charges, following the incident.



Late-night fire destroys classroom at Grant Union High  The Sacramento Bee

A fire destroyed a classroom Sunday night at Grant High School, according to the Sacramento Fire Department.



Sacramento’s ‘community of victims’ fight law shortening sentences for young killers  Sacramento Bee

District Attorneys in Sacramento and California challenge SB 1391, a law barring 14- and 15-year-old juveniles from being tried as adults for murder and other ...



Will Clavo slaying suspect be tried as adult after all? Trial on hold as new law scrutinized  Sacramento Bee

A California appeals court delayed a juvenile trial for Keymontae Lindsay in the 2015 shooting death of Jaulon “J.J.” Clavo to review a new law barring minors ...



An NFL pedigree but no college offers, this Grant senior navigates heavy expectations  The Sacramento Bee

In The Sacramento Bee's series tracking area football stars hoping to earn a scholarship, Paris Warren of Grant High School breaks down what motivates him ...



One dead, one injured in overnight shooting near Grant High School  ABC10.com KXTV

One person was killed and another was injured in an overnight shooting near Grant Union High School in Del Paso Heights, according to the Sacramento Police ...



Suspect in J.J. Clavo’s slaying to face juvenile trial as new state law is tested  Sacramento Bee

Keymontae Lindsay will be tried as a juvenile in the November 2015 shooting death of Grant High School student-athlete Jaulon “J.J.” Clavo, a Sacramento ...



No high school diploma? You've got options!  EdSource

If you're done with high school, or about to be, and were unable to graduate, don't give up. You can still get a high school diploma whether you dropped out or ...



Where to march in Sacramento on Martin Luther King Jr. Day  Sacramento Bee

Three Sacramento marches honoring Martin Luther King Jr. are expected to draw thousands of attendees Monday. MLK365, the Roberts Family Development ...



Sacramento MLK Day March Routes  CBS Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — There are two scheduled Martin Luther King Jr. Day events in Sacramento on Monday. The first is a march in honor of Dr. King that ...



Rocklin teen’s murder sentence in sister’s death upheld, as judge calls new law unconstitutional  Sacramento Bee

Rocklin teen Tanner Wood will be sentenced in April to 16 years to life in state prison for the 2016 murder of his younger sister, a Sacramento judge ordered ...



Proposed legislation would grant high school rodeo riders PE exemption  EdSource

Updated June 18 with legislative changes and clarifications from the office of Sen. Jean Fuller. High school freshman Jenna Culotta, 14, has a cowboy hat, a bay ...



Local NFL players to watch during training camp, regular season  ABC10.com KXTV

As football fans all over the world prepare for the NFL season, ABC10 is helping you learn more about the local players around the league.



California joins trend among states to abandon high school exit exam  EdSource

This week Gov. Jerry Brown made official what has been state policy for several years: he signed a bill abolishing the California High School Exit Exam.



California's high school graduation rate improves for 7th straight year, but ethnic gaps remain  EdSource

California's high school graduation rate increased to 83.2 percent for the class of 2016, with gains for nearly all ethnic groups though gaps persist, according to ...



Huge North Sacramento sideshow involving 200 cars led to 2 arrests Saturday, CHP says  Sacramento Bee

A large sideshow demonstration involving as many as 200 vehicles led California Highway Patrol and sheriff's deputies to pursue participants in at least three ...



Why Grant High, a football power for decades, might be losing some luster  Sacramento Bee

Grant High School has been a football power in the Sacramento region for decades but “times are changing,” says longtime coach Mike Alberghini.



One Grant High School football player dead, another injured in shooting  Sacramento Bee

Grant High School was reeling Friday night after two football players were shot while getting food off campus before a home game. One of the players, a senior, ...



Ranking 10,010 Girls By Average XC Finish  MileSplit

10010 cross country runners ranked by their average finish place during the cross country season with a minimum of three races.



49ers select Kevin Grant of San Mateo High School as the 2017 Week 3 Player of the Week  49ers.com

The 49ers High School Player of the Week Award for week 3 goes to Kevin Grant of San Mateo High School in San Mateo, CA.



The Street Academy Turns Forty  East Bay Express

The little-known Oakland Emiliano Zapata Street Academy helps students who drop out or are kicked out of other schools.



Insight Special Coverage: One Year After The Stephon Clark Shooting  Capital Public Radio News

This March 18, 2018 photo, courtesy of the family, shows Stephon Clark at 5:20 p.m. in the afternoon before he died in a hail of police gunfire in the backyard of ...



Teen accused in murder of J.J. Clavo charged as adult  Sacramento Bee

Keymontae Lindsey made his first court appearance Monday in the November shooting death of popular Grant Union High School student and football player ...



SB 1391, the California bill that protects juvenile killers from being tried as adults hurts victims  The Sacramento Bee

A bill to protect juveniles from being tried as adults for horrendous crimes – SB 1391 – awaits Gov. Jerry Brown giving it a thumbs up or down, and putting it in to ...



Insight: PolitiFact / Oscar Grant's Father On Uncuffed / Kushman By The Bottle  Capital Public Radio News

PolitiFact's Chris Nichols and Angie Holan fact check statements by Gov. Gavin Newsom and President Donald Trump. Uncuffed host Eli Wirtschafter shares the ...



Popular Grant drum line prepares for prized D.C. appearance  Sacramento Bee

The booming sound of drums punctuated every touchdown, completed pass and first down during New San Juan High's homecoming football game earlier this ...



Rodeo riders lose bid for physical education exemption as cheerleading advances  EdSource

High school rodeo riders who stood to be exempted from state physical education requirements have lost that possibility, at least for the 2015 legislative year, ...



Insight: Sacramento City Unified School District Budget Impasse / Measles Questions, Answered / Roseville Jazz Festival  Capital Public Radio News

Sacramento County Superintendent Dave Gordon tells us about the Sacramento City schools budget impasse and potential receivership. Reporter Sammy ...



Thousands march through Sacramento streets to honor Martin Luther King Jr.  Sacramento Bee

It seemed inevitable the two Martin Luther King Jr. Day marches would collide. On Monday, when Black Lives Matter-Sacramento protesters began passing by ...



What schools and parents need to know to support transgender students  EdSource

As superintendent of Benicia Unified School District, Janice Adams found herself face to face with a first when a mother asked what Adams could do to support ...



Governor signs bill allowing diplomas for students who failed exit exam  EdSource

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill that will allow some students who failed the California High School Exit Exam to receive a high school diploma retroactively.



Teen arrested in killing of J.J. Clavo faces arraignment as an adult  Sacramento Bee

Sacramento police announced the arrest Thursday of a 16-year-old in the shooting death of a popular Grant Union High School football player in November, ...



Since Sandy Hook, a gun has been fired on school grounds nearly once a week  Los Angeles Times

There have been more than 180 shootings on school campuses that resulted in an injury or death in the U.S. since Dec. 14, 2012, when 20 children and six ...



Broncos draft former Grant, American River star Devontae Booker  Sacramento Bee

Saturday was a good day for local football products with initials D.B., stars who have excelled at every level with the real challenges looming.



Here’s where to join a Martin Luther King Jr. march in Sacramento  Sacramento Bee

Thousands of people are expected to join one of two marches in Sacramento on Monday, January 15, 2018, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.



Uncertain impact of California's high school exit exam  EdSource

As the state looks to replace the California High School Exit Exam with a new version, or eliminate it altogether as a graduation requirement, it remains difficult to ...



Need to know: Dixon vice mayor facing recall, Thai soccer team rescued  ABC10.com KXTV

Activists are pushing for Dixon Vice Mayor Ted Hickman, who wrote a homophobic op-ed, to resign. All 12 members of a Thai boys' soccer team and their coach ...



Sacramento black pastor to Trump: You’ve ‘given us a new hope.’ Now he faces a backlash  The Tribune

A prominent pastor from a North Sacramento church was among a group of black religious leaders who met with President Donald Trump this week at the White ...



Nicole Clavo: Turning personal tragedy into a mission to help others  ABC10

On Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, Nicole Clavo's life would forever change. Her son Jaulon 'JJ' Clavo was a 17-year-old football player at Grant High School. He and his ...



Bill calls for a time out on the high school exit exam  EdSource

The California High School Exit Exam would be suspended for several years and its role would be re-examined under a bill introduced last week by the chair of ...



Insight: May Budget Revise / School Receivership / Bakosó Documentary / Sound Advice  Capital Public Radio News

Ben Adler talks about the May budget revise. Caryn Moore from the state Department of Education walks us through what school receivership would mean for ...



Cal Football Recruiting Wire- The Defensive Line, Year One A.T.  California Golden Blogs

A preview of Cal's defensive line recruiting targets. Who are we after? Can Coach Howard continue the DL recruiting success Cal experienced with that other ...



Legislature expected to exempt students who couldn't take exit exam  EdSource

Students in the class of 2015 who haven't passed the California High School Exit Exam may be able to graduate soon, based on action planned this week in the ...



Insight: Capitol Chat / Tough Old Broads Poetry / Sound Advice  Capital Public Radio News

CapRadio state government reporter Scott Rodd joins us for Capitol Chat. The Tough Old Broads share their new poetry collection. Critic Jeff Hudson brings us ...



Fate of high school exit exam undecided  EdSource Today

While the state's standardized testing program is being revamped during the transition to the new Common Core State Standards, the fate of the high school exit ...



Insight: Political Junkie / Transformative Climate Communities / 'The Journey Of Harriet Tubman'  Capital Public Radio News

The Political Junkie fills us in on Trump's national emergency. We learn about Sacramento's green communities. We preview the Sacramento Master Singer's ...



Insight: PolitiFact California / Mystery Author Catriona McPherson / Slam Poet David Loret De Mola  Capital Public Radio News

We look at PolitiFact California's latest fact checks on Kamala Harris and the Newsom Meter. Mystery author Catriona McPherson previews the latest in her.



Insight: Measles In California / Author Lauren Markham / In The Heights At Sac State  Capital Public Radio News

Dr. Dean Blumberg discusses the symptoms, treatment, and prevention of measles in light of recent outbreaks. Author Lauren Markham talks about her book,



US Top 500 Outdoor Returnees: Jamal Walton Leads The Pack With Top All-Time 400m Mark  MileSplit

Last spring at the Pan-American Junior Athletics Championships, Jamal Walton ran one of the top marks ever by a high school athlete. Walton threw down a ...



Oakland Raiders score game-winning TD on last play to defeat Kansas City: Recap, score, stats  OregonLive.com

Quarterback Derek Carr throws game-winning touchdown pass to wide receiver Michael Crabtree on the game's final play as the Raiders defeat Kansas City ...



Violent crime rising faster in Sacramento than in other large cities, study finds  Sacramento Bee

Violent crime rose faster during the first six months of 2015 in Sacramento than in any of the 25 largest U.S. cities tracked in an annual FBI crime report, ...



Insight: PolitiFact California On Marijuana Ads / Sacramento's Arts Budget / Rock Band The Outcome  Capital Public Radio News

PolitiFact California's Chris Nichols tells us about the latest in their Pot 101 series. Artists tell us about their call for more sustained arts funding in the upcoming ...



DAs should fight Gov. Brown's decision to spare juvenile killers adult trials  The Sacramento Bee

The district attorneys in Sacramento and Yolo counties – at some point, maybe all state DAs – are going to fight Gov. Jerry Brown on his 11th-hour approval of a ...



Sacramento police arrest 20 suspected Strawberry Manor gang members  Sacramento Bee

A Sacramento Police Department investigation into a Strawberry Manor neighborhood gang has resulted in the arrest of 20 suspected gang members.



Insight: POLITICO's Carla Marinucci / California's Changing Approach To Criminal Justice / Amgen Tour Of California  Capital Public Radio News

The peloton passes the California state Capitol as the riders go into a turn during the first stage of Amgen Tour of California cycling race Sunday, May 12, 2019, ...



Athletics Unlimited Sports Standout: Pacific women's water polo  ABC10.com KXTV

There are only three college programs that have won a national championship in women's water polo over the last 17 years but the University of Pacific Tigers ...



Insight: Updates On The Butte County Wildfire / California's Close Congressional Contest / Combating Nuclear Weapons  Capital Public Radio News

CapRadio's Bob Moffitt and Ezra David Romero give the latest updates on the wildfire in Butte County. Ben Adler discusses California's unresolved ...



Insight: Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg / California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris  Capital Public Radio News

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg joins us to discuss the teachers strike, the Sacramento Republic FC Stadium and more. Then, California Surgeon General ...



Scores on exit exam hold steady  EdSource Today

The latest results of the California High School Exit Exam echoed a similar refrain from past years, with the number of seniors passing the test holding steady ...



Insight: PolitiFact California / Chabad Of Poway Synagogue Shooting / Opera Modesto  Capital Public Radio News

Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, right, is hugged as he leaves a news conference at the Chabad of Poway synagogue, Sunday, April 28, 2019, in Poway, Calif. A man ...



Insight: Graying California / DNA Ethics / Author Rachel Howard  Capital Public Radio News

Reporters discuss a new project on aging in California. UC Davis professors preview a lecture on the ethics of DNA testing. Author Rachel Howard shares her ...



Insight: Use Of Force Debate At The Capitol / Newsom In El Salvador / Republic FC Stadium Update  Capital Public Radio News

Ben Adler joins us as a committee considers new police use of force legislation. We talk with Wendy Carrillo and Elizabeth Aguilera about Gov. Gavin Newsom's ...



Insight: Yosemite's Disappearing Glaciers  Capital Public Radio News

Investigative reporter Daniel Duane discusses his investigation for California Sunday Magazine of how climate change is affecting Yosemite and its glaciers.



Insight: California's Reaction To The Mueller Report / Pianist Lara Downes / Sierra Poetry Festival  Capital Public Radio News

Reporter Kate Irby joins us to talk about the California Congressional delegation's reaction to the Mueller report. We preview the Sierra Poetry Festival.



Where to go to join a Martin Luther King Jr. march in Sacramento  Sacramento Bee

Thousands of people are expected to join one of two marches Monday in Sacramento in honor of the late Martin Luther King Jr.



Insight: Capitol Chat / Paradise Mayor Jody Jones / Sound Advice With Nick Brunner  Capital Public Radio News

Ben Adler joins us for Capitol Chat. Paradise Mayor Jody Jones tells us about recovery efforts after the Camp Fire. Hey, Listen! Host Nick Brunner plays us music ...



In 10 years, 114 Sacramento teenagers died violently. Here are all of them  Sacramento Bee

Search this list of the 114 teens who died violently in the Sacramento region since 2007.



Teen convicted in Davis couple's death to get juvenile review  Sacramento Bee

Daniel William Marsh was sentenced in 2014 for killing an elderly couple in their beds in a gruesome 2013 knife attack. An appeals court recently ruled that ...



On the brink: How Manhattan Beach Unified became among the lowest funded school districts in the U.S. and what it could mean for the future of local education  Easy Reader

by Mark McDermott. Early in the morning on February 1, a few dozen of the most active supporters of Manhattan Beach's public schools gathered in a ...



Insight: PolitiFact California / Oroville Dam Spillway Reopens  Capital Public Radio News

Angie Holan and Chris Nichols of PolitiFact share some of their recent fact checks with us on 2020 presidential hopefuls. Then, we take a look back at 2017's ...



Insight: Political Junkie / California GOP Convention / New Voter Research / Musician Mikel Paul  Capital Public Radio News

The Political Junkie tells us what to expect from Michael Cohen's Congressional testimony. Ben Adler recaps the California GOP Convention. Mindy Romero ...



Insight: Sen. Kamala Harris Comes To Sacramento / CapRadio's 40th Birthday  Capital Public Radio News

Politico's Carla Marinucci joins Insight to report on Sen. Kamala Harris' Monday appearance in Sacramento on her presidential campaign. Then, Insight's Mark ...



Why Sacramento County has so many teen murders – and many are unsolved  Sacramento Bee

Violence has claimed the lives of 114 teens in Sacramento since 2007, with a higher murder rate than state and national averages for this age group. Nearly all ...



Sacramento's first female police officers honored with keys to the city  ABC10

On December 13, 1974. Flossie Crump and Felicia Allen graduated from the police academy and became the first two female "patrol" officers of the Sacramento ...



Insight: Mapping Literacy In Sacramento / The Brown Family Legacy / Art Critique Comedy Show / Trails And Vistas Art Hikes  Capital Public Radio News

A new map tracks childhood literacy in Sacramento County. We preview the Art Critique comedy show. Author and journalist Miriam Pawel tells us about her ...



Insight: Cal Fire Update / News Network On Mendocino Complex And Carr Fires / Capital Dance Project Previews New Show  Capital Public Radio News

Cal Fire Deputy Communications Director Mike Mohler updates us on the wildfires burning throughout Northern California, including the Mendocino Complex ...



Insight: Inmate Deaths In County Jails / Drug Resistant Bacteria / Kushman By The Bottle  Capital Public Radio News

Sacramento Bee reporter Jason Pohl discusses his reporting on Fresno County Jail's inmate deaths. Professor Miriam Barlow tells us about a spike in drug ...



Insight Special Coverage: No Criminal Charges For Officers Who Killed Stephon Clark  Capital Public Radio News

This March 18, 2018 photo, courtesy of the family, shows Stephon Clark at 5:20 p.m. in the afternoon before he died in a hail of police gunfire in the backyard of ...



Insight: California's New Laws / Great Question! On Sacramento's Tree Canopy / Sound Advice With Nick Brunner  Capital Public Radio News

Ben Adler fills us in on new laws taking effect on Jan. 1. We hear about the first story in CapRadio's Great Question! series. Hey, Listen! host Nick Brunner joins ...



Insight: Capitol Chat / Sacramento Youth Symphony / Sound Advice With Nick Brunner  Capital Public Radio News

LA Times reporter Sarah Wire tells us about California's Congressional power. We preview an upcoming performance by the Sacramento Youth Symphony. Hey ...



Insight: Capitol Chat / Find Yourself In California's Legislature / Folk Musician John McCutcheon  Capital Public Radio News

Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler reports on Gov. Gavin Newsom's first budget proposal. CALmatters reporter Elizabeth Castillo explains reporting on the ...



Insight: The Big One Podcast / Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs / Sacramento Theatre Company Previews 'Oh, Freedom!'  Capital Public Radio News

We talk with the team behind KPCC's The Big One Podcast about earthquakes. Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs updates us on the state of the guaranteed income ...



Insight Special Coverage: Sacramentans Speak Out At City Council Meeting After DA, AG Decline To File Charges Against Officers  Capital Public Radio News

People began shouting "shut it down" during Tuesday's Sacramento City Council meeting, largely focused on the police response to Monday's Stephon Clark ...



Insight: Transgender Teen On Getting Healthcare / Legislative Analyst Mac Taylor / Musicians Mino Yanci And SOL Development  Capital Public Radio News

We look at an example how the health care system is struggling to keep up with transgender teenagers. We speak with retiring California legislative analyst Mac ...



Insight: Pamela Lopez On We Said Enough / Fair Political Practices Commission's AdWATCH / PolitiFact California / Armenian Food Festival  Capital Public Radio News

Pamela Lopez discusses sexual harassment. FPPC Chair Alice Germond tells us how the agency enforces election rules. PolitiFact California reporter Chris ...



Insight: State Of The City Recap / Author Barbara Van Driel / Sacramento French Film Festival Shorts  Capital Public Radio News

CapRadio reporters share community reaction to Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg's State of the City. Former FBI Special Agent Barbara Van Driel discusses ...



Insight: Political Junkie / Sac City School Budget Cuts / CalFire Update / Climate Change And Agriculture  Capital Public Radio News

Bruce Palmer prepares to tow a truck scorched by the Delta Fire on Interstate 5 in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest near Shasta Lake on Thursday, Sept.



Insight: Political Junkie / New Gender-Affirming Laws / 'Waitress' Dance Masterclass  Capital Public Radio News

Steven Good and Christine Dwyer in the Broadway On Tour presentation of WAITRESS at the Sacramento Community Center Theater. The show runs from Dec.



Insight: Wildfire Survivor Who Stayed In Paradise / Gun Violence Research / Holiday Wines / Musician Katie Knipp  Capital Public Radio News

Dr. Garen Wintemute, an emergency room physician at the University of California, Davis, Medical Center, poses for a photo at the hospital in Sacramento, Calif., ...



Refugee Resettlement In Sacramento  Capital Public Radio News

Sacramento is among top U.S. destinations for Middle Eastern refugees, with more expected to come as the fallout of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq –and the ...



Insight: Rent Control And Measure U / Butterflies And Climate Change / Artist Melissa Uroff / Nell Robinson And Jim Nunnally Perform  Capital Public Radio News

Reporter Bob Moffitt updates us on rent control and Measure U. Dr. Art Shapiro tells us about how climate change is affecting California's butterflies.



Insight: Capitol Chat / Sound Advice On The Jazz Congress / Playwright Dalrymple MacAlpin  Capital Public Radio News

We look at PG&E's bankruptcy plans and Gavin Newsom's first weeks in office with Ben Adler. Gary Vercelli shares some tracks he discovered at the Jazz ...



Slain deputy Danny Oliver remembered as dedicated cop with soft heart  Sacramento Bee

It was a Friday afternoon last October, and the Oliver family had just left home on vacation. Then came word that six police officers had been wounded during a ...



Insight: PolitiFact Lie Of The Year / Rebuilding After Wildfire / How Children Learn Language / Peter Petty Holiday Show  Capital Public Radio News

PolitiFact joins us to tell us about their Lie of the Year. We talk about how communities rebuild after wildfire. The UC Davis MIND Institute previews an event ...



Insight: Camp Fire Update / Camp Fire Victim Aid / Political Junkie / Cities You Wish You Were From  Capital Public Radio News

Tera Hickerson, right, and Columbus Holt embrace as they look at a board with information for services at a makeshift encampment outside a Walmart store for ...



Coroner identifies man found in Sacramento Taco Bell with fatal gunshot wounds  Sacramento Bee

The brother of a Sacramento man who wandered into an Oak Park fast-food restaurant with gunshot wounds on New Year's Day and later died at a local hospital ...



Insight Special: Experts React To Senate Judiciary Hearing On Dr. Ford's Allegations Of Sexual Assault By Judge Brett Kavanaugh  Capital Public Radio News

Insight hosts a special hour of programming with experts reacting to the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday over Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's ...



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