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CapRadio's Nick Miller and Bob Moffitt walk us through the conflict between the Sacramento County Inspector General, Sheriff and Board of Supervisors that came to a head at yesterday's Supervisors mee... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

Focusing on what you already have, meaningful connections with others and the here and now, will leave you less likely to see anything but the wonder of what’s right in front of you. When you’re appre... read more

Leading again

He now serves as president of the My Carolina Alumni Association — a decade after serving as student body president ... lived in Clemson for generations and are huge fans. So the thought that I would ... read more

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Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

In one instance, a prosecutor showed the court a Powerpoint presentation of party photos that had been posted on Facebook by a 20-year-old defendant after he nearly killed another driver in a three-ca... read more


Denver councilman: Rein in medical marijuana

“I don’t think we stop people from having access,” Brown, just back in his office after visiting a dispensary, told me. “But we do need to have some oversight.” He’s right. As we’ll detail tomorrow, t... read more

When the Entire Democratic Party Was Like Donald Trump

Drugs flowed freely. Illegal immigration was rampant. Criminal immigrants, deported after committing crimes in America, returned the very next day to commit crimes again. President Clinton is making o... read more

How much retirement savings do you really need?

Dallas Salisbury, president of the Employee Benefit Research Institute, explains that people need to save much more than what was previously suggested. In the past, individuals were told they would li... read more

Stories for January 2013

Just two weeks after pleading guilty in a major federal fraud case ... Wertz Realty Investments sold the antique store building and parking lot at 1613 Lincoln Blvd. for more than $11 million to Centu... read more

ANNUAL ADDRESS TO THE FACULTY

We initiated a program known as S.O.S. – Student One-Stop Service – designed to improve ... On Oct. 6 we will initiate the new USC History Project in Founders Park. At that time we will rededicate the ... read more

Seymour fined $7,500 for pulling Clady’s hair

After Clady was tripped up by a body splayed behind him, Seymour reached down and yanked on the long hair dangling beneath Clady’s helmet. read more

Learn something new ‘On the Horseshoe’

From that, the pair created a booklet for USC Libraries for ... with the majority of the students.” Following his failed bid for president of the university in 1855, Lieber moved to New York with most ... read more

Sound Advice: Jeff Hudson

Capital Public Radio’s Arts & Theater Critic Jeff Hudson joins us for this week’s Sound Advice ... in the concert hall – they are also music that almost every serious student of the cello studies and ... read more



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