All Things Considered 2006-11-14


 
Tuesday, November 14, 2006

    Part of Series

  • Business Journal: Kings To Unveil New Energy Drink
    A new energy drink will be hitting the market soon … branded by the Sacramento Kings.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006
  • Real Time Cameras At Busy Intersections
    If you’re worried about how sluggish the commute is at Watt and Fair Oaks or some of the other busy intersections in Sacramento, you can now use your computer to see what traffic looks like in real time.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006
  • 911 Call Centers Overloaded
    Local public safety officials say 911 emergency communications systems in the Sacramento area suffer from peak overloads and delays in transferring some calls to the proper agencies.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006
  • Emergency Exercise Takes Place Around State
    Sacramento is one of about a half-dozen areas around the state where first responders will practice reacting to large-scale emergencies.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006
  • Lawmakers May Try To Block 49ers Move
    Senator Dianne Feinstein says she may introduce legislation to try and keep the 49ers in San Francisco.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006
  • City Reveals New I-5 Bridging Plans
    Sacramento city planners Wednesday will unveil their designs for a deck over Interstate 5 that would link Old Sacramento with the Downtown area.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006
  • Record Low Voter Turnout Predicted
    The votes from last week haven’t all been tallied, but it’s looking as if voter turnout may have hit a low for a California general election….and some pollsters say it’s a trend that’s likely to continue.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006
  • Business Journal: Hotel Projects Hits A Snag
    Construction of the Roseville Embassy Suites and convention center has stalled.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006
  • Governor Says More Bi-Partisanship On the Way
    In a post-election policy speech, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger indicated the bi-partisanship that brought bond measures to the ballot will continue with state lawmakers next year. But some analysts aren’t so sure that can happen.
    Tuesday, November 14, 2006