Morning Edition 2006-04-28


 
Friday, April 28, 2006

    Part of Series

  • Tahoe Homeowner Fined For Tree Poisonings
    A Silicon Valley executive has agreed to pay a $50,000 fine for poisoning trees to enhance the view from his Lake Tahoe home.
    Thursday, April 27, 2006
  • State Senate Recognizes Boycott
    While Congress fights it out over immigration reform, state lawmakers are also heavily involved in the debate - including a new Senate resolution recognizing May first as “The Great American Boycott 2006.”
    Thursday, April 27, 2006
  • Business Journal: McClatchy Sale Challenged
    The Newspaper Guild is calling on state and federal regulators to scrutinize the McClatchy Corporation’s proposed sale of four newspapers.
    Thursday, April 27, 2006
  • Health Clinic For Farm Workers Ends
    Su Salud - a program that provides free medical screenings to Central Valley migrant workers and their families is coming to an end after 23-years.
    Friday, April 28, 2006
  • Commentary: "Warriors Don't Cry"
    Commentator Ginger Rutland recently read "Warriors Don't Cry" with students at Kennedy High School. The book is about the integration of Central High School in Little Rock Arkansas in 1957, a subject Ginger thought she knew.
    Friday, April 28, 2006
  • Local Business Leaders Lobbying For Flood Dollars
    Over 400 Sacramento area business and community leaders leave for Washington DC Saturday for the annual Capitol-to-Capitol lobbying trip.
    Friday, April 28, 2006
  • Pianist And Educator Gwendolyn Mok Offers Rare Recital
    Gwendolyn Mok has always considered herself primarily a performer. But she's also a talented teacher. Lately she's been devoting more time to education and less to performing, which makes her April 30 recital at Sac State rare.
    Friday, April 28, 2006