Morning Edition 2006-09-29


 
Friday, September 29, 2006

    Part of Series

  • New Program To Cover Uninsured Kids
    A new program aimed at guaranteeing no child in Sacramento County goes uninsured is getting off to a slow start.
    Thursday, September 28, 2006
  • Angelides Keeps Up Call to Bring Troops Home
    Gubernatorial candidate Phil Angelides took his anti-war message to Sacramento City College Thursday. And he defended what his opponents are calling a desperate political stunt.
    Thursday, September 28, 2006
  • Community-based Film Festival Is Ticket To The Big Screen
    The annual "A Place Called Sacramento" film festival offers budding local filmmakers the opportunity to screen their work at a packed Crest Theatre. Access Sacramento's Ron Cooper and one of this year's filmmakers preview Sunday's event.
    Thursday, September 28, 2006
  • Plans For Shingle Springs Casino Advance
    An agreement between the Miwok Indian tribe and El Dorado County officials clears the way for a new casino in Shingle Springs.
    Thursday, September 28, 2006
  • Primakov Primed For Big Time
    The rising young pianist from Russia, Vassily Primakov, showcased his sometimes bombastic, sometimes refined style with concerts at the Mondavi Center.
    Thursday, September 28, 2006
  • Commentary: Luis Rodriguez' Salvation
    Street gangster turned poet Luis J. Rodriguez spoke at Luther Burbank High School last week. Commentator Ginger Rutland was in the audience.
    Friday, September 29, 2006
  • Business Journal: Tribe Vows To Preserve Land
    The tribe that owns Cache Creek Casino has announced an effort to preserve the agricultural nature of its valley.
    Friday, September 29, 2006