Marijuana Ruling The California State
Supreme Court's unanimous ruling Monday on the case of
City of Riverside v. Inland Empire Patients Health and Wellness
Center allows cities to regulate and restrict the marijuana
industry. The ruling is expected to draw new dispensary bans from
communities across the state. We'll talk about what happens next
with Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan, who opposes
dispensaries in the county.
News Network More updates in the case
of a murdered eight-year-old girl in Calaveras County.
Joel Metzger from the Calaveras Enterprise joins us with Tim Daly of News 10 to explain the case.
Syria's civil war has
displaced and deterred university students and faculty, creating a
lack of educated citizens to rebuild the country once the internal
conflict is over. This leaves Syrian refugees and outside nations
worrying the country will fall into the hands of extremists and
ideologists as a brain drain continues. Joining us to explain the
civil wars effect on Syrian universities is a former assistant dean
in the faculty of pharmacology at Aleppo University, Amal Alchkar
"The Lake House"
Local author Marci Nault's
debut novel, "The Lake House,"
is being released today and
there will be a book launch at Gallery 2110 in Sacramento on
Friday, May 10. "The Lake House" tells the story of an unlikely
friendship between two outcasts from different generations who
learn to face their demons and create their own family. We'll talk
with Marci about her work.
"The 24 Hour Plays"
Sands Hall, an
accomplished writer, musician, and thespian, returns to writing and
directing for the stage with "The 24 Hour Plays," on Wednesday, May 8 at the
. The play features the talents of many of
Nevada's Counties most prominent actors, directors, and writers.
It's also an important fundraiser for the Miner's Foundry, a 150
year old cultural center in downtown Nevada City.