At the Inauguration Capital Public Radio's State Government Reporter Ida Lieszkovszky joins us live from Sacramento's Memorial Auditorium just before Jerry Brown is sworn in as 39th Governor of California.
Inaugural Analysis As Jerry Brown is sworn into office today, we'll get history and analysis from Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Walters. What should Californians expect from the 39th Governor of California, especially when he faces a $28 million budget shortfall?
Painter Don Bachardy After Jerry Brown's first go-round as Governor of California, he commissioned painter Don Bachardy to do his official portrait. The resulting painting is unlike any other official portrait hanging in the state capitol. As Brown gets ready to take office again, we'll talk with Bachardy about his role in history.
Homeland Security Research A UC Davis scientist is adapting his technology for screening the contents of wine bottles for homeland security purposes. We'll talk with Matt Augustine about it.