Valley Edition

Valley Edition
2:32 pm
Tue February 7, 2012

On Valley Edition: LGBT Youth Suicides; Jesse Morrow Mountain; Arts Visalia

This week on Valley Edition we look at the steps parents and educators are taking to stop bullying of teens, especially over their sexual orientation. We'll also learn about the controversial plan to mine a scenic and culturally significant mountain on Highway 180 near Reedley and Sanger. We'll close the program with a profile of Arts Visalia's upcoming "Sofa Art" show.

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Valley Edition
2:28 pm
Tue January 31, 2012

On Valley Edition: Worst Place to Find a Job; UC Merced; Storytellers Project

This week on Valley Edition, we talk about whether the Valley is the worst place in the US to find a job, as US News and World Report claims in a new article. We talk with UC Merced's new chancellor about the efforts at the campus to boost the region's economy. And we close the program with a report about a theater project in Sanger that aims to bring people together over the topic of hunger, in a land of agricultural abundance.

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Valley Edition
2:20 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

On Valley Edition: High Speed Rail; Foster Care; The Germ

This week on Valley Edition, we talk about the recent critical report about the state's high speed rail plan, and get an international perspective from a Fresno Bee reporter who recently returned from Spain where he reported on the successes and failures of that country's bullet train system. We'll also talk about efforts to ensure the safety of children in protective care in California.

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Valley Edition
8:26 am
Tue January 17, 2012

On Valley Edition: Air Quality; Veterans Home; Energy Upgrade

This week on Valley Edition we talk about this winter's especially poor air quality and learn what residents can do to stay healthy. We'll also talk about the once again stalled Fresno Veterans Home, and a program to help Valley residents make their homes more energy efficient. 

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Valley Edition
2:11 pm
Tue January 10, 2012

On Valley Edition: Postal Service Cutbacks; Redevelopment's Demise; Hospice Care

This week on Valley Edition we talk about the plans to dramatically remake the US Postal service by cutting post offices, mail sorting facilities, and even weekend delivery. We'll also talk about the eminent demise of the state's redevelopment agencies, and the importance of hospice care in the Valley.

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Valley Edition
3:12 pm
Tue January 3, 2012

On Valley Edition; Health & Wellness, Pecha Kucha in Fresno

This week on Valley Edition we'll hear tips for health and wellness for the New Year, as well as lifelong learning options for Valley residents in Fresno and Bakersfield. We'll also find out what the buzz about Pecha Kucha is all about and why it's taking Fresno by storm.

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Valley Edition
3:25 pm
Tue December 20, 2011

On Valley Edition: Holiday Crime; Imagine U Children's Museum

This week on Valley Edition, we look at the dangers of crime this holiday season, talk about how holiday shopping is boosting the sales of local Valley merchants, and profile the ImagineU Children's Museum in Visalia. 

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Valley Edition
4:26 pm
Tue December 13, 2011

On Valley Edition: Academics Versus Athletics; Helping Those In Need

This week on Valley Edition we talk about the challenges of balancing academics and athletics at NCAA Division I schools, and hear from Fresno State President John Welty and CSUB President Horace Mitchell. We also talk about efforts to help those in need this holiday season.

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Valley Edition
4:34 pm
Tue December 6, 2011

On Valley Edition: Shrinking Streets; First 5 Gets Reprieve; Stories of Service

This week on Valley Edition we talk about why many Fresno roadways are getting smaller, thanks to something called "road diets" and the move towards "complete streets." We'll also learn about how a recent court case is good news for Fresno's First 5 program, and talk about stories of service from Valley veterans. 

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Valley Edition
4:39 pm
Tue November 29, 2011

On Valley Edition: Truancy Solutions; Shop Local; Holiday Lights

This week on Valley Edition we talk about solutions to the truancy problems that plague local school districts, as well as efforts to boost shoppers at locally owned businesses, as well as the annual "holiday lights" show at the California Living Museum in Bakersfield. 

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Valley Edition
4:45 pm
Tue November 22, 2011

On Valley Edition: Occupy Central Valley; CSU Academics; Keep Bakersfield Beautfiul

This week on Valley Edition we talk with the organizers of Occupy Fresno and Occupy Bakersfield and learn more about their protests. We also talk about the controversial plan to consolidate academic programs at Fresno State and other CSU campuses. We also talk about the effort to stop litter with Keep Bakersfield Beautiful.

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Valley Edition
4:51 pm
Tue November 15, 2011

On Valley Edition: Fresno County Health Funding; Teatro Obesity

This week on Valley Edition, we hear an in-depth report on Fresno County's decision to become the only county in the state not to pursue federal funding for a new low-income health program. We'll also hear about a new theater program that takes on the issue of obesity in the Valley's Latino community.

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Valley Edition
5:06 pm
Tue November 8, 2011

On Valley Edition: Prison Realignment; Sewage Sludge; Veterans Stories

This week on Valley Edition we talk about the state's new prison "realignment" plan and also efforts to amend California's 3 Strikes law. We also learn more about the on-going saga of sewage sludge from Southern California that is being trucked to Kern County and spread on area farmland. 

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Valley Edition
6:11 pm
Tue November 1, 2011

On Valley Edition: Splitting Up California; Downtown Fresno

This week on Valley Edition we talk about the recent resurgence of an old idea, splitting up the Golden State, with the authors of a new book called "California Crackup." We'll also talk about the continuing effort to revitalize downtown Fresno.

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Valley Edition
6:20 pm
Tue October 25, 2011

On Valley Edition: California Dream Act; Child Abuse; Hmong Writers

This week on Valley Edition we talk about the state's new law, the "California Dream Act" which would allow students who came to the country as children illegally access to financial aid at state colleges and universities. We also hear about the link between the recession and an increase in cases of child abuse. And we close our program with a story on the Hmong American Writers Circle, and a new literary anthology called "How Do I Begin."

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Valley Edition
6:26 pm
Tue October 18, 2011

On Valley Edition: Federal Court Backlog; Air Pollution; California ShakeOut

This week on Valley Edition we talk about how political gridlock in Washington D.C. has created an unprecedented backlog at the Federal Courthouse in Fresno. Recently retired justice Oliver Wanger joins us for this special report. We also look at a new study that links spikes in air pollution with stays at local hospitals.

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Valley Edition
4:16 pm
Tue October 11, 2011

On Valley Edition: Ending Homelessness; Water Quality; Fresno Fair

On this week's Valley Edition we talk about efforts to end homelessness in the Valley. We also hear about the big water pollution problems facing the communities of rural Tulare County, and get a preview of the Big Fresno Fair.

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Valley Edition
4:22 pm
Tue October 4, 2011

On Valley Edition: High Speed Rail Jobs; Reforming California

This week on Valley Edition, we talk about the job creation potential of California's planned high speed rail system with Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin. We also learn about plans to train the Valley's workforce to be ready for the hundreds of construction jobs that the project will create. Also on this week's program we look at the 100th anniversary of California's revolutionary experiment with direct democracy by looking ahead to the next century of reforms.

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Valley Edition
4:27 pm
Tue September 27, 2011

On Valley Edition: Needle Exchange Controversy; Education Gap

This week on Valley Edition we talk about a controversial needle exchange program in Fresno, a new study that sheds light on the Valley's education gap, and what it has to do with the local jobless problem. 

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Valley Edition
4:32 pm
Tue September 20, 2011

On Valley Edition: Raw Foods Movement Comes to Valley; Heart Procedures; Legally Blonde

Segment 1: Raw Food & Slow Food: Steps to a Better Diet

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