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  • Grand Marshal for Sacramento Pride

    Stuart Milk, LGBT advocate and Harvey Milk Foundation, stopped by to chat with Christianne and Bethany about their involvement with Sacramento Pride. Background The Harvey Milk Foundation was established by Harvey’s nephew Stuart Milk and Harvey’s campaign manager Anne Kronenberg. Stuart, like Harvey has chosen to speak out as an openly gay advocate for not only the LGBT community but the collective communities of people who remain marginalized or diminished by inequality in the law as well as societal inequality. […]

  • Defense Products for Women and Kids

    Christianne is in the studio with Independent Damsel Pro Ebony Wright from Damsel in Defense, a company that caters to the safety of women and children. The company’s goal is to equip women with products that can empower them, empower women to protect themselves and educate women by encouraging them to back up their purchases with self-defense training. Damsel in Defense reports that a violent crime occurs every 26 seconds, 1 in 3 women experience domestic violence from their partners, […]

  • Barriers to Mental Health

    Christianne is in the studio with Tonya Elliot-Walker, clinical director for the University of Phoenix Sacramento Valley Campus Counseling Skills Center, talking about mental health and the different barriers people face. According to a 2015 University of Phoenix College of Social Sciences survey, two-thirds (67 percent) of U.S. adults cite personal experience dealing with mental health issues. However, this same survey found 42 percent of Americans who seek counseling experience barriers or obstacles to care. Top barriers according to U.S. adults […]

  • Cocoa Brown Performing at Tommy T’s

    TV Star and Comedian Cocoa Brown is performing at Tommy T’s in Rancho Cordova Friday May 27 – May 29. If she looks familiar you may have caught her starring in “Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse” on the Oprah Winfrey Network, last summer’s blockbuster “Ted 2” and “American Crime Story: People v. OJ Simpson”, which was a mega-smash on the FX Network.

  • Interview with Cat Deeley

    Christianne and Bethany are chatting with “So You Think You Can Dance” host Cat Deeley. They are back for their 13th season premiering on May 30 … with a twist. This season will be all kids from ages 8 to 13. Each dancer will work alongside an All-Star favorite from the past.

  • Michael Tubbs Presents Platform in Campaign for Stockton Mayor

    Stockton Mayoral candidate Michael Tubbs stops by the FOX40 studios to talk about his platform in his campaign for the city’s top spot.

  • Congressman Ami Bera Presents Platform

    Mae and Christianne are sitting down with Congressman Ami Bera to hear his platform for reelection to the 7th Congressional District. Rep. Bera prides himself on the work his team has don to help the elderly, veterans and even just regular people worried about things such as supporting their children financially in college. Rep. Bera’s office has helped to return $3 million to taxpayers who were owed Social Security checks, veterans compensation, tax refunds, or other payments from the government […]

  • SactoMoFo: Cowtown Creamery

    Christianne is outside in the Cowtown Creamery food truck checking out their goodies. SactoMoFo is Saturday May 21 from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. This year’s event will be held at Discovery Park and will feature over 40 of Sacramento and the Bay Area’s favorite trucks, multiple beer islands with craft beer options benefiting Front Street Animal Shelter, City of Sacramento, live entertainment, and more.

  • Davis Pride Festival

    Christianne is outside with the band One Sharp Mind and Sandre Nelson getting the details of the upcoming Davis Pride Festival. Davis Pride Festival will be Sunday, May 22, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Central Park, on C Street between 3rd and 5th streets in Davis. The day-long festival will feature live entertainment on two stages, a vendor fair, food court; the Lasher’s Elk Grove Subaru/Jeep/Dodge Pet Pavilion, featuring free pet adoptions through the Yolo County SPCA and a […]