- Divisions between the local Ukrainian and Russian communities are rising since the international crisis in Europe. Slavic Community Center Director Valentine Kalinovsky is responding to the recent attacks targeting businesses of Eastern European origin here in the U.S. following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. He calls for peace in the US tensions and in Ukraine.
- Many questions remain over the mysterious death of a 22-year old Stanford Women's soccer player who was found dead in her campus residence. Katie Meyer, Stanford women’s soccer captain and senior majoring in international relations, is being remembered by teammates and coaches as "extraordinarily committed" and "larger than life" "in all of her pursuits." The University is not announcing Meyer’s cause or circumstances surrounding her death. Meyer made two key saves in a penalty shootout to help Stanford win the national championship in 2019, the video of her save going viral at the time of the win against North Carolina. The team gathered on Ueland Field the day her death was announced, many of the players emotional as they embraced and comforted one another.
- The Sacramento Kings are inviting fans to say a final goodbye to the old Arco Arena. Team officials say the March 19th event will include an outdoor party with a DJ and food trucks. Fans will have access to the arena which served as the longtime home of the Kings for 28 seasons. The team moved into the downtown Golden One Center in 2016. Arco Arena, also once known as Sleep Train Arena, has hosted more than 48-hundred events dating back to 1988. The Kings and the city of Sacramento are donating 35-acres of the land to California Northstate University. They plan to construct a medical school and a teaching hospital.
- Russian, Belarusian athletes barred from Beijing Paralympics IPC
- Personal recounts of living through the inflation of the 1980's and now
- A Florida teen who tracked Elon Musk’s private plane is now tracking the jets of Russian billionaires