Krispy Kreme Hero Day
Today Krispy Kreme is asking people to take a picture with their hero to win free donuts for life. So we decided to drop off donuts to some heroes we know.
Manly Minute: 3 Tips to Prepare Kids for Tackle Football
It’s not like flag football! It takes mental preparation to get kids ready for the full-contact version of the sport. Ken explains.
The Daily List: 3 Superheroes Who Aren’t Around Anymore
It’s National Superhero Day today. We all grew up watching our favorites on TV or reading comic books, but superheroes date way back and some you’ve probably never heard of! On the Daily List this morning, see three of the first superheroes who aren’t around anymore! Read more
Ninjago Ride at Legoland California Resort
Ninjas wanted! We’ll find out how cutting-edge technology is changing amusement parks with the unveiling of Ninjago the Ride at Legoland California Resort. Before it opens to the public, we get a sneak peek at the ride. Families can experience the adventure themselves on May 5 when the attraction officially opens.
You know we love a good competition! Local designers will compete next week at the annual INSPIRE Women’s Luncheon.
INSPIRE! Annual Women’s Luncheon
Wednesday, May 4
Sacramento Children’s Museum
2701 Prospect Park Dr
More Info: (916) 638-7225
Comedian Josh Wolf
Comedian, actor, and writer Josh Wolf has become one of the most sought after personalities in comedy today. He joins us in the studio.
Punch Line Comedy Club
2100 Arden Way
Principal Shaves Head
A local principal is shaving his hair off. He’s getting a “tonsure” haircut, which is a cut that men and women get sometimes when they enter a monastery or convent. It symbolizes religious devotion or humility.
Ride for PTSF Kickoff
NO MAN RIDES ALONE!! Two local men are embarking on a bike ride from the state capitol to Quantico!! They will take off today and journey 2,700 miles to reach Virginia by June 10th — all in an effort to raise money and awareness for veterans suffering from PTSD!! Before they hit the road, the duo will be honored by the State Senate. We’re live before they head into the capitol, plus we’ll check out the vehicle and trailer that will follow them on their ride.
No Man Rides Alone
Kick Off Today 11am-1pm
Senator Ted Gaines Speaking at 11am
More Info About Ride: 916-672-6309
A bike on the water?! Schiller Bikes business boomed after being featured on the hit CBS reality show Amazing Race. Did you know they’re made right here in Northern California? Melissa will be live with a behind-the-scenes look at the process, and how they got started, and, of course, she’ll be hitting the water for a test drive. Don’t worry, we’re taking you along too from the comfort of your couch!
Facebook: Schiller Bikes
Devontae Booker NFL Draft
Grant high alum Devontae Booker is preparing for today’s NFL draft. He’s expected to go high in the first round. He’s definitely one of the best backs in the game. From Grant, he went to Fresno State for a couple years, came back and played for American River College and got his associates degree before transferring to the University of Utah!
The exclusive interview with Nick Gordon, the former boyfriend of Bobby Kristina, airs today.
Adoptable Sacramento SPCA Pet
6201 Florin Perkins Road
Stop Those Food Cravings
Leila Arcieri, a former model/actress who is now a self-taught food scientist created the first all-natural sweetener. Leila will chat about her tricks & treats to jump-start your healthy body project, just in time for summer.
We’re talking jewelry trends with a local stylist for Rockbox a jewelry subscription box!
Stylish kids clothes delivered to your door (think stitchfix for kids) and they promise to buy back every piece when your munchkin outgrows them.
Two local kids are trying to make the U.S. National Football team. We’ll check out their skills on the gridiron and see how Ken matches up. They are trying to raise money to travel to Ohio this summer to train with college coaches.
Help For African Girls
Girls coming of age in parts of Africa miss dozens of days of school a year because of one of the most natural things in the world: their menstrual cycle. It’s for no other reason than the shame that comes with not having access to sanitary napkins. So the 8th graders at Alice Birney School have started a project to help.