Tributes To Chuck Berry Pour In: 'One Of My Big Lights Has Gone Out'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2CdjOX8kas Chuck Berry, the legendary musician who was one of the founders of rock and roll, died Saturday night at age 90. Almost immediately, the tributes started rolling in from some of the most famous names in music. Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger wrote that he was "so sad" to hear of Berry's passing. "I want to thank him for all the inspirational music he gave to us. He lit up our teenage years, and blew life into our dreams of being musicians and...

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Fort Ord, CA – This Memorial Day holiday brings news on efforts to build a cemetary at Fort Ord. A lack of money has stymied plans for the cemetary for almost 10 years, but now state and federal lawmakers say they have a plan -- a third way, as they describe it -- to get funding for the cemetary. KAZU's John Sepulvado reports.

Monterey, CA – This weekend, the Monterey Bay Aquarium wants you to think about the fish you eat - not the fish you see in the tanks. It's the Aquarium's annual Cooking for Solutions event, which focuses attention on sustainable seafood. KAZU's Ben Adler speaks with Rick Bayless, host of Mexico: One Plate at a Time on PBS, founder of Frontera Grill and Topolobampo in downtown Chicago and the honored chef at Cooking for Solutions 2006.

Monterey, CA – Jim Bogart with the local Grower-Shipper Association, United Farm Workers vice president Efrem Barajas and former White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta react to President Bush's speech Monday night on immigration.

Sacramento, CA – After months of bickering and bargaining, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and the state legislature finally agreed on a series of bond measures late Thursday night - or, since it was sometime around 3am, let's say early Friday morning. The governor first proposed what he calls his Strategic Growth Plan at his State of the State address in January.

Monterey, CA – "I was born in 1924. And this is the dirtiest political race I've ever seen." -- from the documentary "Swing State Ohio"

Sacramento, CA – After several news reports and three audits suggesting the University of California system abused its own pay rules, several state lawmakers called Wednesday for the resignation of UC President Robert Dynes. The reports and audits show UC administrators gave senior officials millions of dollars of bonuses and perks. KAZU's Ben Adler speaks with one of the most visible lawmakers on this topic has been State Senator Abel Maldonado, a Republican who represents the Central Coast.

Salinas, CA – More than 10-thousand people marched through the streets of Salinas Monday, rallying for immigration reform in the city's biggest organized march since the days of Cesar Chavez. The march emptied the fields, closed businesses and made East Salinas look like a neighborhood celebrating a major holiday. KAZU's Ben Adler reports.

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Salinas, CA – "Salinas is seen as almost a mystical place by the NF. It's sort of - I wouldn't equate it with Mecca, so much, but it is Salas - S-A-L-A-S. You see Salas tattooed on a gang member, he's got immediate credibility."
-- From the documentary "Nuestra Familia: Our Family"

Monterey, CA – The Monterey County Herald will have a new owner this summer - Denver-based MediaNews. Knight Ridder agreed to sell all of its newspapers - including the Herald and San Jose Mercury News - to the McClatchy Company last month. McClatchy announced Wednesday it would re-sell four of those papers. MediaNews will pay a billion dollars in cash - with backing from the Hearst Corporation. KAZU's Ben Adler reports.

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