Thanks for playing our Radio News Quiz, sponsored by Canyon Ranch Woodside. From all correct entries, we’ll randomly select one winner each month for a two-night weekend stay at Canyon Ranch Woodside, a wellness retreat in the Redwoods.

Answer Our Quiz Question

Listen to KQED on the radio throughout the day, then tune in at 5:49 pm for the daily news quiz question. Submit your answer below. Good luck!

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Tune in to KQED on the radio throughout the day. You can listen to us live on the air (San Francisco 88.5 FM, Sacramento 89.3 FM, Santa Rosa 88.3 FM), via our online radio stream, or from the KQED mobile app. Our radio schedule is available on kqed.org/radio/schedule.

The daily news question is announced at 5:49 pm every weekday. Send your answer to us using the form above for your chance to win!

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Prizes:

Winners of the KQED News Quiz in July-December receive the Special Canyon Ranch Woodside Just Be Here Experience. It includes three days, two nights at the Canyon Ranch Wellness Retreat in Woodside, California for two in shared Treehouse accommodations; $200 nightly resort credit per person towards spa, sports, and wellness services; three nutritious farm-fresh meals daily, and unlimited snacks and non-alcoholic beverages; Use of all facilities including the spa, indoor pool, and hiking trails; Over 20 complimentary activities daily including fitness classes, art classes, guided hikes, and wellness presentations; and complimentary on-site parking. Approximate prize value is $6,425. Restrictions: Stays valid Thursday through Monday only, based on availability at time of booking. Valid for 12 months from issuance. May be transferred.

Contest Rules:

To enter, submit your answer to the on-air question presented in the 5 pm hour weekdays; deadline for the day’s question is until 5 pm the following weekday. You may enter once per day. At the last day of the month, one winner will be randomly drawn from correct entries to receive the grand prize. Three grand prizes will be offered monthly for three months. Winner will be notified by e-mail. Multiple email attempts will be made to contact the winner, but if there is no response by the last day of the month, another winner will be picked. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter.

Curious how you did?

Here are previous answers:

June 10 Question: This weekend on Freakonomics Radio, Stephen Dubner dedicated the program to discussing the battle against which epidemic?

Answer: Opiods

June 11 Question: Last’s night’s On Shifting Ground with Ray Suarez explored how artifical intelligence could sway what this fall?

Answer: Elections

June 12 Question: Today’s Morning Edition explored the reasons behind the increased sales of which cosmetic to younger consumers?

Answer: Perfume

June 13 Question: Deepa Fernandez on Here and Now this morning spoke to Representative Jimmy Gomez, best known for what congressional caucus?

Answer: Dads Caucus

June 14 Question: Today on Morning Edition, Steve Inskeep spoke to Bill Gates about his plans to build a nuclear power plant in what state?

Answer: Wyoming

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