Political Junkie Ken Rudin talks about Trump's first weekend as President; the last Ghost Ship fire survivor continues his battle in a hospital; the National Weather Services gives latest storm totals and Bacon Fest is back in Sac for its sixth year.
It has been an up-and-down weekend for President Trump as he signed his first executive order, argued with the media over inauguration turnout and faced heat from ethics scholars seeking legal action over his foreign business interests.
One of the last to escape the Ghostship fire in Oakland alive remains in a San Francisco hospital. His parents, Bill and Wendi Maxwell travel from Stockton everyday to visit him. They join us to talk about life post-fire.
Three storms hit the Sacramento region causing serious damage to trees, increased massive snow and rain totals for the winter and created headaches for drivers. Chris Smallcomb with the National Weather Service Reno updates us on rain totals.
Bacon Fest returns to Sacramento this week for its 6th time, promising a series of bacon-related dishes and parties. Brian Guido, Baconfest co-founder joins us to discuss this year’s festivities.