All Things Considered Anchor/Reporter
Randol White is an award-winning broadcast journalist with more than two decades of radio, television, web and print experience. He is a Northern California native with a lifelong connection to the Sacramento and Reno/Tahoe areas with several immediate family members also calling this portion of the state home. While growing up, his grandparents lived in Tahoe City and Sparks, his brother, a Sac State alum, settled in Elk Grove, and his parents retired in Lincoln.
Prior to coming to CapRadio, Randol was the first-ever news director at KCBX Public Radio on California’s Central Coast. He spearheaded a newsroom from the ground up, based on NPR-style reporting guidelines blended with a strong focus on the issues and topics important to his local audience. During his tenure, Randol won the prestigious first-place Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI) Award for his creative writing and use of sound.
Earlier in his career, Randol anchored and reported at stations in California, Wisconsin, and Oregon.
Randol’s broadcast career began in 1995 on California’s North Coast, while hosting a weekly news-talk program on NPR affiliate KHSU. During that time, he simultaneously produced television newscasts and hosted a public affairs show at Eureka’s KVIQ CBS 17. He landed his first full-time television-anchoring job at Medford, Oregon’s KTVL CBS 10 in 1996. Over the years, he has also reported and anchored at several stations within the San Francisco Bay Area, including KGO AM 810, KTVU Fox 2, and NBC Bay Area.
When Randol isn’t working on his next radio news piece, he’s likely riding his bicycle throughout the area. A proud bike commuter for more than 30 years, Randol chaired the City of San Luis Obispo’s Bicycle Advisory Committee. This passion for multimodal transportation also led to his holding a seat on the city’s Mass Transportation Committee.
Randol can often be spotted shopping for veggies with his husband Ricardo at Sacramento’s Sunday morning farmers’ market under the freeway.
October 22, 2021
Sacramento is trying to court filmmakers to bring their projects to the city by offering grants and other incentives.
October 20, 2021
Renters are struggling to make ends meet with ballooning rental costs. According to a study by Zillow, Sacramento’s Black renters wages aren’t increasing fast enough to match higher rents.
October 14, 2021
The overwhelming evidence shows COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective for adults children 12 and up, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention.
September 27, 2021
Dr. Erica Pan, the state epidemiologist and deputy director of the California Department of Public Health Center for Infectious Diseases, spoke with CapRadio about California's current COVID-19 situation and what the future might hold.
September 15, 2021
As California Secretary of State, Dr. Shirley Weber runs elections for the state. Part of her job now is reacting to claims of potential voter fraud and educating voters about the process.
September 3, 2021
About 27 Sacramento County Afghan American students may still be in Afghanistan. San Juan Unified School District's Melissa Bassanelli spoke with Randol White about efforts to get in touch with these students in the Taliban-held country.
August 14, 2021
The dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law says California's recall election process denies voters an equal say in who should be governor.
July 28, 2021
Many employees in California are shifting back into the office after more than a year of working from home but how will workplace dress codes adapt to the more casual clothing choices popular during the stay-at-home orders.
July 23, 2021
A bill authored by Democratic state Sen Scott Wiener would decriminalize the possession and personal use of certain psychedelic drugs like LSD, psilocybin and MDMA.
June 18, 2021
Last November, Stockton’s high-profile mayor, Democrat Michael Tubbs, lost his re-election campaign. The upset came as a surprise to some — but not those who closely follow the online publication 209 Times.