September 14, 2021 | Nicole Nixon
Tuesday is the final day for California voters to decide whether to keep Gov. Newsom. From the candidates trying to replace him, to whether the recall election is constitutional, we have the details.
Today is election day, and California voters will decide whether to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom. Here's how to vote (even if you still need to register) and track results when they come in (though we may not have the full picture tonight).
Hospitals Overwhelmed, Understaffed In Northern California As Younger Unvaccinated Residents Drive Delta Transmission
September 13, 2021 | Nina Sparling
As the virus spreads rapidly through communities with low vaccination rates, frontline workers are getting sick or having to quarantine after exposure, further stressing institutions and small businesses.
September 13, 2021 | Pauline Bartolone
Roughly 1,600 students at Sacramento City Unified schools have chosen to continue learning at home through the pandemic. But most of the kids remain without teacher assignments, and parents say the district has left many questions unanswered.
September 13, 2021 | Chris Nichols
The first batch of results should be released shortly after the polls close at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, but that won’t tell the full story.
The president will make a tour of the West Monday to survey wildfire damage, including a stop in Sacramento. He spoke at Mather Airport on the administration's response to fires.
Latinos in Woodland Were Hit Hard During The Pandemic. Here’s What They’re Thinking About The Recall.
September 12, 2021 | Sarah Mizes-Tan
The Latino community in Woodland carry the experience of significant job loss, illnesses and deaths due to the pandemic into California’s gubernatorial recall election.
September 12, 2021
The measure now heads to Gov. Gavin Newsom, who helped broker last minute negotiations.
September 12, 2021
The California eviction moratorium is scheduled to end after Sept. 30, but legislators aren’t planning to extend the protections for renters.
September 11, 2021 | Kris Hooks
It’s not clear where or when Steinberg contracted the highly contagious virus, but he said he received a positive test on Friday. The mayor, who turns 62 in October, said being fully vaccinated has kept severe symptoms at bay.
September 11, 2021
With so many disasters happening so frequently, many people are feeling overwhelmed or hopeless. Reflecting on what you can do personally to combat climate change may help, a psychiatrist says.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Showed Up At A Berkeley Encampment Sweep. Were The People Living There Moved Into Safe Housing?
September 11, 2021 | Sasha Hupka
The California Governor’s Office stated on Aug. 9, 2021: “California is moving folks out of encampments, into safe housing and getting them the mental health services they need.”
The Science Does Say Young People Should Receive The COVID-19 Vaccine, Contrary To Larry Elder’s False Claim
September 11, 2021 | Chris Nichols
Numerous leading scientific organizations including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend children, ages 12 and up, should receive the vaccine and wear masks at school to protect their health and slow the pandemic.
September 11, 2021
On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the nation pauses to remember. Ceremonies take place at memorials in New York City; in Shanksville, Pa.; and at the Pentagon.
California lawmakers wrapped up their work Friday night. Here’s a sample of what they passed — and what they didn’t.
Budget Package Guarantees $1B In Fire Prevention Funding This Year, At Least $200M Annually Moving Forward
September 10, 2021 | Scott Rodd
Wildfire prevention has taken a front-seat this budget season, after California saw a record 4.3 million acres burned last year. The state is on track to match that total this year.
California State Of Mind | Episode 39
September 10, 2021
California is a big state with big issues affecting next week's recall election: Wildfires, Covid, drought, and more. Reporters Scott Rodd and Emily Hoeven help break down the big issues.
A Natomas Teacher Wanted To Make Students ‘Revolutionaries.’ Here’s How The School Superintendent And Community Responded.
September 10, 2021 | A.V. Benford
A Natomas school board meeting erupted in hot emotion and was shut down abruptly by Superintendent Chris Evans last week. This came after what he says were numerous online threats leveled at staff, the board and their families.
September 9, 2021 | Vicki Gonzalez
UC Merced fire science professor Crystal Kolden talks with Insight host Vicki Gonzalez about why California’s fires are getting bigger, longer and more destructive, as well as explaining some solutions that are being discussed and applied.
With Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine approved by the FDA, some employers are looking to tie employment to vaccination requirements. However, things can get tricky with certain exemptions.