September 8, 2021 | Nicole Nixon
The Vice President campaigned against the upcoming recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom during a visit to the Bay Area onWednesday. Democrats are linking the outcome of the recall to national issues like reproductive and voting rights.
September 8, 2021
Attorneys in the fast-growing wildfire litigation industry are racing to recruit victims of fires ravaging parts of Northern California, and they're promising to take on a familiar target: PG&E.
September 3, 2021 | Randol White
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.
September 3, 2021 | Manola Secaira
Conversations around the massive wildfires plaguing California have evolved substantially the past few years. Researchers say rising temperatures will only increase conditions that fuel these catastrophes years to come.
California State Of Mind | Episode 38
September 3, 2021
California is known for innovation, but some say more is needed to address its drought-ridden future – especially when it comes to the state’s agriculture industry. California’s Food and Ag Secretary Karen Ross shares some ideas.
September 2, 2021 | Scott Rodd
Some evacuation orders have been downgraded or lifted in western El Dorado County.
Students returning to California’s publicly-owned four-year college and university campuses this fall will be required to show proof of vaccination. Most students attending community college in the state won’t have the same safeguard.
No, California Program Designed To Help Voters With Disabilities Isn’t A ‘Security Concern’ As Recall Candidate Larry Elder Suggested
September 2, 2021 | Chris Nichols
Elder promoted a claim without evidence that the program has sparked security concerns because it allows people to download a ballot. Election and disability rights experts rejected that claim.
September 2, 2021
The San Juan Unified School District in Sacramento, Calif., says officials believe some of the district's students have been able to leave since the U.S. evacuation ended Tuesday.
Q&A: School Starts In Less Than A Week In Plumas County, Families Who Lost Homes In The Dixie Fire Living In Hotels, Cars
September 2, 2021
School starts in less than a week in Plumas County, and families who lost their homes in the Dixie Fire have nowhere to go and are now living in hotels and cars. Those who do have homes are returning to frequent power outages and more.
September 1, 2021
Researchers have already seen drops in Lake Tahoe’s clarity during the fires, although it may be temporary. The damage could last years, but its extent depends on how much burns and releases soot into its famous blue waters.
September 1, 2021
Long underpaid and underappreciated, substitute teachers are key to keeping schools open this year. But a shortage of subs has created another layer of chaos to this pandemic school year.
September 1, 2021 | Nicole Nixon
Surveys have shown Republican voters are more engaged on the recall than Democratic voters. Polling experts say that could make the race much closer than originally expected. But will it really?
Wildfires Have Displaced Thousands Of El Dorado County Voters. If You’re One of Them, Here’s How You Can Still Participate In The Recall Election.
August 31, 2021 | Chris Nichols
Displaced El Dorado County voters can request a new mail ballot by email or phone. They can also pick one up at the county’s ‘pop up vote centers’ at evacuation centers.
August 31, 2021 | Janelle Salanga
As the Caldor Fire grows, here’s what you need to know about evacuations, evacuation centers and resources for evacuees.
August 31, 2021 | Andrew Nixon
As the Caldor Fire crossed Echo Summit into Christmas Valley, here’s what it looked like on the ground.
August 31, 2021
President Biden will address the nation on his decision to pull U.S. troops out of Afghanistan by Aug. 31. He is being criticized for leaving before all Americans were evacuated.
August 30, 2021
The United States Forest Service announced it is closing all of California's national forests to the public starting Tuesday, Aug. 31 at 11:59 p.m. The closure is in place until Sept. 17 but could be extended.
August 30, 2021 | Gary G. Vercelli
Saxophonist Mindi Abair is a two-time Grammy nominee who has worked with artists as diverse as Duran Duran, Lalah Hathaway, the Backstreet Boys and Aerosmith.
August 29, 2021 | Chris Nichols
Nicole Gee graduated from Oakmont High School in 2016. She was described as a “hometown hero,” by her former principal.