Severe Winter Weather Updates, Sacramento Mayor On How The City Is Sheltering Unhoused Residents / Grading ‘Project Roomkey’ Under Governor Newsom / MF DOOM Tribute, Music, Artists To Watch For In 2021
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A tree lays across 21st Street in Midtown after it fell due to the recent winter storm on Jan. 27, 2021.
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The severe winter storm in Northern California reached winds of up to 70 mph, knocking over trees, fences and power lines. It also highlighted how the region is caring for those living without shelter; we survey the damage and talk with Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg about how the city is caring for its unhoused residents, including a look at Project Roomkey under Governor Newsom. Plus, a tribute to recently passed influential rapper MF Doom and modern music highlights this year.
- CapRadio News Editor Kris Hooks checks-in on the damage caused by the winter storm in Northern California and how unhoused residents were affected after winds of up to 70 mph knocked over trees, fences, and power lines
- Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg on the available warming centers and shelters and how the city is caring for those that are homeless
- CapRadio PolitiFact California Reporter Chris Nichols discusses Project Roomkey, a program that has leased hotel rooms for unhoused Californians, and if it’s worked under Governor Newsom during the pandemic
- Loaves and Fishes Advocacy Director Joseph Smith on the needs of those that are unhoused during the winter storm
- CapRadio Assistant Program Director and Modern Music Director Nick Brunner pays tribute to recently deceased rapper MF Doom and highlights new music in 2021