Misinformation surrounding the recall election is rampant online; CapRadio PolitiFact reporter Chris Nichols explains the truth behind the most egregious posts. Sacramento is home to the largest Afghan refugee community in the country, and we check in as they watch the Taliban take over Afghanistan. Plus, a look back at the late restaurateur Randy Paragary's contributions to Sacramento’s restaurant scene.
- CapRadio PolitiFact Reporter Chris Nichols breaks down the station’s new state recall election voter guide and the misinformation surrounding the recall process
- Jessie Tientcheu, Chief Executive Officer of Opening Doors, one of five refugee resettlement agencies in Sacramento, explains how the Taliban’s control of Afghanistan affects her work and the work of others helping refugees
- Haidar Ali Moradi, an Afghan refugee living in Sacramento, gives us his reaction to the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan. Haidar worked as a translator for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Afghanistan. He arrived in the US with his family on a Special Immigrant Visa after his life was threatened.
- Co-owner and Executive Chef at Origami Asian Grill, Scott Ostrander, and co-owner of de Vere's Irish Pub, Henry de Vere White, remember longtime Sacramento-based restaurateur Randy Paragary, who passed away last Friday at the age of 74