California launches a new 9-8-8 mental health crisis hotline as an alternative to 9-1-1 calls. We learn the impact of legal and illegal cannabis cultivation on the watershed across the state. Finally, a Sacramento native qualifies for the 2024 Summer Olympics breakdancing debut.
- CalMatters reporter Jocelyn Wiener on the state’s new “9-8-8” mental health crisis and suicide prevention hotline, which is designed to be an alternative to 9-1-1 calls
- Betsy Brunner with the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) shares the non-profit’s 2021 Cannabis Impact Survey on the watershed in Nevada County
- Catherine Caldwell and Jeremy Stinson with California State Parks' Cannabis Watershed Protection Program and Janice Mackey with California Department of Fish and Wildlife discuss statewide enforcement of illegal cannabis cultivation
- Sacramento native “b-boy Morris” joins us to talk about his journey as a breakdancing superstar, how he is training for breakdancing’s debut at the 2024 Summer Olympics and volunteering and mentorship of local breakdancers.