Ponderosa Fire In Butte County Is Still Blazing And Residents Are Still Evacuating
Cal Fire arrested a man earlier this week. He's accused of starting a campfire outside a designated region. But now 10 homes are destroyed and evacaution orders are still effect. Two families are leaving their homes.
Reporter Adia White
You might remember we told you yesterday that Senator Dianne Feinstein took heat for saying President Trump could become a good president. Well, Senator Kamala Harris spoke to a friendly crowd in Oakland yesterday and let's just say, she feels differently on the subject of President Trump..
Reporter Marisa Lagos
A Bill, If Passed, Could Let Teenagers Sleep in
It turns out experts recommend that teens get a minimum of 8.5 hours each night. And a California state legislator wants to help make that happen. SB 328, authored by Senator Portantino, would require all California public middle and high schools start no earlier than 8:30 each day...Matthew Green wrote about all this on The Lowdown, KQED's news education blog
Reporters John Sepulvado and Matthew Green
A State Supreme Court decision this week could make it easier to raise some local taxes by getting rid of a two-thirds vote now required.
Reporter Guy Marzorati
Weather has been getting hotter due to climate change. But it's not just temperatures and water levels rising, animals like Pika are disappearing.
Reporter Lesley McClurg