Homelessness Takes Center Stage In State Of The State Speech
Governor Gavin Newsom delivered his second State Of The State speech in Sacramento yesterday. It was a break with tradition both in style and substance. The governor promised to put homelessness at the top of his agenda this year.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati, KQED
Trump Woos Ag Community In Bakersfield
At a rally in Bakersfield yesterday, the president took aim at Governor Gavin Newsom and other California officials. He riled up local farmers and residents eager to hear him make good on a promise to deliver more water to the Central Valley.
Reporter: Alex Hall, KQED
Governor Calls For New Housing Bill
Gavin Newsom wants to make it easier for cities across California to build new homeless shelters and permanent supportive housing by side-stepping environmental reviews. Newsom also called for a revival of a controversial housing bill that died last month.
Reporter: Erin Baldassari, KQED
Democrats Target Nevada's Latinx Voters With Mixed Results
The Nevada Caucuses are coming up this weekend, and KUNR in Reno is digging into different voter experiences across the state. Today, a look into Latinx voters in Nevada. According to the Pew Research Center, Latinos will make up the second largest voting block for the 2020 election.
Reporter: Andrew Mendez, KUNR
San Jose Exhibit Honors Forgotten Women In Science
"The Forgotten Women of Science" is an exhibit launched in San Jose celebrating 100 years of women in science. Women haven't always gotten credit for their contributions to science. A Palo Alto artist has spent the last few years uncovering the legacy of these women.
Guest: Pantea Karimi, Artist