Fewer Traffic Collisions Mean Longer Waits For Organ Donations

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California's Finances Will Take A major Hit From Coronavirus

It’s too early to tell just how hard the COVID-19 pandemic will hit California’s finances. The state official in charge of signing the checks issued by California is keeping a close eye on the revenues coming into the state’s coffers.
Reporter: Scott Shafer, KQED 

Governor Newsom May Open Schools This Summer

Concerned about California students’ falling behind academically,  Governor Gavin Newsom says some schools could open in late July or early August. But they will need to adopt social distancing protocol. 
Reporter: Julia McEvoy

Fresno City Officials Call For And End To Shelter-In-Place

Even as the San Francisco Bay Area hunkers down for another month of sheltering in place, some Central Valley elected officials are saying it’s time non essential businesses there are allowed to reopen. 
Reporter: Alex Hall, KQED

New Study Finds Harmful Indoor Pollution From Gas Appliances

UCLA is out with a new study about the emissions gas appliances release in our homes. This is at a time when many of us are spending more time at home than maybe ever. The study finds that gas appliances cause harmful indoor air pollution. 
Guest: Rachel Golden, Sierra Club

Fewer Traffic Collisions Mean Longer Waits For Organ Donations

As we shelter in place, an unintended consequence of the coronavirus pandemic has come to light. The number of traffic collisions and fatalities has gone down. Aas a result, people waiting for kidney, liver, and heart transplants are having to wait longer.
Reporter: April Dembosky, KQED

Students Teach Online Music Lessons And Support Coronavirus Relief

It’s tough being cooped up at home right now, especially if you’re a teenager. But some California high school student and undergraduates are using their weeks in quarantine to teach music to kids, and donating the proceeds to support coronavirus relief efforts. 
Reporter: Chloe Veltman, KQED

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