Reopening Halted as Coronavirus Spreads Across the State
If you thought you could ease up a bit on worrying about the coronavirus pandemic, news the last few days has been like a big bucket of cold water to the face.
Coronavirus Cases on the Rise at San Quentin
971 people incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison have tested positive for COVID-19. One state lawmaker is calling it a major catastrophe.
Reporter: Angela Corral, The California Report
Cal State University System Prepares to Reopen in the Fall
How do you plan for safely educating more than 480,000 students on 23 different campuses during a pandemic? As the fall school year approaches, that's the challenge facing the California State University system, the largest four year university system in the country.
Guest: Timothy White, Cal State Chancellor
King City to Outfit Police Guns with Cameras
Monterey County’s King City—at the southern end of the Salinas Valley—is the first California city to outfit all of its police officers with cameras on their guns. This is even though the city of just over 14,000 residents has had no officer-involved shootings in recent memory.
Guest: Greta Mart, KCBX
Mayors Take Their Push for Universal Income National
A coalition of U.S. mayors is kicking off a campaign in support of the idea of universal basic income. It’s led by Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs, who started a guaranteed income pilot project in his city in February 2019.
Guest: Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs