Governor Newsom Expects Full Reopening in California by June

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Newsom Aims to Fully Reopen California by June 15

Governor Newsom said the reopening will happen, as long as enough people are vaccinated and hospitalization rates remain low. 20 million vaccines have been administered in California so far.
Reporter: April Dembosky, KQED 

COVID-19 Long Hauler Worries His Life May Never Return to Normal

As California continues pushing forward with reopening, thousands of people in the state continue to struggle with COVID-19 symptoms, months after their initial diagnosis. San Francisco resident Charlie McCone is one of the long haulers who has struggled with symptoms for more than a year.
Guest: Charlie McCone, San Francisco Resident and COVID-19 long hauler

Sonoma County Files Criminal Charges Against PG&E Over Kincade Fire

Pacific Gas and Electric is facing mutiple felony and misdemeanors in connection with the its role in starting the 2019 Kincade Fire.  The fire in Wine Country destroyed hundreds of buildings and burned nearly 78,000 acres. 
Reporter: Dan Brekke, KQED

Southern California Real Estate Company Uses Shell Companies to Purchase Hundreds of Properties

Wedgewood  drew national scrutiny last year after a group of Black homeless mothers occupied a vacant home the company owned in West Oakland. A KQED investigation has found that despite a new law aimed at keeping corporations from snapping up homes, Wedgewood has purchased at least 276 properties across the state during the pandemic.
Reporter: Erin Baldassari, KQED

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