COVID-19 Cases on the Rise in California

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Many Parts of California Seeing an Uptick in New COVID-19 Cases

Los Angeles County has seen five straight days with more than a thousand new daily COVID-19 cases. And Sacramento County has the highest number of cases per capita in the state, in counties with at least 100,000 residents.

State Has Still Not Issued Drought Mandate

California is in the grip of a drought, but officials have yet to require statewide water restrictions similar to those mandated during the last multi-year drought.  Some experts say regional restrictions allow for a more targeted approach to reduce water waste.
Reporter: Ezra David Romero, KQED

Pollution From Camp Fire May Have Been More Damaging Than Previously Thought

The 2018 Camp Fire was the deadliest wildfire in state history. But a new report from the California Air Resources Board  shows it may have been more dangerous to people downwind than previously known. 
Reporter: Ed Fletcher, CapRadio

Juul's Downfall a Classic Silicon Valley Tale

It's been described as one of the biggest botched deals in business history. Author and journalist Lauren Etter investigates the downfall of Juul's e-cigarette business.
Guest: Lauren Etter, Author of the book "The Devil's Playbook: Big Tobacco, Juul, and the Addiction of a New Generation"