What California Voters Should Know About Recall Election

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California Voters Prepare for Recall Election

California voters will soon be getting vote-by-mail ballots for the gubernatorial recall election. And Election Day itself, September 14, is only about a month away. So what should voters know about the election?
Guest: Dr. Shirley Weber, California Secretary of State

California  Teachers, School Staff Will be Required to be Vaccinated or Face Regular Testing

California is the first state in the country to require that all teachers and school staff be vaccinated against the coronavirus or be tested weekly for COVID-19.  School districts will have until mid-October to comply with this latest health order.

Feds Join Investigation Into Drone Used at Start of Dixie Fire

Two federal agencies have joined the investigation into an incident last month involving a drone that interfered with Cal Fire aircraft at the start of the Dixie Fire. Federal and state laws prohibit drone pilots from interfering with firefighting operations.
Reporter: Dan Brekke, KQED

Former Professor Accused of Starting Several Fires Near Dixie Fire

A former college lecturer is being held in a Sacramento County jail on charges related to wildfire arson.  Although he's been charged in connection with one fire, he's suspected of starting several others in the Lassen and Shasta Trinity National Forests recently.
Reporter: Nina Thorsen, KQED

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