Humboldt Bay Dredging Faces Setbacks From State and Federal Agencies
Dredging on Humboldt Bay could be done this year. So why is that such a big deal? Because it's been a decade since the bay has been cleaned and some 80 million gallons of mucky, goopy sludge has piled up. But in order to dredge the bay, the harbor district and city of Eureka need approval from the Environmental Protection Agency, along with other federal and state agencies about where to put that gunk. And those approvals are moving about as fast as boats in thick mud.
Trash Talk: Space Junk
We heard this week that a California company is trying -- no joke -- to build a recycling program for space. And if we're talking recycling or refuse, you know it's time for our occasional segment, Trash Talk.
How Could Trump Impact California Schools?
This week we launch our series on how education policies from the Trump Administration could play out in California. We'll be covering everything from school choice and vouchers to foreign students at state colleges and universities. We begin with scholarship support to private schools and how that could be expanded and we also hear from some students about what they think.