Napa Residents Assess Damage, Begin Cleanup After Quake
With no deaths reported, Sunday morning's 6.0 earthquake centered near Napa could have been worse. Still, around 200 people were taken to hospitals, and the destruction of homes and infrastructure led Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency.
Dead Trees Left by Rim Fire Spark Logging Debate
Last year's Rim Fire burned 257,000 acres in and around Yosemite. It was one of the largest fires in California history, and it left a lot of dead trees. Later this week, the U.S. Forest Service is expected to announce it will let logging companies cut down some of those trees. But the decision is controversial.
The Giving State: Teaching Fine Motor and Math Skills Through Sewing
We meet artist and fashion designer Kristi Holohanan, who teaches kids how to sew.
It's the latest in our occasional series on volunteering in California, called "The Giving State."