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A daily podcast from NSPR featuring the news of the day from the North State and California in less than 10 minutes. Hosted by Sarah Bohannon and Andre Byik, and available at 8 a.m. every weekday morning. Read today’s stories at mynspr.org
 
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The suspect in Monday’s deadly mass shooting in Half Moon Bay has been charged with seven counts of murder. Also, Republican state lawmakers have introduced bills that would ban homeless encampments near schools, daycare centers and libraries across the state, and new bills have been brought forward aimed at reducing fentanyl deaths in California.…
 
Berry Creek residents living in the burn scar of the 2020 North Complex are repairing damages caused by recent winter storms. Also, applications for scholarships through the North Valley Community Foundation are open, and local and national groups are coming together to address the mental health needs of victims of recent mass shootings.…
 
The Butte County Department of Public Health reported the first two flu-related deaths of the 2023 flu season Thursday. Also, a Chico nonprofit drops off aid to unhoused residents during winter storms, and the Asian and Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus said it will be introducing resolutions to impact gun safety laws in California.…
 
Local agencies in Chico don’t track the deaths of unhoused residents, making it difficult to know how deadly this year’s winter storms have been. Also, California will close nearly 100 COVID-19 testing and treatment sites more than a month earlier than expected, and a new bill would give California college athletes more protections.…
 
Pacific Gas & Electric faces four counts of manslaughter for its alleged role in starting the Zogg Fire in Shasta County. Also, President Joe Biden toured storm-damaged areas of California’s Central Coast, and the federal government announced an investment of $930 million to address wildfire concerns in the West.…
 
Ten public entities in the North State announced a settlement agreement with Pacific Gas & Electric for damages incurred in the 2021 Dixie Fire. Also, FEMA has added more counties to its major disaster declaration in the wake of recent winter storms, and experts are skeptical California’s electric grid can handle the planned phaseout of gas cars.…
 
The Paradise Town Council will send a council member to Washington, D.C., to express support for tax relief on PG&E settlement money. Also, ongoing winter storms have hit agriculture hard in the Sacramento Valley, and President Joe Biden is expected to visit California to assess the damage from the storms.…
 
The Federal Communications Commission has released a new broadband map that will inform how the government awards billions of dollars in infrastructure improvement funding. Also, winter storm warnings and flood watches have been issued as a new round of storms arrives in California, and much of the state is still in a severe drought despite torrent…
 
Officials say Butte County has been relatively lucky during recent winter storms, but a recent local emergency declaration could help the county qualify for federal aid. Also, a new report from the state Legislative Analyst’s Office suggests that California could make its parole hearing process more equitable, and a new law allows Californians to h…
 
The White House announced an expanded emergency declaration due to ongoing storms, including several North State counties. Also, recent storms are expected to provide some drought relief to California, and Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget plan includes billions of dollars in spending cuts.저자 Andre Byik, Angel Huracha, Adia White
 
Residents in the Butte County community of Berry Creek say they weren’t properly notified about a proposal to temporarily close a fire station in the community. Also, opponents of the Valley’s Edge development plan in Chico announced the launch of a referendum campaign, and Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to unveil his proposed state budget today.…
 
Another potent and moisture-laden Pacific storm fueled by an atmospheric river will affect Northern California today into Tuesday. Also, Gov. Gavin Newsom says more people have died in recent winter storms than in California’s past two wildfire seasons, and new state laws are addressing noise pollution.…
 
Unhoused residents in Chico are calling for more aid to protect campgrounds from flooding. Also, some Butte County residents remained without power following this week’s storm, and Gov. Gavin Newsom will take the oath of office for his second term as governor today in Sacramento.저자 Andre Byik, Ken Devol, Angel Huracha, Alec Stutson , Adia White
 
Chico's unhoused residents are left with few options to get out of the rain during this week’s winter storms. Also, state officials are urging Californians to stay off the roads for non-essential trips, and deadly flooding highlights California’s aging network of flood control projects.저자 Angel Huracha, Alec Stutson , Adia White
 
Another potent storm will impact Northern California today. Also, snowpack in California’s mountains is off to one of its best starts in 40 years, and residents should prepare for the possibility of losing power for several days due to the incoming storm.저자 Ken Devol, Angel Huracha, Jamie Jiang, Adia White
 
A winter storm is bringing weather watches and warnings to the North State beginning tomorrow. Plus, more than twenty apartments were damaged in an aftershock earthquake near Rio Dell on New Year’s Day. And a new law in California requires data collection on people who leave prison only to become homeless.…
 
Some Butte County residents fear that several temporary fire station closures could affect their insurance rates. Also, a winter storm is bringing rain and snow to the North State, and a new California law aims to dismantle the “school-to-prison pipeline.”저자 Andre Byik, Angel Huracha, Jamie Jiang, Alec Stutson , Adia White
 
The Butte County Board of Supervisors voted to temporarily close three fire stations for the winter season. Also, a series of winter storms are set to hit the North State this week through the weekend, and an investigation from CalMatters found there are nearly 100 politicians across California sitting on $35 million in leftover campaign funds.…
 
A lawsuit alleges the federal government needs to do more to protect gray wolves. Also, a law going into effect in 2023 equalizes the penalty on hate symbols, and the earthquake warning system known as ShakeAlert was tested in last week’s 6.4-magnitude quake that hit the North Coast.저자 Andre Byik, Ken Devol, Angel Huracha, Adia White
 
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