Managing Editor, Digital Content
Chris Hagan is the Managing Editor, Digital Content for CapRadio.
Prior to joining CapRadio in 2017, Chris worked as a Web Producer and Data Reporter at WBEZ in Chicago. He's also worked as a storyteller for Oregon State University's College of Business and as a reporter and videographer for the Statesman Journal newspaper in Salem, Oregon.
Chris has a B.S. in journalism from the University of Oregon. He grew up in the East Bay Area.
September 11, 2022
After exploding in size during last week’s historic heat wave, the Mosquito Fire stayed calm this weekend due to cooler temperatures and a blanket of smoke that tempered its growth.
September 6, 2022
Tuesday’s 116 degree heat broke a record set on July 17, 1925, when the high in downtown Sacramento hit 114 degrees.
September 5, 2022
California officials said residents may need to double their power conservation Tuesday as the prolonged heatwave reaches its hottest days.
June 23, 2022
Some of the country's top experts on arachnids will be in Davis this Saturday for a family-friendly event featuring exhibits, crafts and live spider specimens that will help demystify the amazing creatures, and even name a new species.
June 7, 2022
Whether you still need to turn in your ballot or haven't registered yet, there is still time to get your vote in for California's 2022 primary election. Polls close at 8 p.m.
June 6, 2022
A fifth possible monkeypox case has been identified in Sacramento County, though health officials say the cases are linked and that risk to the general public remains low.
June 2, 2022
The change comes after Sacramento County was placed in the highest COVID-19 risk level by the CDC, and only 45 days since the district originally dropped its indoor mask requirement on April 18, one of the last California districts to do so.
May 29, 2022
Sacramento Police announced Saturday night they had located and arrested Mtula Payton, the third person wanted in connection with April's deadly mass shooting on K Street.
May 28, 2022
Newsom's office said the governor received the positive test Saturday morning and has mild symptoms and will remain in isolation through at least June 2 and until he tests negative. The governor will continue to work remotely during that time.
May 27, 2022
The new suspected case is a close contact of the county's first case, which was confirmed this week by the CDC.