Sacramento County’s new Director of the Department of Health Services, Chevon Kothari, discusses the latest COVID-19 response and the most pressing health issues facing the county. Also, as drought conditions intensify across the state, the Northern California Water Association, California Rice Commission, and Ducks Unlimited’s Western Region explain the wide-reaching impacts. Plus, CapRadio’s Nick Brunner with “Hey, Listen!” breaks down NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Contest, currently accepting music submissions.
- Sacramento County Department of Health Services Director Chevon Kothari on the most pressing health issues, from COVID-19 and closing health equity gaps, to health specialists role with law enforcement
- Northern California Water Association President David Guy explains how the dry year will impact water supplies, Region Director of Operations for Ducks Unlimited's Western Region Jeff McCreary discusses how the drought affects waterfowl, and California Rice Commission President and CEO Tim Johnson talks about what farmers are facing this year
- CapRadio Assistant Program Director and Modern Music Director Nick Brunner breaks down this year’s Tiny Desk concert contest