A new bill signed into law creates a separate workforce from CalFire to help with fire prevention. PG&E manslaughter charges in a 2020 Zogg Fire. Winter was the deadliest season for Sacramento's homeless residents. How indigenous knowledge is changing how California tracks climate change. Remembering state political ‘insider’ Scott Lay, who passed away at the age of 48.
- CapRadio’s State Government Reporter Scott Rodd explains a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom that creates a separate workforce to help with fire prevention and also why PG&E is facing manslaughter charges in the 2020 Zogg Fire that killed four people.
- CapRadio Reporter Chris Nichols on his recent reporting regarding deaths among homeless residents in Sacramento and the debate surrounding a new shelter built under the W-X overpass in downtown.
- CapRadio Environment Reporter Manola Secaira explains how indigenous knowledge is changing the way California tracks the effects of climate change.
- Paul Mitchell, Vice President of Political Data, Inc., and Anthony York, the former editor at Capitol Weekly, remember Scott Lay, who passed away at the age of 48.