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KQED’s The California Report



KQED’s statewide half-hour radio news program, providing daily coverage of issues, trends, and public policy decisions affecting California and its diverse population.



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The California Report

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 16:52:38 +0000

A Week into North Bay Fires, Napa Turns to ‘Recovery Mode’ At least 42 people are dead, more than 100 are still missing, and nearly 6,000 structures have been destroyed in wildfires across California. Fires in Napa are roughly 60 percent contained, while containment in Sonoma County hovers around 30 percent. California State Senate Leader … Continue reading The California Report


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The California Report Magazine

Sat, 14 Oct 2017 01:10:28 +0000

Voices from Fire-Ravaged Northern California In Northern California, the week began with a sudden onslaught of flames whipped up by the wind. Multiple wildfires erupted across wine country. Homes, businesses and entire towns have been burned to the ground. Now, even as firefighters continue to work, many residents are returning to see what is left. … Continue reading The California Report Magazine


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The California Report

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 13:50:19 +0000

Despite Hospital Closures and Their Homes Burning, Sonoma County Nurses Work Through The Night Thirty one dead, still hundreds missing. Even after these fires are put out, they will forever change the communities of the north bay. Communities marked by character. Two hospitals, Kaiser and Sutter are closed. Both were evacuated as massive wildfires came … Continue reading The California Report


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The California Report

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 17:10:59 +0000

Hundreds Still Missing in Sonoma County Wildfires As fast-moving wildfires sweep into neighborhoods across Northern California, they continue to displace thousands of people. Now law enforcement is trying to track down hundreds who are still missing and an unknown number of dead. Reporter: Sukey Lewis CalFire Investigating PG&E Power Lines As Possible Cause for North … Continue reading The California Report


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The California Report

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 14:52:45 +0000

Northern California Wildfires Claim At Least 17 Lives There are now 17 confirmed deaths due to the wildfires sweeping through Northern California. Reporter John Sepulvado Santa Rosa Neighborhood of Fountain Grove Destroyed On Sunday afternoon, if you got lost in the Santa Rosa neighborhood of Fountain Grove and tried to find your way out by typing into a mapping app, you'd see directions for all of the city’s main landmarks – the Hilton Hotel, McDonalds, a K-Mart. This morning, it's all burned to the ground. Reporter Tonya Mosley The Money Behind Firefighting For Cal Fire, fighting more than 15 wildfires at once is not just exhausting, it's expensive. That got us wondering, how are we paying to combat these blazes? Reporter Ryan Levi


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The California Report

Mon, 09 Oct 2017 15:07:09 +0000

Wildfires Forcing Evacuations in Napa and Sonoma Counties Firefighters are battling multiple wind-whipped fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties that have forced thousands of evacuations. Reporter Tiffany Camhi What The Trump Administration’s New Birth Control Rules Could Mean for California Hundreds of thousands of women in the U.S. could lose birth control benefits they get … Continue reading The California Report


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The California Report Magazine

Sat, 07 Oct 2017 00:55:53 +0000

A Week After a Massacre, Life Goes on in Vegas More than half the victims of this week’s mass shooting in Las Vegas were from California. Many Southern Californians, especially, have a deep connection to Las Vegas, but in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, there’s not a lot of obvious acknowledgment of what … Continue reading The California Report Magazine


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The California Report

Fri, 06 Oct 2017 13:29:37 +0000

Remembering California Victims of the Las Vegas Shooting More than half of the victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting were from California. Reporter John Sepulvado


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The California Report

Thu, 05 Oct 2017 14:06:39 +0000

San Bernardino County Coroner Assists In Las Vegas  Because of Nevada’s close proximity to San Bernardino County, authorities and both sides of the border often work together, on everything from illegal fireworks smuggling to murder investigations. And now, the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. Reporter Steven Cuevas Security In Public Places Now In Question … Continue reading The California Report


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The California Report

Wed, 04 Oct 2017 15:33:08 +0000

How to talk to Children About Violence, Advice from Mental Health Professionals With intense media coverage of the Las Vegas mass shooting, children and teens can feel especially stressed and anxious about what happened. Reporter: Farida Jhabvala -Romero Riverside County Congressman Calls Gun Violence a Public Health Crisis After one constituent was killed and others … Continue reading The California Report


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The California Report

Tue, 03 Oct 2017 16:42:19 +0000

Californians Join Vigil Outside Las Vegas City Hall One of the many vigils in Las Vegas for the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting took place on the steps of City Hall yesterday. Reporter: Steven Cuevas Can Gerrymandering Go Too Far? U.S. Supreme Court Will Decide Today in the nation’s capitol, the U.S. Supreme Court takes … Continue reading The California Report


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The California Report

Mon, 02 Oct 2017 16:05:49 +0000

More Than 50 Dead After Las Vegas Shooting A gunman who fired at people attending a music festival on the Las Vegas Strip has killed more than 50 people, police say. Reporter John Sepulvado


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The California Report Magazine

Sat, 30 Sep 2017 01:35:52 +0000

On this special edition of The California Report Magazine, we go back in time to look at the Vietnam War and how it shaped the lives of some Californians. This week we’re in San Diego, home to the Marine Corps base at Camp Pendleton. The Teen and Marine Who United to Resist the Vietnam War … Continue reading The California Report Magazine


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The California Report

Fri, 29 Sep 2017 15:13:51 +0000

ICE Targets “Sanctuary” Jurisdictions–Including California California has just become a sanctuary state, which means that law enforcement cannot ask a person what their immigration status is. Now, Immigration and Customs Enforcement is targeting  sanctuary jurisdictions for arrests. It began this week, with operations in California. Puerto Rico is in a Humanitarian Crisis, Reports California Search … Continue reading The California Report


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