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Tahoe is a jewel in the Sierra Nevada, but climate change threatens to transform the region by the century’s end. CapRadio’s Ezra David Romero explores this petri dish for scientific research to see how Tahoe can help us confront the global climate crisis.
 
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By Chris Nichols False allegations of voter fraud continue to spread weeks after the presidential election. PolitiFact California reporter Chris Nichols spoke with CapRadio’s Mike Hagerty debunking these claims. This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Interview Highlights On misleading allegations about voter fraud in Georgia Electio…
 
For so many people, 2020 has been a difficult year. Between the pandemic, wildfires, social unrest, and one of the most unusual and divisive presidential elections in history, it’s no surprise most are looking ahead to better days. But with November, comes Thanksgiving and a time to think about the things we’re grateful for. We navigate gratitude t…
 
Agriculture is one of California’s biggest industry sectors and it's no secret that COVID-19 has disrupted supply chains and left many farmers reeling. The effects of the pandemic follow several years of challenging production and market conditions for U.S. farmworkers, and with a COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, there’s a push to get farmers among…
 
Governor Gavin Newsom announced Monday that the majority of the state would move back into the most pandemic restrictive tier amid a surge of COVID-19 cases. That means most businesses and restaurants will again be forced to modify or close their doors altogether with winter nearly here; we take a closer look at how to get unemployment benefits and…
 
Updated 10:00 a.m. The number of households in the U.S. that don’t have enough food to eat is growing as the COVID-19 pandemic continues into the holiday season. That means more and more people are experiencing ‘food insecurity,’ or a lack of consistent access to enough food. Today on Insight, we navigate the rising issue of hunger across the count…
 
Poverty is more than a lack of money. Journalist Mary O'Hara says it also includes the psychological strain of being shamed by society and government. “The Shame Game” explores the long history of poverty in the United States and the United Kingdom and unsuccessful solutions pursued. O'Hara's childhood and adolescence give context to the data. The …
 
By Chris Nichols Election misinformation continues to spread a week after Americans cast their ballots. This includes some false claims about California’s election. CapRadio’s PolitiFact California reporter Chris Nichols sets the record straight in this week’s Can You Handle The Truth segment. Interview Highlights On President Donald Trump sharing …
 
Ski season is just about to start up in the Tahoe area, but there are still plenty of questions about how resorts and vacation towns will handle the surge in COVID-19 cases and incoming inclimate weather; we learn more today. A climate scientist explains what the La Niña weather pattern means for projected snowfall totals, and we speak with a confl…
 
California is seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases and a number of counties are shifting into increased lockdown; we speak with experts and county health directors about the spiking numbers. The heightened tier levels in the state could dampen economic gains across a number of sectors, including the restaurant industry. Insight takes a closer look at t…
 
The presidential election has been decided and the implications for many are wide-ranging, including the future of health insurance in the U.S. and the Affordable Care Act; we talk about it today and open enrollment. We’re also joined by the founders of Public Media For All Day with more on why it matters. Plus, the historic nature of Kamala Harris…
 
Joe Biden was elected the 46th president of the United States over the weekend. Biden defeated President Donald Trump after winning Pennsylvania, which put his total of Electoral College votes above the 270 he needed to clinch the presidency; we break down post-election politics, economics and what a Biden Administration could mean for the West Coa…
 
The presidential election remains undecided but states are shifting this morning from President Trump to former Vice President Joe Biden. As 2020 vote counting continues, we check-in on the latest numbers and the President’s claims of voter fraud. Plus, a closer look at how the vote count played out across California, and how you can talk politics …
 
False and misleading statements about the election are spreading across social media. For this week's 'Can You Handle The Truth' segment, CapRadio's PolitiFact California reporter Chris Nichols helped separate fact from fiction. There are a lot of unfounded claims that say votes for Joe Biden are appearing out of nowhere, especially in some of the …
 
The Presidential election is still undecided. Joe Biden drew closer to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House on Wednesday after flipping Arizona, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Today could be the day that more key swing states, including Nevada, announce race-defining updates to their presidential vote tallies. We have updates on the late…
 
By Chris Nichols Millions of Californians have already cast their ballot by mail, but millions more are expected to show up to the polls for early voting this weekend and on Election Day. They’ll do this amid concerns about voter intimidation, social unrest and a statewide spike in coronavirus cases. To answer questions about how to vote this year,…
 
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