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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.
June 17, 2021
Workers will no longer need to wear masks or physically distance themselves at work if they are fully vaccinated except in certain situations or if there is an outbreak. The move comes two days after the state reopened its economy.
June 16, 2021
The Natomas location will soon be turned into a medical center and teaching hospital for California Northstate University, according to an announcement on Wednesday.
June 15, 2021
A lot changes on June 15, when California officially reopens. Here's a look at the new rules for businesses and individuals, and what things are staying the same for now.
June 1, 2021
Sacramento and San Joaquin counties are finally moving to the orange tier of California's color-coded reopening system, only two weeks before the state fully reopens. Still, Sacramento's new case rate is more than twice that of the state as a whole.
May 17, 2021
The move comes a week after the CDC said fully vaccinated adults could safely go without masks in most indoor and outdoor settings.
May 14, 2021
The $267.8 billion spending plan is an updated version of Newsom’s January budget, which proposed $227 billion in spending. The revised budget incorporates the surplus and $27 billion in federal pandemic relief approved in March.
May 8, 2021
Much of the Central Valley stretching from Redding to Modesto will be under a red flag warning this weekend as dry, windy conditions increase the risk of wildfires.
May 7, 2021
The announcement comes on the heels of new Census figures that showed since 2010 California grew by its lowest rate in any decade , so much so it will lose two congressional seats.
April 26, 2021
California will lose a seat in the House of Representatives and a vote in the electoral college, accounting to new Census data. The state also missed becoming the first state to pass 40 million residents after slowed growth over the past decade.
As Law Enforcement Laud Derek Chauvin Conviction, Others Warn Against Complacency, Urge Police Reform
April 21, 2021
While many Sacramento and California law enforcement agencies have publicly supported the jury’s decision, some are unsure how it may affect policing going forward.