Updates On The Glass Fire, Relaxed COVID-19 Restrictions, Red-Flag Weather Returns
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An air tanker drops retardant on the Glass Fire burning above Davis Estates winery in Calistoga, Calif., on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020.
Noah Berger / AP Photo
Relaxed COVID-19 restrictions in the Sacramento area mean a return to business for local restaurants, but it’s more complicated than that for some. School districts are also laying out their plans to potentially welcome back students. Today on Insight, what moving into a less restrictive tier means for the region as red-flag fire weather returns.
CapRadio State Government Reporter Scott Rodd with a first-hand account from the Glass Fire and what it’s like on the fire lines
Sacramento National Weather Service Warning Coordination Meteorologist Michelle Mead on what to expect from the weather in the region with extreme fire weather again in the forecast
CapRadio News Reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan discusses what relaxed COVID-19 restrictions mean for local restaurants and why it could come as huge relief for business owners of color
Natomas Unified School District Superintendent Chris Evans checks-in on his District’s plan to incorporate some in-person teaching