Sacramento City Council Member Angelique Ashby Announces Candidacy For State Senate / Work-From-Home Challenges During Pandemic / Tahoe Author Suzanne Roberts’ New Book Of World Travels
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Gov. Gavin Newsom and Sacramento County Public Health Department and Sacramento Vice Mayor Angelique Ashby talk with a person waiting to get a COVID-19 shot at a drive-thru vaccination center, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021.
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The State Senate race for California’s 6th district is filling up with candidates hoping to represent Sacramento. In our first in a series of upcoming interviews with the candidates, City Council Member Angelique Ashby talks about her priorities as she officially launches her campaign. Plus, new survey results show people working from home with children have been struggling with productivity, and now that the Pfizer vaccine has been approved for 12 to 15 year-olds, we take a look at what parents, children, and educators need to know about vaccinating adolescents.
- Sacramento City Council Member Angelique Ashby discusses her bid for California’s 6th District Senate seat
- California Employers Association Senior Vice President Jessica Hawthorne navigates the latest findings in the CapRadio-Valley Vision COVID-19 Resilience Poll that shows people who work from home and have children are finding themselves struggling with productivity
- UC Davis Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases Dr. Dean Blumberg explains Pfizer's authorization to make its vaccine available to 12 to 15-year-old adolescents and what parents and their children need to know before getting their shots.
- Tahoe Author Suzanne Roberts’ on her new book “Bad Tourist: Misadventures in Love and Travel,” taking us across four continents to fifteen countries, showing us what not to do when traveling