Northern California storm update | State drought emergency declaration | The pandemic’s impact on nursing programs | El Panteón de Sacramento celebrates Día de Los Muertos
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A tree branch blocks 10th Street in Downtown Sacramento during a storm on Sunday Oct. 24, 2021.
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The latest on the ‘atmospheric river’ that has moved into Northern California. How California’s drought emergency declaration will affect your life. The pandemic’s impact on nursing programs and education. How the 12th annual “El Panteón de Sacramento” celebrates Día de Los Muertos.
- KCRA Chief Meteorologist Mark Finan joins us with the very latest on the ‘atmospheric river’ that has moved into Northern California. He will update us on rainfall totals and danger areas to be aware of as the storm moves through, including the impact on the drought and wildfire burn scars.
- Cal OES (Governor’s Office of Emergency Services) Public Information Officer Bryan May on the state’s emergency response to the record rainfall, localized flooding, and evacuations throughout Northern California.
- CapRadio News Editor Kris Hooks on the impact on unhoused residents during Sacramento’s record rainfall and localized flooding.
- CapRadio Environment Reporter Manola Secaira on how California’s drought emergency declaration will affect your life.
- Dr. Carel Mountain, Director of Nursing at Sacramento City College, on how the pandemic has affected nursing programs and education.
- Maria Acosta, Executive Director Emeritus of the Latino Center of Arts and Culture, gives us an overview of the 12th annual El Panteón de Sacramento and how it celebrates Día de Los Muertos.