On this episode, we talk about how they continue to break things down by race, including vaccine distributions showing blacks only at 3%. Meanwhile, Sacramento County Sheriff goes to Body Cameras and EDD Fraud could cost each California family at least $2,500. Alex Padilla to chair Senate Immigration Subcommittee and Congressman Eric Swalwell continues to be an embarrassment.
- Data shows less than 3% of Blacks in California vaccinated
VALLEJO, Calif. (KTVU) – As health leaders attempt to pick up the pace of vaccinations in California, a glaring disparity has emerged from the statistics. The number of Blacks getting the vaccine is low.
- Sacramento County Sheriff Announces Body Cameras
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce that effective today, February 15, 2021, the specialized units of Gangs, Homeless Outreach and North Problem Oriented Policing (POP) will be equipped with body worn cameras. After a process that started with field-testing cameras in 2017, and officially requesting funding for body cams in 2018, our body-worn program has finally begun.
- DD fraud could cost average California family thousands of dollars, said Rep. Tom McClintock
SACRAMENTO, Calif — As California‘s Employment Development Department (EDD) works to uncover the true level of fraudulent unemployment claims, one lawmaker is now breaking down how much he estimates it could cost taxpayers.
- Padilla To Chair Senate Immigration Subcommittee
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Senator Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) announced that he will take the gavel as Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Immigration Subcommittee in the 117th Congress.
- New research shows electric cars being driven less than expected
(KTXL) — California has been at the forefront of the electric vehicle movement, and now, the Biden administration has voiced its commitment for moving the county towards electric vehicles. But just how many people are actually driving those cars? New research says it’s far fewer than lawmakers think. The new data indicates that electric vehicles may not be an easy substitute for the gasoline-powered car. The research takes a look at how far the cars are being driven.
- Thief in Vacaville stole bike used by mentally-disabled man to get to work
VACAVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) – A mother is outraged after a thief stole her son’s only way to get to work in Vacaville. Marilyn Friedman told FOX40 she can’t believe someone stole the bicycle, owned by her son, Michael, while he was hard at work at Walmart Friday night.
- East San Jose gym temporarily closes, tell members they were served court order
SAN JOSE, Calif. – A San Jose gym that defied the county’s COVID restrictions has temporarily closed after being served a court order. In an email to members obtained by KTVU, the East San Jose business, California Ripped Fitness apologized for the closure over the weekend and said the business had no choice.
- Congressman Eric Swalwell says Trump’s impeachment trial was ‘worth it’
East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell was one of the nine impeachment managers who argued the case for Trump’s impeachment and removal on the Senate floor.
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