On this episode, we discuss how the media continues to push an anti-police agenda, this time under the rouse of mental health. Somehow MLB is crucifying Georgia voter law when it requires ID’s to pick up tickets at will call. Vallejo fires two lieutenants, child mental health crisis are up per Children’s Hospital in Oakland. Meanwhile, are we allowed to say “India” “UK” or “African” virus but cannot say “China”. High Speed Rail may get new funding.
- Amid outcry, states push mental health training for police
The officer who Cassandra Quinto-Collins says kneeled on her son’s neck for over four minutes assured her it was standard protocol for sedating a person experiencing a mental breakdown.
- MLB Requires Photo ID to Pick Up Tickets Yet Blasts Georgia for Voter ID Law
Even as Major League Baseball continues its attack on Georgia’s requirement to show a valid photo ID to vote, the league has a photo ID requirement of its own for fans picking up tickets at the stadium.
- Stockton church gives out checks on Easter to help families pay rent
STOCKTON, Calif. — Thirty families in the Stockton area received a different type of Easter blessing this Sunday.
- Two Vallejo police lieutenants fired, including union leader
VALLEJO, Calif. – Two Vallejo police lieutenants have been fired by the city, while a third has been suspended, their attorney said Friday. Lt. Michael Nichelini, who is president of the Vallejo police union, and Lt. Herman Robinson, were both terminated, said their attorney Michael Rains. Robinson, a 48-year veteran, was accused of improperly sharing information with former officers.
- First confirmed Indian COVID-19 variant in U.S. found in Bay Area
STANFORD, Calif. (KRON) — A new COVID-19 variant was identified and confirmed by Stanford Health Care last week. Stanford Health Care Senior Manager of Media Relations Lisa Kim told KRON4 the newly described “India” variant was identified and confirmed by the Clinic Virology Lab at Stanford Health Care last week.
- Biden infrastructure bill could be California high-speed rail’s ‘lifeline’
The $2.3 trillion infrastructure package President Joe Biden rolled out last week has backers of the California bullet train dreaming of what could be. The torrent of federal funding could provide the beleaguered project with billions of dollars needed to bring high-speed rail to the Bay Area or even Los Angeles. Or its share could
- Anxiety, depression, isolation: Bay Area students struggle amid spiking mental health crisis
The increase of children in crisis is striking. Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland saw 651 children seeking emergency mental health services from May to December last year, up from 368 during the same period in 2019, a 77% increase. And on average, more than seven children were hospitalized at any given time for eating disorders in 2020, more than double the number a year earlier.
- Disneyland’s fried pickle corndog with peanut butter perplexes internet
NEXSTAR – A new addition to the Disneyland menu has some people scratching their heads. On Wednesday, the Disney Parks Blog announced a new dish available at Disneyland Resort in California: a Panko-crusted corndog with a pickle inside. To make matters more perplexing, the dish comes with a side of peanut butter for dipping.
- Sacramento anime convention welcomes back hundreds of fans after yearlong hiatus
ROSEVILLE, Calif. — With California’s COVID-19 case numbers remaining steady and more businesses reopening, a popular SacAnime event took place in Roseville this weekend.
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