House District 3 debate | ‘Footsteps to You’ | Rain outlook
The latest North State and California news on our airwaves for Monday, Oct. 31.
US House candidates Jones, Kiley face off in debate
Democratic physician Kermit Jones and Republican Assemblymember Kevin Kiley squared off Thursday in a debate to represent parts of Yuba, Plumas, Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, Nevada, Mono, Sierra, Alpine and Inyo counties in Congress. Read the full story and watch the debate.
— CapRadio Staff
‘Footsteps to You’ exhibit spotlights Black history
A traveling exhibit centered on Black history and resilience is showing at the Museum of Northern California Art in Chico. “Footsteps to You” is an expansive assembly of artifacts drawn from a larger collection of over 15,000 pieces. An adjacent exhibit — called “Black Voices in Art” — showcases the work of Black artists from Northern California. The opening reception for both exhibits took place Friday evening.
— Ken Devol, NSPR
Rain, snow forecast for the North State
The National Weather Service is forecasting rain across parts of the northern Sacramento Valley starting Tuesday, as well as snow in higher elevations. Chico could see up to an inch of rainfall. Redding could see up to a half-inch of rain.
— Adia White, NSPR
Parking prices at Sacramento airport to increase
It will soon cost more to park at Sacramento International Airport (SMF). Officials say raising parking fees will help pay for improvement projects at SMF, including a new parking garage and pedestrian walkway. Maximum daily parking rates will go up by up to 5% a year for the next five years. The increases could start as early as January.
— CapRadio Staff
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In case you missed it
- Interview: Healthcare workers in Shasta County work to prevent congenital syphilis — NSPR
- North State adjunct sues local community college system over unpaid work hours; seven other districts across the state also sued — EdSource
- Some schools in the North State saw improved test scores while others plunged — EdSource
- Test scores drop across the North State during pandemic; some counties fare better than others — NSPR
- Paradise Town Council hears update on long-term recovery plan — NSPR
- More than 1 million Californians are late on their water bill, state estimates— CapRadio
- Interview: Chico State virologist explains what to expect this flu season — NSPR