Cold, deadly rivers | CSU budget gap | Hospitals request bailout
The latest North State and California news on our airwaves for Friday, May 26.
In today’s episode:
- Heavy winter snowpack means California rivers are cold, fast and deadly — Haven Daley and John Antczak, The Associated Press
- Proposed bill to allow legislative staffers to unionize — CapRadio Staff
- California State University considering tuition hike to cover budget gap — Mikhail Zinshteyn, CalMatters
- California hospitals are requesting a bailout, but the money might not go to those that need it — Samantha Young and Angela Hart, California Healthline
In case you missed it:
- A report from the nonprofit Climate Central shows an increase in fire weather days — NSPR
- Chico State welcomes new president starting in July — NSPR
- Butte County Board of Supervisors request to classify Oroville as a rural city — NSPR
- Officials say California is unlikely to run short of electricity after wet winter and new power sources — The Associated Press
- How will the new agreement to reduce water usage on the Colorado River affect California? — The California Report
- Walmart to pay $500,000 after selling brass knuckles — CapRadio
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