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Equality a Key Topic at 26th Annual Latino Health Forum

At the 26th annual Latino Health Forum, hosted by Sonoma State University last week, a number of presenters discussed how racial inequities may have a detrimental effect on health. Sarah Katz, is the chief epidemiologist with the Sonoma County Department of Health Services. KRCBs Adia White spoke with her and has this report. Reporting for this story was sponsored by a grant from Internews In this next report, we hear from Dr. Enrique Gonzalez-Mendez, who has worked in community clinics in…

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$12 Million in State Funds to Aid the Homeless in Sonoma Co.

Sonoma County has just received a 12 million dollar grant to create new programs for the homeless. This funding comes from the state’s Homeless Emergency Aid Program, or HEAP. Community activists and local officials got together at the “Homes for All” conference in Santa Rosa last week to present…

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Sonoma Co. Releases Results of Emergency Alert Tests

On September 10 and 12, Sonoma County tested several emergency alert and warning systems. County officials reported that the test of the federal Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) was the first of its kind of the West Coast. Officials also tested SoCo Alert, which is a subscription based service.…

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Christopher Godley

Sonoma Co. Releases Results of Emergency Alert Tests

On September 10 and 12, Sonoma County tested several emergency alert and warning systems. County officials reported that the test of the federal Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) was the first of its kind of the West Coast. Officials also tested SoCo Alert, which is a subscription based service.…

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