We spoke with three Bay Area fire chiefs from Cal Fire to learn more on how to best prepare ourselves, our homes and our communities for California's now year-round wildfire season. Jessica Power, a fire marshal with the Petaluma Fire Department, Tonya Talavera, a fire marshal with the Milpitas Fire Department, and Eric Govan, a fire marshal with the Richmond Fire Department, are all board members and fire prevention officers for the Northern California district for the California Fire Chiefs Association. They advised us on the best preparedness practices for the on-going fire season. California residents can take prevention measures in and around their homes in order to stay prepared for the next potential fire event by doing their due diligence with creating defensible spaces around their properties, practicing fire safety drills, preparing a go-bag, and signing up for alert systems.



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June 24, 2022

The End of Roe: A PBS NewsHour Special Report

With today's announcement of the Supreme Court's decision on abortion, KRCB will air The End of Roe: A PBS NewsHour Special Report tonight, June 24, at 6:30 PM PT, immediately following PBS NewsHour at 5:30. This 30-minute program, hosted by Judy Woodruff, will look at the division on the court,…
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