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Housing Task Force Talks Long-Term Recovery

Feb 6, 2018

February 6, 2018 -- At a recent meeting about housing strategies in the wake of the fires, county officials and non-profit leaders met with representatives from FEMA, CalOES, and HUD to talk about the way forward. We'll hear from a critic of how the recovery effort is being handled. We'll also talk with two FEMA officials about the upcoming build-out at Ky-En Campground on Lake Mendocino and attempts to get local people to work.

Homeless Point-In-Time Count In Potter Valley

Jan 26, 2018

January 26, 2018 -- Thursday morning was the annual point-in-time count of people experiencing the most dire winter homelessness. In this story, we go out in the dark and the rain, trying to find out how many people are sleeping in their cars in rural Mendocino County.

Noyo Center For Marine Science

The city of Fort Bragg has transferred 11.6 acres of land to the Noyo Center for Marine Science, a Mendocino coast not-for-profit organization that facilitates a variety of marine science education and research programs. Dan Young reports.

Hope McKenney

Protesters take to the streets in Ukiah for the second straight year.  The Ukiah Women's March on Saturday, January 20, 2018 was just one of many coordinated mass rallies across the U.S. 

The March started last year in protest of Donald Trump and his policies on immigration, healthcare, racial divides and other issues. New issues gained momentum this year, ones such as "Power to Poles," increasing voter participation, and the #MeToo  movement. Reporter Hope McKenney has more details. 

Fire Recovery, Learning A Trade, Old Kai Update

Jan 19, 2018

January 19, 2018 -- Today's newscast is heavy on building. We'll hear about a new program for high school seniors to learn a trade, and check in on what fire survivors need to do in order to start rebuilding their homes. We'll also hear a quick update on the Old Kai cannabis seizure story. We spotted the confiscated truck at the county impound lot, but no law enforcement agency has confirmed yet who took the weed, and whether it's been destroyed or not. If so, an affidavit should show up at the courthouse sometime next week. We'll keep you posted.