- PG&E investigators report no linkage between two power poles and the Dixie Fire. Inspection records show the poles thought to be the cause of the blaze were not contributing factors. The power company also said an inspection on January 14th showed no issues that needed corrective action between a leaning tree and a power pole.
- The city of Roseville is exploring alternative ways to help reduce reliance on Folsom Lake. Excess surface water is stored or "banked" in an underground aquifer with existing groundwater and used during dry times. Work is underway to advance two new wells to increase the amount of water than can be stored and recovered when needed.
- The Plumas County Sheriff’s Office reports that all four people who were missing in the Dixie Fire have been found safe. They disappeared after the town of Greenville was mostly destroyed by wildfire last week.
- Today Sacramento city council members are scheduled to vote on mayor Darrell Steinberg’s ambitious $100 million plan to house the homeless in the city. City leaders have identified 20 sites all around Sacramento where tiny homes and homeless shelters will be built. The city council meets at 5 pm.
- In a political climate that is as contentious as ever, two Midwestern Congressmen are proving bipartisanship still exists. Representative Dean Phillips (D-MN) and Dusty Johnson (R-SD) have forged a problem-solving partnership and are hitting the road this summer with the non-profit "Braver Angels" to promote and bipartisanship.
- Larry Elder talks Californian Education and Recall.
- One of the Republicans running in the recall election here in California says he's getting donations from supporters of Bernie Sanders. Assemblyman Kevin Kiley told Fox news that he's attracting not only Latino voters but Bernie sanders voters as well.
- Senator Ran Paul says it’s time to resist, saying Americans don’t have to accept mandates or lockdowns.