KFBK Morning News Show Recap - Wednesday February 2nd


  1. California's first ever Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris is resigning. Governor Gavin Newsom's office confirmed the news Tuesday. In a statement, Governor Newsom said they will continue the important work she led, including initiatives on equity, mental health, and childhood development. Newsom did not announce her replacement yet.
  2. The Department of Water Resources says more winter storms are needed after a dry month of January. The second manual snow survey of the winter season took place Tuesday morning at the Phillips Station snow course off of Highway 50. Officials measured a snow depth of 48.5 inches with a snow water equivalent of 19 inches. The numbers for that specific location stand at 109-percent of the February 1st average. The overall statewide Sierra snow pack has dropped to 92% of average. There is no rain in the forecast through the first two weeks of February.
  3. Governor Gavin Newsom is announcing $45 million in awards for two new Homekey projects in Sacramento and Los Angeles that will provide 170 housing units for people exiting homelessness. California has now awarded $323 million for 1,208 units across 14 projects statewide as part of the expanded Homekey program - a key component of the Governor's $12 billion plan to tackle homelessness.


  1. Son Of Stockton Fire Captain Max Fortuna’s Accused Killer Says Shooting Must Have Been A Misunderstanding
  2. People will no longer be required to wear masks or show proof of vaccination to enter Denver businesses starting Friday.
  3. Ontario's premier says the protesters causing ongoing gridlock in downtown Ottawa have been heard.

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