- Congress has opened an investigation into a Chinese Funded lab in Central California where they were secretly conducting Covid research projects. The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus pandemic says the investigation is needed to project America's National Security and to prevent future outbreaks and pandemics. Click here to read more.
- A fire crew is being tasked with managing the homeless crisis in Sacramento. Mayor Darrell Steinberg announced Wednesday at his second of three State of the City panels the fire department will form a group called the Incident Management Team. Their job includes responding to calls about large homeless encampments. Click here to read more.
- The issue of homeless people on San Francisco streets is now before a panel of federal judges. Attorneys for the city were in federal court Wednesday appealing an order that temporarily blocks San Francisco from clearing homeless encampments. Click here to read more.
- There are growing indications former President Trump will surrender this evening on election interference charges in Georgia. The FAA has issued temporary flight restrictions around the Fulton County Jail between 6-and-9 PM Eastern today. Security around the jail is tight and barricades are in place awaiting his arrival. Click here to read more.