Tag Archives: California

Wildfires 101 | National Geographic

– [Narrator] On average, wildfires burn up to five million acres of land in the United States each year. While they can start naturally, wildfires are often caused by humans with devastating consequences. Wildfires are large, uncontrolled infernos that burn and quickly spread through wild landscapes. Types of wildfires may include forest, brush, and peatland… Read More »

PBS NewsHour full episode December 6, 2019

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: a country on strike. France comes to a nationwide standstill, as protests over pension reform close schools and stop trains. Then: anatomy of a conspiracy — how a disproven narrative tying Ukraine to interference in the 2016 election found a home in the White… Read More »

Duty Calls | Service for Community

Hand in hand with being a Marine, I’ve always wanted to be a police officer. I’m extremely fortunate that I can give something back the community that gave so much to me. I am a product of Long Beach and I’m just, I’m grateful to be able to serve Long Beach. My name is officer… Read More »

Driving to Serve: Planned Parenthood’s doors are always open

Imperial County has the 3rd largest teen birth rates in the state of California. One of the issues in Imperial County is that we do have a shortage of providers. So in order to provide services in Imperial County at our Planned Parenthood clinic, we actually have clinicians commuting from different counties. Having Planned Parenthood… Read More »

Hundreds donate food on Community Service Day

KATHY: A HUGE COMMUNITY SERVICE EFFORT IN FOLSOM TODAY HUNDREDS OF VOLUNTEERS JOINED MORE THAN TWO DOZENS PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE CITY. AS KCRA THREE’S LETICIA ORDAZ REPORTS ONE PARTICULAR PROJECT IS SHOWING HOW MUCH NEIGHBORS CARE ABOUT EACH OTHER. LETICIA: THEY HAVE THE GOAL TO COLLECT 80,000 POUNDS OF FOOD FOR FAMILIES IN NEED AND… Read More »