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California Educators Help Students Make Sense of U.S Capitol Insurrection
Teachers Help Students Process Violence at U.S Capitol
The storming of the U.S Capital by pro-Trump mob was an awful episode in American history. It also provides a teaching moment for California educators, who are leading difficult discussions about what happened, and why.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancaño, KQED
Some Supporters Defend Trump after Capitol Hill Insurrection
California is a progressive-leaning Blue state, but it also has big patches of red. Some Republicans in the Central Valley say the insurrection on Capitol Hill does not represent Trump supporters.
Reporter: Alex Hall, KQED
Doctors and Nurses Exhausted and Angry as Some Patients Ignore COVID-19 Warnings
In California, the virus is claiming about 360 lives a day and infecting thousands more. In overburdened hospitals, doctors and nurses are frustrated by people who are blasé about COVID's dangers or pandemic deniers.
Reporter: Lesley McClurg, KQED
California Orders Hospitals in Certain Regions to Postpone Non-Essential Surgeries
The state issued a new health order to try to ease the strain on over burdened hospitals. Hospitals that have room also must accept patients from other facilities that have maxed out their intensive care beds.
Reporter: Jackie Fortier, KPCC
How College Students Are Processing the Insurrection and Violence in D.C
Cal State Los Angeles senior, Marisa Martinez got reactions from two of her fellow students after the insurrection at the Capitol.
Reporter: Marisa Martinez