43 min

Fan Mail, EDD Fraud, Juneteenth and Employees Have Upper Hand The WTF California Podcast

    • News Commentary

On this episode of the WTF California Podcast, we discuss owning your jokes as we received some fan mail this morning—kudos by the way, just celebrate it. Viral video after staff quits Noah’s Bagels showcases why you don’t be a jerk to employees. You can now earn $10k for college simply by volunteering per new State program. Bill would make Juneteenth a State Holiday.  More EDD fraud uncovered. Did you know San Jose has a $50 permit fee just to feed homeless. Plus, California energy officials seek to slash incentives for rooftop solar.


 


Articles From the Show


Suspects Associated with Thefts from Elderly Victims Arrested by San Ramon Police

Entire Staff Quits Noah’s Bagels In Vacaville In Protest — And Video Goes Viral

In wealthy LA enclave, harsher penalties for wasting water

California unveils ‘College Corps’ program to help students pay for education through community service

Sacramento woman suspected of leading largest EDD fraud scheme in the county

Proposal to end competitive bidding for minority-owned contractors in Oakland

California energy officials plan to slash incentives for rooftop solar

Wildfire Risk in California Drives Insurers to Pull Policies for Pricey Homes

San Jose advocates say outdated permit requirement hinders helping feed the homeless

Assemblymember Akilah Weber, M.D., Introduces Bill to Recognize Juneteenth as Paid State Holiday

Rep. Jerry McNerney announces he will not run for reelection in 2022

On this episode of the WTF California Podcast, we discuss owning your jokes as we received some fan mail this morning—kudos by the way, just celebrate it. Viral video after staff quits Noah’s Bagels showcases why you don’t be a jerk to employees. You can now earn $10k for college simply by volunteering per new State program. Bill would make Juneteenth a State Holiday.  More EDD fraud uncovered. Did you know San Jose has a $50 permit fee just to feed homeless. Plus, California energy officials seek to slash incentives for rooftop solar.


 


Articles From the Show


Suspects Associated with Thefts from Elderly Victims Arrested by San Ramon Police

Entire Staff Quits Noah’s Bagels In Vacaville In Protest — And Video Goes Viral

In wealthy LA enclave, harsher penalties for wasting water

California unveils ‘College Corps’ program to help students pay for education through community service

Sacramento woman suspected of leading largest EDD fraud scheme in the county

Proposal to end competitive bidding for minority-owned contractors in Oakland

California energy officials plan to slash incentives for rooftop solar

Wildfire Risk in California Drives Insurers to Pull Policies for Pricey Homes

San Jose advocates say outdated permit requirement hinders helping feed the homeless

Assemblymember Akilah Weber, M.D., Introduces Bill to Recognize Juneteenth as Paid State Holiday

Rep. Jerry McNerney announces he will not run for reelection in 2022

43 min