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Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good evening. I'm Joe Michael's governor, Gavin Newsom says he knows the state needs to do better getting Californians vaccinated against the coronavirus during the largest of the state's five vaccination Super stations. Petco Park in San Diego. Newsome says he's pushing the Biden administration to do all it can to get more vaccines to California accelerate the distribution of Visor and Madonna vaccines. Encouraging. We hope with the appropriate level of scrutiny that the FDA will move forward with emergency use authorization on the change a vaccine. Newsom says Some California counties aren't where they need to be in terms of vaccine distribution. While he says the state needs to provide support, they also need to promote a sense of urgency, saying it's what the public deserves. At least two of the agencies that helps survivors of domestic violence in Sacramento a reporting twice as many cases since the pandemic started, But the number of prosecutions has stayed pretty much the same. John today is in charge of domestic violence cases for the D A's office. She says. The pandemic and a lot of social on rest were happening at the same time. I don't know that those things occurring simultaneously fostered the kind of trust that we need to have victims comfortable to calling. Law enforcement today says people are calling We even the Family Justice Center to get help. Even if they don't want to prosecute their abuser. The Justice Center is faith, Whitmore says. People who rely on their abuser for financial support may not want them to get arrested. And in some cases, aging parents don't want to report abuse of adult Children. Sacramento Mayor Gerald Steinberg is blasting the masked marauders who attacked his house over the weekend, calling it an act of anarchy. The mayor says the violent assault wasn't a protest, noting the Attackers threw rocks at his door and shouted his kids names over and over. The incident was captured on social media, where the Attackers demanded that Steinberg quit his job or resign over concerns about the homeless. Dozens of police officers arrived on the scene, but no one was arrested. The mayor's office is calling it terrorism. I'm Joe Michael's News 93.1 kfbk now. Sacramento traffic..

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