KVMR Evening News Thursday April 18, 2019
NPR headlines followed by regional weather.
Paul Emery speaks with Diana Gamzon, executive director of The Cannibas Alliance about the latest developments in Nevada County's cultivation ordinance.
Al Stahler speaks with Earll Kingston who will be dramatizing the first exploration, and the first boat trip through the Grand Canyon.
The Public News Service reports that California's teacher shortage is hitting high-poverty schools the hardest.
Charlotte Peterson chats with Libby Bonomolo from the Nevada City Chamber of Commerce.
Molly Fisk with an essay, Though I Don't Have a Belfry.