OAKLAND, Calif. — A series of November weather systems is bringing welcome rain and snow to much of Northern California and serves as a reminder of the importance of winter storm safety. In addition to the rain and snow that fell earlier this week across Northern California, additional storm systems are expected to pass intermittently through the area beginning Saturday …Read More »
Offering On-the-Spot Hiring for Bus Drivers SACRAMENTO, CA – The Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) is hosting two in-person hiring events specifically to help bring onboard more bus drivers and other essential staff positions. SacRT offers an extremely generous and competitive benefits package for medical, dental, paid sick leave, retirement, and tuition reimbursement. Also, signing bonuses are available for bus …Read More »
With Triple-Digit Heat Expected This Week in Many Locations Across California, PG&E Offers Energy Saving Tips to Reduce Impact of Hot Weather on Power Bills
OAKLAND, Calif. — As the state prepares for a heat wave that could send temperatures soaring in parts of Northern and Central California this week, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) encourages customers to take steps to conserve energy to avoid bill surprises as the mercury rises. According to PG&E’s in-house meteorologists, temperatures are forecast to begin climbing today and …Read More »
By Khanh Banh, community advocate at Southland Có rất nhiều điều để vinh danh trong tháng Năm. Tháng Năm là Tháng Nâng Cao Nhận Thức về Sức Khỏe Tâm Thần, là thời điểm ghi nhận và nâng cao nhận thức của những người đang đối mặt với các vấn đề về sức khỏe tâm thần, để giúp giảm bớt sự …Read More »
By Khanh Banh, community advocate at Southland There are many things to celebrate in May. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to acknowledge and raise awareness of those living with mental health conditions to help reduce the stigma so many people experience. It serves as a reminder for us to find ways to take care of ourselves and support others with …Read More »
Muaj cov cai tshiab (federal regulations) tuaj uas cuam tshuam txog kev mus caij dav hlau nyob rau Lub Caij Nplooj Ntoos Hlav (Spring) 2023 no. Npaj ua daim REAL ID tam sim no.
Yog koj tseem tsis tau ua daim REAL ID, nco ntsoov tias tsoom fwv txoj cai uas yuav tsum kom muaj daim REAL ID thiaj li ya tau dav hlau los yuav txog, ua rau Lub Caij Nplooj Ntoos Hlav (Spring) no yog zaum kawg uas mus caij dav hlau es tsis muaj daim REAL ID los tau! Pib lub …Read More »
Ask the DMV: New federal regulations are headed our way that will affect air travel in Spring 2023. Get prepared now with a REAL ID.
If you have not yet applied for your REAL ID, be aware that federal requirements for travel will soon go into effect, making this the last spring break you can travel without one! Starting May 2023, you will need to show a REAL ID driver’s license or identification card, or other federally approved identification –like a passport—at TSA airport checkpoints …Read More »
Các quy định mới của liên bang đang hướng chúng ta đến sự ảnh hưởng của việc đi lại bằng đường hàng không vào Mùa xuân năm 2023. Hãy chuẩn bị ngay bây giờ với REAL ID.
Nếu quý vị chưa nộp đơn xin REAL ID, hãy lưu ý rằng các yêu cầu liên bang về việc đi lại sẽ sớm có hiệu lực, vậy nên đây là kỳ nghỉ xuân cuối cùng quý vị có thể đi du lịch mà không cần có REAL ID! Bắt đầu từ tháng 5 năm 2023, quý vị sẽ cần …Read More »
Physical, Digital and Photocopies of Vaccination Cards Are All Accepted as Proof of Vaccination in Washington State
Several types of proof of COVID-19 vaccination are accepted in Washington State. First is the vaccination card, which is specific to the COVID-19 vaccine and given to a patient when they receive their first dose. This is different than a vaccine record, which is a more comprehensive record of all immunizations a person has received. A vaccine card is filled …Read More »
Washington State Insurance Commissioner Extends COVID-19 Testing and Surprise Billing Emergency Orders to May 28
Mike Kreidler, Washington State’s Insurance Commissioner, has extended two emergency orders related to COVID-19 testing. The first order states that health insurers must waive copays and deductibles for any individual requiring COVID-19 testing. The second order protects those who require testing from any unexpected bills related to lab fees associated with COVID-19 diagnostic testing. Both orders have been extended to May 28. According to …Read More »