I'm working on a story about people's rights that fall under COVID-19 "high risk groups" and returning by @Andie Judson - Post Details

I'm working on a story about people's rights that fall under COVID-19 "high risk groups" and returning to work. Are you 65+ and want to return to work? Are you immunocompromised and do not want to go back to work? I'd love to hear your perspectives and your questions. @ABC10

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Here’s what traffic looks like heading into South Lake Tahoe. Mayor Collin said they’re expecting over 77,000 visitors. @ABC10

Pretty crowded scene up here in some areas of South Lake Tahoe. We just spoke with SLT Lt Laney, he said law enforcement is encouraging visitors to wear a mask and no fireworks. He said they’re focusing on education rather than enforcement. @ABC10

Front half of the boat inspection line in Meyers. There’s three inspection stations in SLT area, every boat has to be inspected. One boat owner in line told us this is his second inspection –– the inspection certificate was stolen from his boat @ABC10

Here’s the front of the boat inspection line. They’ve been waiting for hours for this moment. All boats have to be clean and dried - no left over water from past outings.

Here’s the front of the boat inspection line. They’ve been waiting for hours for this moment. All boats have to be clean and dried - no left over water from past outings.

This is Captain. He inspects the boats here to ensure there’s no water or mussels on board every boat to keep Tahoe Lake doesn’t get any invasive species - all while looking adorable @ABC10

This is Captain. He inspects the boats here to ensure there’s no water or mussels on board every boat to keep Tahoe Lake doesn’t get any invasive species - all while looking adorable @ABC10

This is the second half of the boat inspection line here in Tahoe. Wait times are currently around three hours and folks have been lining up since 4:30AM. EVERY boat needs to be inspected before getting on the water to prohibit invasive species on the lake. @ABC10

City leaders are deciding whether or not to allocate $5M to new police reform innitiatives. What are your thoughts? Here's m story from today. @Van_Tieu is monitoring the meeting and will continue having the latest for you.

Here’s what I asked Steinberg: Not only do we have the DA who is supposed to unbiasedly investigate officer involved shootings but we also have the office of public safety accountability. I’m wondering why we need an inspector General position?

If PD doesn’t have to respond to the same number of calls, we have opportunity to shift those resources to a new city dept - maybe called office of comm response - of non law enf. personnel to handle initial call. End result will be shifting of police resources.