News

Why News Is Important

News is important for many reasons. It keeps us informed of what is going on around us locally, nationally, and even informs us about sports. San Jose has some local news channels such as NBC Bay Area News and also Channel 11 news. There are a lot of good reasons why you should watch the news and here is why. 

It is good to know what is happening around you locally. Watching the NBC Bay Area News will allow you to know what is going on   around us. Such as maybe sports games, fires, or even other   news-breaking events.                                                                        

It is probably a good time to start watching the news now as we are going into the summer. Going into the summer means fire season. Watching the news will keep you informed about the WildFire season and how it is going. 

Watching the NBC Bay Area News can also keep you informed about sports. They will talk about how things are going with local Bay Area sports teams. They will talk about when they win the scores and even if they make it to the playoffs. 

Watching the NBC Bay Area News is also good to watch so you know what is going on with Covid-19 in Santa Clara County. It is good to keep up to know what tier our county is in and even what places will be opening up. Watching the NBC Bay Area News can also help keep you informed about the Covid-19 vaccination. The NBC Bay Area News will keep you informed with all kinds of information regarding the Covid-19 vaccine.

All in all, it is good to watch the news to keep informed about what is going on globally and even locally around you.

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