State Fire Marshal's Office to Get More Resources for Oil Pipeline Inspections
The state agency that oversees California’s vast oil pipeline network is staffing up. This comes after several pipelines ruptured and spilled oil into California waterways.
Reporter: Ted Goldberg
The Oroville Dam spillway failed back in February, causing about 180,000 people to have to evacuate. We check in on the dam’s current status and find out what a mysterious green spot that’s appeared on the left side of its downstream face is.
Reporter: Dan Brekke
CSU Nixes Remedial Classes, Placement Tests
The California State University system is getting rid of placement tests and remedial classes for incoming freshmen beginning in 2018. But a growing number of faculty members are angry, calling the dramatic move announced last week politically motivated. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
Antelope Valley's Only Homeless Shelter to Close Amid Growing Homeless Numbers
It's no secret that the city of Los Angeles has a large and growing homeless population. There's a lot less people living on the street up in the Antelope Valley north of L.A. But the numbers there are growing too. And resources are scarce. Even more so now that the Valley’s only homeless shelter shut down this weekend.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas