Los Angeles Now Requires City Contractors to Reveal If They Bid On Border Wall Work
The L.A. City Council drew its own line in the sand yesterday on Donald Trump’s border wall.
Reporter: Andrea Bernstein
State Sheriffs Association Looks to Amend 'Sanctuary State' Legislation
Some state lawmakers want to head off the Trump administration's push to deport more immigrants with a bill that would make California a so-called "sanctuary state." But yesterday, the State Sheriff’s Association said the bill is a bad move for public safety.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
As California Bilingual Education Grows, Teacher Training is Key
Last year, voters made it easier for California public schools to start bilingual education programs. Now, demand for teachers who can work in those programs is growing. But school administrators are finding out that it’s hard to find teachers whose academic Spanish is as good as their academic English. Some teachers are using the summer to step up their bilingual teaching game.
Reporter: Adolfo Guzman-Lopez
A California company tied to the famous "Cuties" brand of oranges has been fined for violating pesticide rules in connection with a chemical drift incident that sickened more than three dozen Central Valley farmworkers this spring.
Reporter: Ted Goldberg
Google Fires Employee Who Wrote Controversial Diversity Memo
Google fired James Damore, the engineer who wrote a 10-page memo saying the gender gap in computer engineering is due to “biological” differences that disadvantage women. All of this has sparked a heated debate. But some lawyers say Google’s action was clear cut.
Reporter: Queena Kim