Solano County Court Agrees to Stop Suspending Licenses of Low-Income Drivers
The agreement settles a lawsuit brought by a coalition of civil rights advocates last year.
Reporter Peter Jon Shuler
North Korea Missiles Could Reach California, But Is an Attack Realistic?
David Schermler, a nonproliferation analyst at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, joins us to discuss North Korea.
Reporter Penny Nelson
Powering Farm Machinery By Cow Manure
Straus Family Creamery in Northern California has been a leader in sustainable and organic farm practices for years. Now, what was a wild idea eight years ago has finally been realized: to power the machinery that feeds the dairy cows...with their own poop.
Reporter Tiffany Camhi
A lawsuit was filed yesterday to block President Trump’s proposed ban on transgender military members from becoming policy. The ban was announced by Trump two weeks ago on Twitter.
Reporter Scott Shafer
State Residents Want California Juvenile Detentions to Close
On any given day about six thousand kids in California are locked up…and the majority of those youngsters are African-American and Latino. Now, 60 percent of residents want to close the state’s juvenile detention facilities, according to a new survey from the California Endowment.
Reporter Sukey Lewis