Doctor Locked Up in Vacaville State Prison for Reporting Abuse
A prison psychologist says she was locked in alone in a unit with a convicted rapist, because she reported repeated incidents of abuse against gay and transgender prisoners.
Reporter Ryan Levi
Department of Justice Issues Warrant over IP addresses From a Website that Helped Protests at President Trump's Inauguration
DreamHost, a Los Angeles-based web hosting company, reported that the federal government is trying to compel them for a large amount of digital records. This data would include IP addresses for more than a million people who visited a website called Disrupt-j-20.org. This website helped organized protests at President Trump's inauguration.
Reporter John Sepulvado
Winegrowers See a Labor Shortage
The California Reports’ Tiffany Camhi spoke with Karissa Kruse of Sonoma County Winegrowers to find out what’s causing the labor crunch and what growers are doing to make sure no grape goes unpicked.
Reporter Tiffany Camhi
NAFTA Re-negotiation May Affect Farmers and Ranchers in California
California exported about 4-and-a-half billion dollars worth of agricultural products to Canada and Mexico in 2015. So with NAFTA renegotiation talks under way this week, there may be a lot at stake for farmers and ranchers in the state.
Reporter Vanessa Rancano