Temporary Protected Status for Nicaraguan Immigrants to End in 2019
The Trump administration announced Monday it will end a program for more than 5,000 Nicaraguan immigrants who were allowed to live temporarily in the U.S. But Homeland Security officials said they have yet to decide the fate of three much larger groups: Hondurans, Salvadorans, and Haitians.
Reporter: Leslie Berestein-Rojas
Ag Secretary Perdue Meets with Central Valley Farmers
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue spent the last two days meeting with California farmers. It was his first visit to the state since joining the Trump administration, and farmers had three things on their minds: immigration, trade, and regulation.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancaño
Governor Brown on Global Climate Stump in Europe
The governor has a packed schedule of meetings in Europe ahead of his visit later this week to the U-N climate conference in Bonn, Germany.
Reporter: Craig Miller
The European green crab is costing the fishing industry nineteen million dollars a year on the East Coast alone. And now, the invasive species has been spotted up and down the West Coast from British Columbia to here in California. But a group of California ecologists are striking back. The team has focused their efforts on a small inlet in Marin County called Seadrift Lagoon. The key to fending off this species is to let them grow into adulthood.
Reporter: Peter Arcuni
Orange County Fire Officials Announce Cause of Canyon Fire
There have been lots of questions swirling over the cause and the response to a destructive wildfire in the Anaheim area last month. We now have an answer to that first part, the cause. The other – response – will take some time
Reporter: Steven Cuevas
Health Officials Make Sales Pitch to Doctors to Reduce Opioid Prescription
President Trump has declared the opioid crisis a “public health emergency," but so far hasn’t called for any new federal funding to help. Doctors in one Northern California program are trying to reduce prescription abuse using techniques taken, ironically enough, from the drug industry.
Reporter: Pauline Bartolone