A California pop culture blogger is fighting back against a cease and desist order from Taylor Swift. We look at what happens when celebrities threaten writers over negative coverage.
Reporter: Chloe Veltman
California Approves Rescue Plan For Shrinking Salton Sea
California regulators have committed to a ten-year plan to deal with the shrinking Salton Sea.
Reporter: Erik Anderson
Thousands of California's Central American Immigrants at Risk of Losing Federal Protection
The Trump administration announced earlier this week that it will be ending Temporary Protected Status for about 5,000 Nicaraguans. But the Homeland Security secretary, Elaine Duke, says she doesn't have enough information to decide whether to end or extend the program for the 86,000 Hondurans who have this protected immigration status. California is the home to the largest number of these immigrants in the nation.
Guest: Tyche Hendricks
Touch Football and a Middle School Crush: After the Fire, 8th Graders Remember Classmate Kai Shepherd
At 14 years old, Kai Shepherd was the youngest person to die in the Northern California wildfires. He and his sister and parents fled from their home in Redwood Valley as flames overtook the neighborhood. We went to Kai’s school to see how his friends and classmates plan to remember him.
Reporter: April Dembosky