California Releases Cannabis Regulations
In less than two months it'll be legal for adults in California to buy marijuana for recreational use. But until this week, we didn't have a clear idea of how the state was planning to regulate.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati
California’s Capitol continues to be ensnared in a sexual harassment scandal. This week saw fresh accusations against Democratic state senator Tony Mendoza. He denies them. As the situation unfolds, the women who started the conversation are already focusing on the future.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Sandy Hook Parent Pushes For Gun Safety Training in Schools
When a shooter tried to get into classrooms at Rancho Tehama Elementary School earlier this week, he couldn't. Officials say if teachers hadn't put the school on lockdown, the harm could have been much worse, like what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut in 2012. We talk with a mother of a child who was killed in that massacre about what school personnel can do to help keep children and staff safe.
Guest: Michele Gay, Safe and Sound Schools co-founder
Three years before Pink Floyd released Dark Side of the Moon, in the middle of their third U.S. tour, the band stopped in San Francisco to play an hour-long show to an empty Fillmore Auditorium. The set was filmed for broadcast by a tiny local television station called KQED. Now, more than 40 years after the original performance, KQED has unearthed the unseen, raw footage.