The man who fired the bullet that killed Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco two years ago is not guilty of murder. The jury’s verdict came in yesterday evening and immediately ignited a firestorm of criticism from the White House and on down.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
The California Legislature has paid out nearly $2 million over the past 25 years to settle sexual harassment claims, all of that with taxpayer dollars.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Statewide Poll: Newsom, Villaraigosa Ahead in Race for State Governor
As Jerry Brown prepares to enter his final year as governor, the race to replace him is heating up. A new poll finds two candidates clearly have an edge.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
State lawmakers are demanding more information about the costs of Governor Jerry Brown's proposed $17 billion Delta tunnels project.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati
L.A. Exhibit Celebrates Inventive Failures
We tend to want to avoid failure. But a new traveling exhibit, the Museum of Failure, opening in L.A. this weekend revels in it; spectacular screw-ups in technology, food products and pop culture.
Guest: Dr. Samuel West
Posthumous Album from Ghost Ship Fire Victim To Be Released on Anniversary of the Deadly Warehouse Fire
This weekend marks one year since the deadly Ghost Ship fire in Oakland. 36 people died in the warehouse art space fire. Many of those lost were artists and musicians. Including Johnny Igaz an electronic music DJ and musician who went by the name Nackt.
Guest: Chris Zaldua