Residents of the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Porter Ranch are once again smelling natural gas. The Southern California Gas Company reported a small leak on Monday. Dozens of nearby Porter Ranch residents reported feeling ill, and many reported it on a smartphone app created by a neighbor.
Reporter: Sharon McNary
Fresno School Board Member Refuses to Resign After Homophobic Comments
A Fresno school board president’s homophobic remarks has drawn national attention. Brooke Ashjian told a reporter back in August that he feared teaching kids LGBT-inclusive sex ed could make them gay. He’s no longer president, but still has a seat on the board.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancano
Fresno Unified Hopes to Create Welcome Environment with New Leadership
Elizabeth Jonasson Rosas has only been on the board a year and is eager to move past the homophobic remarks and controversy of her predecessor.
Reporter: Katrina Schwartz
Bill Seeks to Prevent Future Fire Insurance Coverage Losses
Residents whose houses are still standing after wildfires may feel the pain later, as insurance companies can deny residents future home insurance. State Senator Ricardo Lara is announcing a bill today to change that.
Guest: Ricardo Lara
L.A. City of Lynwood Could Be Next Pot Mecca
On January first, Californians will be able to buy legal recreational marijuana. But how and where depends on where you live. Many local governments are nowhere near ready for sales. And some are outright resisting the legal pot industry. Then there are those cities hoping to cash in on cannabis.
Reporter: David Wagner