UC Regent Norman Pattiz Signals Resignation
University of California regent Norman Pattiz will resign in February amid accusations of sexual harassment. Pattiz, who is CEO of a company that produces podcasts, was caught on tape last year asking an employee making a bra commercial if he could help her out by holding her breasts. His resignation letter yesterday made no reference to the incident.
Newly Licensed Marijuana Shop Gets Ready for the New Year
The New Year is right around the corner and with it legalized recreational cannabis for adults. Buddy's Cannabis in San Jose is the first cannabis shop in state history to receive a license for selling weed, and they're getting ready for a spike in business on January 1.
Reporter: Tonya Mosley
Where are Cannabis Businesses Putting Their Money?
The marijuana industry is contending with the problem of where to put its money. Marijuana is still a Class 1 federal drug, and even when companies want to become licensed in California, most banks still don't want their business. The state is trying to help.
Guest: Katie Orr
Cannabis Seizure in Mendocino Causes Confusion about Permits
In the run-up to those new pot rules on January 1, there seems to be confusion about what's legal right now. Earlier this week in Mendocino County, a California Highway Patrol officer seized a truck carrying nearly a ton of cannabis, even though the driver was carrying a county-issued business license for a marijuana distribution company.