Another lawmaker is leaving the state legislature following accusations of sexual harassment. But Senator Tony Mendoza says he won’t be gone for long.
Reporter: Katie Orr
New Firearm Law Banning Sales to Hate Crime Offenders Takes Effect
One of the many new California laws going into effect this year aims to take guns out of the hands of people convicted of hate crimes. Such crimes have been on the rise in California, according to the state Attorney General's office.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas
What the End of the Obama-era Pot Policy Means for California
The U.S Department of Justice is making a major change to how they enforce federal marijuana laws. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will instruct U.S. attorneys to enforce federal drug laws as they see fit, according to the Associated Press.
Guest: David Ball
Los Angeles Police Department officials are promising aggressive enforcement of two aspects of California’s new law legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.
Reporter: Frank Stoltze
Relocation of Iconic Humboldt County Lighthouse Brings Controversy
For many people living in the small Northern California coastal community of Trinidad, their lighthouse, a replica of the original structure, represents sailors, fishermen and travelers lost at sea. But for members of the Yurok Tribe, whose nearby ancestral village is called Tsurai, the lighthouse represents oppression by white settlers. Now the city wants to move the lighthouse away from an eroding cliff, but the site they’ve chosen is on top of a tribal burial ground.
Reporter: Natalya Estrada