"Release the memo." That has been the rallying cry of Republicans looking to show that the FBI improperly surveilled the presidential campaign of Donald Trump. We've been talking about it all this week because the principal players in this story are Devin Nunes, Republican Congressman from the Central Valley, and Adam Schiff, Democrat from Los Angeles. Nunes wrote the memo. And now Schiff says the memo delivered to the President has been changed from the one originally produced.
Guest: Lisa Desjardins
New Facebook Report: Use Is Down
Big news yesterday from California company Facebook: everyday people are using the social media site 50 million hours less per day. Also, the company paid a lot more money in taxes because of the recent GOP tax reform bill.
Guest: April Glaser
California's Sierra Snowpack Could Be In Trouble Again
There's been so little snowfall this winter that people are starting to drop the "D-word", concerned that the state might be heading back into drought.
Reporters: Craig Miller and Molly Peterson
Civil rights advocates filed suit in federal court this week to try and block Orange County officials from moving homeless people away from the Santa Ana riverbank.
Reporter: Jill Replogle
What if you took a police scanner, twitter and a neighborhood watch group and combined them on your smart-phone? That’s a bit like what the app called Citizen is doing with a new crime tracker.
Reporter: Peter Arcuni
California Workers with TPS Worry About Job Security
In California 80,000 immigrants have Temporary Protected Status or TPS. Most of them are employed. The Trump administration is ending the protections for many. And that's causing uncertainty not only for these workers, but their employers as well.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala-Romero