The California Assembly will take a final vote Monday on a long-stalled bill that would give whistleblower protections to legislative staffers. The vote comes days after the Legislature released additional documents on the sexual harassment claims its investigated over the last decade.
Reporter: Katie Orr
L.A. County’s district attorney said last week she is not going to follow the lead of her counterparts in San Francisco and San Diego, who are dismissing or reducing past misdemeanor and felony marijuana convictions.
Reporter: Frank Stoltze
We usually blame the nasty gasses that cause California’s smog on the usual suspects; like gas cars and big cities. But a new study from U.C. Davis suggests there’s an undercounted source for the state’s bad air: fertilizer.
Reporter: Molly Peterson
Late last week the Trump administration said it would reconsider an Obama-era plan to protect 10 million acres of California desert, all federal land. The plan took eight years to piece together and it pitted conservationists and renewable energy proponents against one another.
Guest: Sammy Roth
The morning after Super Bowl 52 you might be talking about all the television ads or even the game itself. But people are also talking about research that shows how the game can cause extensive brain injury on NFL players. Now a lawsuit brought by two California moms claims that youth football poses a similar risk.
Reporter: Michelle Faust
Burbank Mayor Continues to Lead His City, Despite Late Onset Cancer Diagnosis
The Burbank city council meets tomorrow evening for their weekly meeting. Not exactly headline news there. But Burbank's council meetings have taken a different feel these days, just a few months after the city’s 60-year-old Mayor Will Rogers announced he has stage 4 liver cancer.
Guest: Will Rogers