Cristina Garcia launched her political career as an anti-government corruption crusader in South L.A. After winning a seat in the state Assembly six years ago she became head of the California Legislative Women’s Caucus. She also became a firebrand of the #MeToo movement. Now she’s facing her own accusations of sexual harassment.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Gonzalo Curiel, the Mexican-American San Diego federal judge who was targeted by Donald Trump during the presidential campaign, holds a hearing today. It’s over legal challenges tied to the president’s border wall project.
Reporter: Erik Anderson
Opponents of oil production in the waters up and down the California coast gave a boisterous welcome to federal officials Thursday in Sacramento. It was at a public meeting all about a Trump Administration plan to reopen those waters to drilling.
Reporter: Craig Miller
A new state study reports a drop in the number of Californians using handheld cellphones while they drive. But there’s lots of you still texting and talking behind the wheel.
Reporter: Dan Brekke
Sudanese Asylum Seeker Arrested by ICE Agents in San Francisco
The asylum seeker was arrested by immigration agents while still attending his asylum hearing in San Francisco.
San Francisco to Open the Nation's First Safe Injection Site
The San Francisco Health Commission voted this week to support the opening of a safe drug injection site.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
Citing a Gold Rush era state law on hydraulic mining, Butte County district attorney Mike Ramsey announced a multi-billion dollar lawsuit against the state Department of Water Resources this week. The lawsuit is over environmental damage caused by debris cut loose in last year’s near-disaster at the Oroville Dam.
Reporter: Marc Albert
The San Joaquin County Sheriff-Coroner has come under intense fire in recent months for allegedly mishandling death investigations and abusing his authority. Now stories of mixed up bodies at the coroner's office are emerging.
Guest: Julie Small