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Homeless at Orange County Riverbed Camp Prepare to Move

A federal judge in Orange County told homeless advocates and county agencies to  work together to find a solution to relocate up to eight hundred homeless people living along a two-mile stretch of the Santa Ana Riverbed.
Reporter: Jill Replogle

Can Gubernatorial Candidates Tackle Childhood Poverty?

Children who grow up poor are more likely, according to numerous health studies, to become homeless. Nearly two million kids live in poverty in California. State gubernatorial candidates are weighing in on the issue.
Reporter: Katie Orr

Immigration Requests Shoot Up in San Francisco, L.A. Jails Under Trump

KQED politics reporter Marisa Lagos got her hands on some data this week that sheds light on how Immigration and Customs Enforcement has changed its game in county jails since President Trump took office.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos

California Utility Workers' Recovery Efforts in Puerto Rico Face Roadblocks

Today, The California Report begins a series of stories focusing on recovery efforts in Puerto Rico, nearly five months after Hurricane Maria hit. Our first story looks at how Sacramento utility workers are lending a hand.
Reporter: Bert Johnson

Equine Therapy Brings Relief to Special Needs Children

West Coast Ecuestre, in the rural town of Aguada, is providing therapy to special needs children who have been without therapeutic support since Hurricane Maria.
Reporter: John Sepulvado