California Cold Snap Threatens Central Valley Crops
Temperatures in San Francisco and Oakland both fell to record lows this morning. Jim Anderson with the National Weather Service explains how the freezing weather is having an economic impact in California's Central Valley.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati
Judge Orders Removal of Orange County Homeless Camps
Starting today, hundreds of homeless people will no longer be able to live along the Santa Ana Riverbed in Orange County. This comes after a federal judge gave the county the green light to remove the homeless camp last week, with one caveat: The county must provide housing for the people living along the riverbed.
Reporter: Jill Replogle
California Scientist Reveals the Dangers of Secondhand Pot Smoke
Now that California has legalized pot, new questions and debates are popping up. Is smoking cannabis bad for your health, and if so, how bad? And what about secondhand smoke? Should you worry? A California scientist is looking closely at what happens after you exhale.
Reporter: Marissa Ortega-Welch
When somebody dies suddenly, violently or under suspicious circumstances, county officials must investigate to determine how and why. Julie Small has been looking into allegations of bungled death investigations by the Sheriff-Coroner in San Joaquin County. Today she reports on a move to put this work solely in the hands of trained medical experts.
Reporter: Julie Small
Law Students in LA Help Clear Criminal Records
Former offenders are getting some help from law students to clear their criminal records. A new program at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles is trying to help people with prior criminal convictions remove barriers to employment and ease other challenges.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas