In a temporary victory for DACA recipients, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration's request for a review of a San Francisco-based federal judge's ruling that protects hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, a significant number of whom are in California. The Supreme Court's denial of the request effectively leaves the DACA program in place beyond the March 5 deadline imposed by the president last fall.
Guest: Stephen Valdeck
In the Bay Area, there have been high-profile alerts about ICE raids in the past couple months. This past weekend, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf warned of an imminent enforcement operation. We spoke with some immigrants about the frequent rumors of raids.
Reporter: Raquel Maria Dillon
Nurses rallied at seven California hospitals last week to call attention to a Supreme Court case beginning Monday. The nurses say the outcome of the case could weaken public sector unions.
Reporter: Laura Klivans
California High Schools Focus In On Data Science
Every time we search Google or buy a pair of shoes online we’re creating a lot of valuable data. And people who can analyze it, data scientists, are in high demand right now. Now a growing number of California high schools are trying to jump on the trend to give their students a leg up in the field.
Reporter: Katrina Schwartz
Southern California Edison Begins to Move Nuclear Waste from San Onofre Plant
Southern California Edison began moving 3.5 million pounds of radioactive, nuclear waste from San Onofre's cooling ponds to dry storage in January. Now, questions are being raised about whether the chosen site for the waste is safe.
Guest: Alison St. John
California Democrats wrapped up their statewide convention in San Diego on Sunday, unable to agree on which candidates to endorse in most statewide contests.
Reporters: Scott Shafer and Katie Orr