Self-driving car manufacturers will soon be able to test their vehicles on California roads, without a back up driver in the car. Department of Motor Vehicle regulations approved on Monday allow companies to apply for permits and start testing as soon as April.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson
Kern County Election Lines to be Redrawn After Ruling
Kern County is scrambling to redraw its local election districts, after a federal judge ruled that the boundaries prevent Latino voters from electing candidates of their choice for supervisor.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Doctors Aim to Improve Health at L.A. County Jail with Focus on Primary Care
The Los Angeles County jail system is the largest in the country. On any given day, it houses around 18,000 inmates, many with illness or wrestling with addiction. But inadequate medical care has been a problem for years. Now, after decades of investigations and lawsuits, health officials are trying to turn that around.
Reporter: Anna Gorman
The Supreme Court has issued a ruling this morning that immigrants detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement do not have a right to periodic bond hearings.
Reporter: Julie Small
The ACLU has filed a federal lawsuit in San Diego, saying the U-S government illegally separated an asylum-seeking mother from her seven-year-old daughter. The case is just one of dozens of family separation cases.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
A year after the failure of the Oroville Dam spillway brought about evacuation orders affecting more than a hundred and eighty thousand people, beefed up annual inspections of the states dams along with other raised standards are now the law.
Guest: Assemblyman James Gallagher