Mendocino Coast Fishing Industry In a Slump
In our first story reporting from KZYX in Mendocino County, we find that the county's longstanding fishing industry is waning.
Reporter: Sheri Quinn
Federal Civil Right's Office Sides with Cal Sexual Harrasment Victims
Before there was #Me Too, there was "Yes means Yes," the fight to end sexual violence on college campuses. U.C. Berkeley was often at the center of the storm. There were allegations of sexual misconduct by high-profile faculty, lawsuits, firings and resignations , including the chancellor’s. The U.S. Department of Education has been investigating and and has reached an agreement that calls for reforms and continuing oversight.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancano
Survey Finds Economic Hardship Among Disneyland Employees
Disneyland employees routinely face threats of homelessness, according to a survey released this week. The survey, titled “Working for the Mouse,” found that employees at the park suffer a high risk of economic hardship due to low wages and inconsistent schedules.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
Immigration Attorneys Rush to Represent ICE Detainees
Advocates are scrambling to provide legal help for 150 people in Northern and Central California arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement this week. But finding attorneys is much harder in some places than others.
Reporter: Julie Small
Southern California Vietnamese Immigrants in Limbo Sue the Federal Government
Attorneys in Southern California are suing the Trump administration on behalf of Vietnamese immigrants who arrived in the U.S. before 1995 as refugees. Now these immigrants are at risk of deportation.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas