As President Trump prepares his first visit to California this week, Governor Jerry Brown has sent the president a letter, and it includes a pitch for Brown’s pet project.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
Central Valley Business Blames Sanctuary State Policy for its Second ICE Audit
Some agriculture businesses believe California’s war with the federal government over immigration is drawing more federal scrutiny to their workforce. Poindexter Nut Company's CEO feels caught in the middle.
Reporter: Alex Hall
ACLU Challenges ICE Workplace Raids in Court
Federal immigration agents have swept up hundreds of people in raids up and down California in recent weeks. Now, the case of one LA man, a car mechanic arrested under suspicious circumstances last September, is challenging how workplace raids are conducted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Reporter: Jenny Hamel
Shooting at Veterans Home Leaves Four Dead
Friday’s shootings at the Veterans Home of California in the idyllic Wine Country town of Yountville continue to shock and sadden the community. Congressman Mike Thompson, who represents California’s 5th District and lives a few miles up the road from where this tragedy took place, says that it’s deeply personal for him in more ways than one.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Does a Popular Herbicide Cause Cancer?
Monsanto's weedkiller Roundup is one of the most widely used herbicides in the world and US Regulatory agencies have repeatedly deemed it safe. Yet hundreds of cancer victims and their families have filed lawsuits against Monsanto, claiming the company has long known about the product's cancer risk and failed to provide warning. A federal judge in San Francisco spent last week hearing evidence from researchers about the risks of Roundup and its ingredients.
Reporter: Danielle Venton