San Diego residents who oppose President Trump's border wall organized a protest Monday afternoon ahead of his visit to see the prototypes. A few dozen immigrant rights activists and environmental leaders gathered in San Diego's Chicano Park, long a focal point for activism, to say that Trump isn't welcome here.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
'Pre-Party' Protest Held in Beverly Hills Before President' Visit
When President Trump flies into Los Angeles Tuesday, he’ll be whisked to a Republican campaign fundraiser not far from the heart of Beverly Hills. So that’s where labor leaders, advocacy groups and Democrats gathered Monday night for something of a ‘pre-party’ protest ahead of Tuesday’s event.
Reporter: Jenny Hamel
Mandatory Evacuations in Santa Barbara Ahead of Rains
Residents in portions of Santa Barbara county are under mandatory evacuation orders today, as a storm with the potential to trigger flash flooding and debris flows settles into the region. Sheriff deputies went door to door last night to get residents out of areas burned by last year's wildfires. As of 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, the evacuation orders have been lifted.
Reporter: Stephanie O'Neill
A Bay Area ICE official is quitting his job, over statements made by the Trump administration.
Reporter: Julie Small
State lawmakers will consider a bill today that would close what critics see as a loophole in state shoplifting laws. The bill is part of a bigger debate playing out in Sacramento over criminal justice reform.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Program Aims to Give Coding Skills to Mexican Engineers
In Mexico, some deportees and returnees are training to become software engineers. They are part of an innovative program that aims to give them coding skills.
Reporter: Emily Green