Students from across California joined the national day of protest to mark the one-month anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting in Florida. We have reports today from the Central Valley and Humboldt County. But we begin at a Los Angeles high school, where many of the kids who protested Wednesday are all too familiar with gun violence.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas, Alex Hall
CEO Elizabeth Holmes will give up millions of shares in her company to settle what the Securities and Exchange Commission calls "massive fraud." The SEC filed charges Wednesday against Holmes, her blood-testing company and the company’s former president.
Reporter: Jon Brooks
California's Proposed Opportunity Zones Face Deadline Today
Thursday is the last day for Californians to weigh in on a wish list of federal development investment zones aimed at reducing poverty. Some groups are asking for more time.
Reporter: Peter John Shuler
There may be a new option for storing the nuclear fuel waste from San Onofre's nuclear generating station. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has agreed to consider licensing an interim storage site for nuclear waste in New Mexico.
Reporter: Alison St John
The Winter Paralympics taking place now in Pyeongchang are enjoying their biggest games yet. Southern California's own Mike Shea won silver in snowboarding at Sochi in 2014, and is looking to medal again.
Reporter: Josie Huang
The Trump administration opened up more than 1 million acres of California desert lands to new mining claims last Friday. The lands had formerly been set aside for conservation. The move has left some observers scratching their heads as the economy of the rural West is becoming more dependent on tourism and less on extracting natural resources.
Reporter: Emily Guerin