Police officials have released body cam, chopper and 911 audio of an incident from Sunday in which Sacramento police shot at 22-year-old Stephon Clark at least 20 times, killing him in his grandparents' backyard. The incident began when police received a 911 call saying a man had broken car windows and was hiding in a back yard.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
The new leader of the California State Senate begins her first full day on the job today. San Diego Democrat Toni Atkins is making history as she becomes the first woman and first openly gay lawmaker to be sworn in as President pro Tempore of the state Senate.
Reporter: Katie Orr
According to results from a new statewide poll ahead of a June primary, Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom now has a strong advantage in the race for governor, while US Senator Dianne Feinstein has a double digit lead over her Democratic challenger.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Overflow crowds packed two federal courtrooms in San Francisco Wednesday, to see a bizarre spectacle: scientists and oil industry lawyers schooling a federal judge on climate science. The spectacle was a part of a case brought by San Francisco and Oakland over the looming costs of sea level rise. The two Bay Area cities have argued that Chevron, Exxon, BP and others have worsened their risk of sea level rise.
Reporter: Molly Peterson
California Congressmen Push for Vote on Dreamer Bills
In spite of back room negotiations, Congress will not include protections for young undocumented immigrants in the massive spending bill that must pass the House of Representatives before midnight Friday. So two California Congressmen are among those trying to drum up support for a legislative move that would force the House to vote up or down on a range of immigration bills.
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks
L.A. Councilmembers Adopt Twin Approach to Homelessness
The city of Los Angeles continues to take actions to combat homelessness. Councilmembers pledged to build more new supportive housing in every corner of the city while also expanding a crackdown on people living in certain kinds of vehicles.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas
Backers of a California ballot initiative pushing for consumer privacy protections say the latest issues around privacy and Facebook are an indication that technology companies need more regulation.
Reporter: Tonya Mosley