The representative of the 58th Assembly District hasn’t spoken in public in about two months. Assemblymember Cristina Garcia took a voluntary leave of absence while the Assembly investigates allegations that she sexually assaulted and harassed members of her staff. Garcia vehemently denies those allegations in a full-segment interview with John Sepulvado.
Guest: Assemblymember Cristina Garcia
Civil rights leaders joined the family of Stephon Clark in Sacramento yesterday. During an event, Stephon Clark’s grandmother asked why police officers shot and killed her grandson in her backyard about a week ago instead of using a taser or dog to subdue him. Now, civil rights leaders are seeking to change state law to allow for independent investigations of certain police shootings.
Reporter: Katie Orr
U.S.-China Trade Tussle Stokes Worries in California's Ag Sector
As US and Chinese officials engage in talks to try and avoid a trade war, California producers of things like dried and fresh fruit, nuts and wine wonder what tariffs could mean if the Trump Administration moves forward in slapping tariffs on some Chinese goods.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Self-proclaimed daredevil “Mad” Mike Hughes completed his mission to launch himself into the air near Amboy, California this weekend. He flew on a rocket nearly 2,000 feet before a rough landing with parachutes.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley