Orange County Cities Head Back to Court on Homeless Encampments
Officials from a number of Orange County cities are gathering for yet another federal court hearing on what to do with around 400 people who had been living in makeshift encampments along the Santa Ana Riverbed. The judge overseeing the case ordered they be housed in motels for 30 days after the county forcibly evicted them from the site. The clock is running out on those motel vouchers though, and a proposal to create temporary shelters in three Orange County cities was angrily resisted by dozens of residents.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez
Search and Investigation Follows Deadly Mendocino Car Plunge
The search continues for 3 children still unaccounted for after their family’s SUV plunged off a steep seaside cliff in Mendocino County last week. 3 other children were killed along with their adoptive parents Sarah and Jennifer Hart. Authorities now suspect the Oregon family’s crash may have been intentional.
Reporter: Hope McKenney
People arrested for felony crimes will continue to have their DNA collected once in custody. The controversial practice was affirmed in a ruling from the California Supreme Court.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
State officials are resisting the Trump administration's decision to roll back federal fuel efficiency for cars and light trucks. The dispute could escalate dramatically if the feds try to revoke California's right to set its own tougher standards.
Reporter: Craig Miller
Company Seeks to Restore California's Historic Mining Industry
This year marks the 170th anniversary of the discovery of gold at Sutter’s Mill north of Sacramento. The legacy of the gold rush is inescapable in California’s Gold Country, especially in Mariposa County. What hasn’t really survived though is gold mining itself.
Reporter: Kerry Klein
A Los Angeles judge ruled that California law requires coffee companies to carry an ominous cancer warning label because of a chemical produced in the roasting process.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley