Orange County Homeless Crisis: The View from the Street and the Halls of Power
As accusations swirl that Irvine and other cities in Orange County are dumping homeless individuals in Santa Ana, KQED's John Sepulvado speaks to the county's political leaders setting the course for homeless policy in the region, and also takes to the streets to hear from those who will be impacted by their decisions.
Senator Kamala Harris held a town hall in Sacramento Thursday night, just weeks after the police shooting death of 22-year-old Stephon Clark. Harris called for reforms, but stopped short of supporting new legislation introduced in the state Capitol.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Every time there’s a high profile shooting, like Tuesday’s at the You Tube campus, questions arise about what could have been done to prevent it. One approach on the books in California and a handful of other states is a law that lets police or families petition a court to temporarily take away guns from someone a judge sees as dangerous.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Fox News Anchor Defends Controversial Sinclair "Fake News" Promo
Sinclair Broadcast Company has come under fire for requiring the anchors at its local TV stations to read the exact same on-air promo warning audiences about fake news. Reporter Alex Hall speaks to one of those anchors.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Many Santa Barbara County homeowners are still digging out of the mud more than two months after a deadly, 30-square-mile debris flow slammed into the community of Montecito. But each weekend, hundreds of volunteers – armed with shovels - are coming to help.
Reporter: Stephanie O’Neill