GOP Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is retiring from Congress and California Congressman Kevin McCarthy looks to be vying for the job.
Reporter: Katie Orr
As Facebook faces national scrutiny, the company now says it will not put any more money into opposing a California ballot measure aimed at giving consumers more control over personal information collected about them online.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
A week after President Trump's request, Gov. Jerry Brown has agreed to use California National Guard troops to help fight crime along the border and elsewhere.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
Fresno County Sheriff Says State's 'Sanctuary State' Laws Could Make California's Communities Unsafe
Orange County, Escondido and other cities have joined the federal government's lawsuit against California over the state's sanctuary state legislation that protects undocumented immigrants. California's sheriff's also tend to oppose enforcing sanctuary laws. In the Central Valley, Fresno Sheriff Margaret Mims has been outspoken in her criticism of this legislation.
Guest: Margaret Mims
Kern County Sheriff: Killing Suspects Saves Money
Twelve years ago, Kern County’s conservative Sheriff, Donny Youngblood, was caught on tape saying it was better to shoot to kill suspects because it is "better financially." Now the sheriff, who is up for re-election, is responding to the tape.
Bill to Replace California's Sheriff-Coroner Model Moves Forward
A state bill that changes the way several large counties in California investigate deaths cleared a big hurdle Wednesday.
Reporter: Julie Small
New Bill Looks to Reform Port Trucking in California
Less than a year after a scathing USA Today investigation, a new bill aims to address labor violations in the California port trucking industry.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
Path to U.C. System Opens Up for Community College Students with New Program
Students of California's community colleges will be guaranteed admission into the University of California if they meet strict course requirements.