San Diego Supervisors Consider Joining Lawsuit Against 'Sanctuary State' Policy
The San Diego Board of Supervisors will consider joining the Trump administration's lawsuit against California's sanctuary state policies.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
Department of Justice Suspends Program Providing Information to Detainees
The U.S. Department of Justice is suspending a program that informs thousands of detainees at detention centers nationwide about their rights and how immigration courts work.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
On Monday, in his State of the City address, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti called homelessness the moral and humanitarian crisis of our time. He proposed spending a lot more money to fight homelessness, including a $20 million proposal to create emergency shelters across the city.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez
Bill to Open Officers' Discipline Records Faces First Hurdle
California is among the most secretive states when it comes to the the discipline records of police officers. A bill that would open up some records of police misconduct is getting its first hearing in the state legislature today.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
Challengers Emerge in Push to Flip House Seat in Sierra Foothills
Republican Congressman Tom McClintock gained national attention when a town hall last June became unusually rowdy and he had to shout over the crowd. He represents Congressional District 4 and has serious Democratic challengers for the first time in a decade.
Reporter: Amy Westervelt