The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted three to one to join the Trump administration’s fight against California's sanctuary laws. The all-Republican board plans to file an amicus brief supporting the federal lawsuit.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
State Net Neutrality Legislation Clears First Hurdle
Lawmakers moved California one step closer to preserving net neutrality rules. The FCC under the Trump administration is ending net neutrality next week.
Reporter: Sam Harnett
Polls show that among the candidates running for governor, State Treasurer John Chiang is struggling to get traction. But Chiang says he’s the right guy to defend California against attacks from the Trump administration. And he touts two defining moments in his political career that he says prove his point.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Cal Poly State University president Jeffery Armstrong announced Tuesday in an open letter to the campus community he is suspending all Greek life on campus, after learning of another recent incident of racially insensitive behavior at a fraternity.
Reporter: Tyler Pratt
Kern County Reviewing ICE's Response to Delano Car Crash
The Kern County District Attorney’s Office is conducting a review of a fatal crash involving an undocumented couple who were attempting to flee a traffic stop by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The DA’s office is now reviewing whether ICE’s two agents knowingly gave false information to police about their involvement.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Mendocino Officials ID Body of Child Missing in Crash
Officials said Tuesday they have positively identified the body of one of three children missing since the fatal car crash in Mendocino County that killed the Hart family last month.
Reporter: Hope McKenney
Sacramento police have released new videos of the fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark last month...showing officers starting CPR on Clark several minutes after he was shot. The shooting has spawned renewed attempts to increase accountability for law enforcement at the state capitol.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
Supreme Court justices ruled Tuesday that a provision in federal law that results in the deportation of immigrants with criminal convictions is unconstitutional.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
Pot Banking Legislation Faces First Hearing
The proposal is designed to address one of the industry’s biggest bottlenecks. Because of marijuana’s federal classification as a Schedule I drug, growers and retailers are forced to operate on a cash-only basis.
Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler