San Joaquin County Sheriff-Coroner Steve Moore is being stripped of his role in death investigations. County supervisors will establish a medical examiner’s office headed by a licensed forensic pathologist.
Reporter: Julie Small
When cannabis was made legal in California, managers and their employees raised an important question: Can people still be fired for failing a drug test? The answer is yes, but one state lawmaker wants to curb that practice, by proposing a bill that would make it illegal to fire someone or deny employment based on a drug test that turns up positive for medical marijuana.
Reporter: Allen Young
Facebook Discloses How Censorship Decisions are Made
How does Facebook decide to remove a post for hate speech or bullying? What about a photo that shows a woman’s breast? Now, for the first time, we know.
Reporter: Sam Harnett
San Leandro High School Students Discuss Masculinity and Gender Norms
As part of KQED's Youth Takeover project, we talk with San Leandro High School students about their project on masculinity.
Reporter: John Sepulvado