Levi Bridges reports from the U.S.-Mexico border on a caravan of migrants trying to gain entry to the United States. On Sunday, the group of nearly 200 men, women and children rallied at Friendship Park, near the border crossing.
Reporter: Levi Bridges
Northern California Health Officials Open Narcan Training to the Public to Prevent Overdose Deaths
Overall, California hasn’t suffered as much from opioid abuse as places like West Virginia. But there are some Northern California counties where prescription rates and overdose deaths are much higher than the rest of the state. The region's latest strategy to combat these overdoses is to train members of the public how to save lives.
Reporter: Laura Klivans
New San Francisco Skyscrapers Raise Concerns Over Earthquake Fallout
This April marked the 112th anniversary of The Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. Now, the recent influx of skyscrapers in the city has created new seismic concerns.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
Scientists Use Industrial-Sized Scanners To Study Whale Hearing
The oceans are noisy places these days. Scientists believe human-made sounds from shipping and construction are disrupting whales. Some researchers are studying how the animals hear, hoping the information can help regulators protect whales.
Reporter: Danielle Venton
It’s the classic California postcard – a shiny convertible cruising along the beach into the sunset. The freedom of the automobile has loomed large in California. But driving in many parts of the state today is more infuriating than idyllic. KPCC’s Meghan McCarty Carino tracks the past and future of car culture in our ongoing series about the California Dream.
Reporter: Meghan McCarty Carino