Vice President Mike Pence says 250 California National Guard troops are on their way to the Mexican border. The vice president rallied border patrol agents Monday in Calexico, about 100 miles from the caravan of asylum seekers who arrived to Tijuana over the weekend.
Reporter: Steve Walsh
The group of Central Americans seeking asylum gathered for a second day at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing got a small break late Monday. Organizers of the caravan say eight migrants were allowed to enter an immigration checkpoint and begin the process to petition for sanctuary.
Reporter: Levi Bridges
Family of Man Shot By Police Plan Civil Rights Lawsuit
A 26-year-old black man was shot and killed by police officers in a parking lot in Barstow last month, nearly two hours northeast of L.A. Now an attorney representing the family of Diante Yarber has announced that he plans to file a civil rights lawsuit this week that alleges no one provided medical aid to Yarber.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Primaries usually bring out the most die-hard voters, and candidates succeed by appealing to their party's core. Of course, in California, the two highest vote-getters, regardless of party, go on to the general election. In Darrel Issa's 49th district, that has the Republican frontrunner working hard to win moderate votes.
Reporter: Libby Denkmann
State Ban on Youth Tackle Football Loses Steam
Assembly bill 2108, the Safe Youth Football Act, was supposed to get a hearing in Sacramento Tuesday in the Assembly Arts and Entertainment Committee. The bill would have banned kids under the age of 12 from playing tackle football, but it stalled.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
A state Supreme Court decision issued Monday is expected to make it harder for companies in the gig economy to classify their workers in California as independent contractors.
Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler