Thousands of service workers at University of California campuses statewide are expected to go on strike Monday over alleged income disparity.
There was big excitement at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Central California over the weekend. NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's InSight mission to Mars launched successfully early Saturday morning.
California Republicans who gathered in San Diego this weekend couldn’t coalesce behind a candidate in the governor’s race.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Mail-in Ballots Out Monday in California
Across California on Monday, county election officials begin mailing out ballots to voters who requested them for the June primary. But some voters will be receiving ballots by mail whether or not they requested them.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Bill to Allow Door-to-Door Pot Delivery Moves Forward
Politics and business are merging around marijuana. Currently, local cities and counties make the rules about how recreational marijuana is sold and that includes home delivery.
Reporter: Laurel Rosenhall
Audit Cites Lack of Oversight for Poor Nursing Home Care
About a 100,000 Californians live in nursing homes. A new report says substandard care in these facilities is on the rise.
Reporter: Raquel Maria Dillon
San Francisco Measure to Ban Flavored Tobacco Would be Strictest in the Nation
The tobacco company RJ Reynolds has spent more than $11 million to overturn a flavored tobacco ban passed unanimously by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors.
Reporter: Shia Levitt
Cal Poly, in San Luis Obispo, is in the spotlight again after another blackface incident reared its head last week. Now the State Attorney General’s Office is getting involved.
Guest: Tyler Pratt
Some of the world’s best surfers descended on California’s Central Valley this weekend to take part in an international surf competition. That's right, surfing in the Central Valley.
Reporter: Alex Hall