Today in Sacramento, Gov. Jerry Brown will release his updated state budget. It comes as California’s economy is humming along, with revenues running more than $3 billion above projections. And that has some Democrats planning how to spend all that extra cash.
Reporter: Katie Orr
With less than a month before California's gubernatorial primary, Republicans John Cox and Travis Allen are hoping to land a spot in the general election. Big Republican donors from the last two races for governor have decided to give their money to Democrats in this race.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati
L.A. Mayor Launches New Shelter Plan for Homeless
In communities throughout California, the growing number of homeless residents is one of the most difficult issues to solve. In the City and County of Los Angeles, where about 58,000 people are living on the streets or in shelters, taxpayers have approved millions of dollars worth of sales and property tax increases designed for housing programs. L.A. mayor Eric Garcetti has called for each city council district to set up emergency shelters, but getting buy-in is proving hard to get.
Reporter: Benjamin Gottlieb
Garagiste Wine Festival Highlights Undiscovered, Micro-Lot Vintners
The word "garagiste" describes a type of winemaker in France that bucked tradition and made their own wine in their garages. This weekend in Sonoma County, the Garagiste Wine Festival is celebrating this tradition and the stars of the show will be mom-and-pop wine makers.
Guest: Doug Minnick
Those who lived through the Lilac Fire at the horse training facility are still haunted by the scenes they witnessed more than four months ago. Stable owners raced to save valuable thoroughbreds -- still, more than 40 horses died. Now, after a rebuilding effort, more than 400 horses and their trainers have returned.
Reporter: Matt Hoffman
A big stretch of the San Diego coast has been glowing at night recently. That's because an algae bloom is causing a bioluminescent light show in the waves.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley