San Diego Republican Supervisor Kristin Gaspar Heads to Washington to Talk Immigration
President Donald Trump will meet with GOP San Diego Board of Supervisor Kristin Gaspar this week in Washington D.C. Gaspar is one of 15 local California officials who will meet with Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in what is being described as a border strategy session, aimed at taking on California's Democrats.
Guest: Kristin Gaspar
California National Guard Begins Work Along Border
California National Guard Troops are set to officially begin working at the U.S. Mexico border today. President Trump called for such deployments to increase border security, but Gov. Jerry Brown says troops will not be doing immigration enforcement.
Reporter: Chloe Veltman
San Diego Inmate Advocates Call for More Mental Health Training
San Diego County has struggled with a high number of inmate suicides in its jails. There have been a number of reforms -- and last year there was just one suicide. But advocates for inmates say much more work is needed to improve mental health services.
Reporter: Julie Small
Refugio Oil Spill Trial Begins
Opening arguments are scheduled for Monday in Santa Barbara in a criminal trial against a Texas-based oil pipeline company for its role in an oil spill three years ago this week. The offices of the California Attorney General and the Santa Barbara County District Attorney are jointly prosecuting the case.
Reporter: Stephanie O'Neill
As California’s homeless population has surged, policymakers around the state have struggled with a response. Riverside offers one model of success: the city has successfully housed its population of homeless veterans and is now looking to expand the program.
Reporter: Amita Sharma