Report: City of Stockton Bounces Back After 2012 Bankruptcy Filing
In 2012, Stockton became the largest city in the U.S. to file for Chapter Nine bankruptcy. Now in 2018, according to a nonprofit that analyzes government finances, the city has made a serious comeback.
Reporter: Alex Hall
The cities of Oakland and San Francisco are suing the country's five largest oil producers, demanding they pay billions to help the Bay Area adapt to sea-level rise.
Reporter: Amy Westervelt
State Agency Votes on How to Spend Volkswagen Settlement Money
The California Air Resources Board Votes today on a spending plan for the $423 million coming to the state from Volkswagen. It's part of a court settlement deal over the auto maker's illegal super-polluter diesel cars. Over 80-thousand of these vehicles were sold in California between 2009 and 2015.
Guest: Kathryn Phillips
Los Angeles movie producer Harvey Weinstein turned himself into police this morning in New York City and appeared in court. He is facing rape charges along with other allegations of other sex crimes.
Guest: Kim Masters
Debate Over Sheriff-Coroner System, Training Center
In most of California, an elected sheriff doubles as the county coroner. They investigate all sudden, suspicious or violent deaths. Sheriffs say they are uniquely qualified for this work and committed to achieving the highest standards in death investigation. The California Report heads into a training facility in Orange County, central to that effort.
Reporter: Julie Small