The criminal investigation of a former University of Southern California gynecologist alleged to have abused students is expected to grow, according to a Los Angeles Police Dept. announcement Tuesday.
Reporter: Adolfo Guzman-Lopez
San Diego Mayor: We Work with Mexico, But We're Not a Sanctuary City
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer was in San Francisco this week attending a California Supreme Court hearing. We caught up with him in the hallway afterwards and spoke about immigration at the border.
Reporter: Penny Nelson
Federal officials recently acknowledged they lost track of nearly 1,500 unaccompanied migrant children placed with U.S. relatives or sponsors. This week, officials said the children aren’t really lost -- they just haven’t been able to contact them.
Reporter: Leslie Berestein Rojas
Californians love their parks, beaches and forests, but it’s been more than a decade since voters have approved any money for upgrades. That’s why a $4.1 billion bond is on the June 5th ballot. Proponents are excited that Proposition 68 dedicates a good chunk of the money to low-income neighborhoods.
Reporter: Lesley McClurg
California Governor Candidates Hit the Road
The top contenders in the race for California governor are hitting the road this week to make their final pitch to voters ahead of next Tuesday's primary. Democratic Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom is leading in the polls…with former LA Mayor Antonio Villariagosa, also a Democrat, and San Diego Republican businessman John Cox fighting for second place under California’s top two primary system.
Reporters: Maria Lagos, Alex Hall and Monica Velez