L.A. Homeless Numbers Drop, Slightly
Every winter, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority conducts a street survey to determine the scale of the city's homeless crisis. In recent years, the results have been grim, like last year when the county saw a 23 percent jump. But this year's numbers, which came out Thursday, are a bit different.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez
Trans Woman Held in ICE Detention Dies
Advocates are raising questions about the death of a transgender woman in immigration custody Friday. The Honduran woman was part of a caravan of people who traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border earlier this month seeking refuge.
Reporter: Julie Small
Who’s Running for State Schools Chief and What’s with All That Money?
Here’s a quick politics quiz: Name California’s superintendent of public instruction. If you said “Tom Torlakson,” you’re right. If you don’t have a clue, you’re not alone. With the current chief termed out, an ideological battle is shaping up between the top two candidates hoping to replace him.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancano
Less than a week before the June primary election, a new statewide poll finds Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom solidifying his lead in the race for governor. There's also more clarity for second place.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
District Attorney Races in California Intensify
In more than a dozen California counties, voters will be asked to choose between candidates for district attorney. That may sound like any contest in the ballot, but these races have not historically been competitive in California. Now, thanks to national money from criminal justice reform groups, a number of them are getting pretty heated.
Guest: Marisa Lagos