How Candidates in California's Gubernatorial Race Plan to Tackle The Housing Crisis
In April, California’s median home price sat at more than $580,000. Those high prices, combined with low supply and lack of development have created what many are calling a crisis situation in the state. In a recent debate, the leading candidates for governor laid out their plans to fix the problem, but it’s a daunting task.
Reporter: Katie Orr
In San Diego and Orange County's 49th District Dems Fight to Get Out the Vote
Democrats have high hopes for a “blue wave” of voters that could win some Republican districts seen as vulnerable, like the 49th congressional district in Southern California. It’s a place of affluence, with retirees, a growing immigrant population and Camp Pendleton.
Reporter: Jenny Hamel
California is home to around 3 million kids aged five and under. The state also has the highest child poverty rate in the nation. Those first years are extremely important for learning and brain development and can be essential to shaping a child’s whole life. Leading up to Tuesday's primary, the candidates for governor have spent a lot of time talking about little kids.
Reporter: Priska Neely
Scientists have long thought that major earthquakes might be predictable from their foreshocks. Those are the smaller tremors that often occur right before a major quake. But a new study suggests that the foreshock theory is, well, shaky.
Reporter: Craig Miller