The two candidates for California governor hit the ground running Wednesday, wasting no time after Tuesday's primary to outline the significant differences between them.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Los Angeles County Registrar Dean Logan sat in the hot seat yesterday, answering County Supervisors' questions about the more than 118,000 names missing from voter rosters at precincts around the county on Tuesday. Voters were told to fill out provisional ballots instead of regular ones.
Reporter: John Sepulvado
Earlier this week, we told you about a tiny rural hospital in California’s northeastern corner that’s gone bankrupt. Voters had to decide in Tuesday’s election whether to sell it to an out-of-state entrepreneur. Based on current returns, voters opted for the sale.
Reporter: Barbara Feder Ostrov
California Republicans Meet Thursday on Immigration
Moderate California Republicans in Congress are going into a closed-door GOP meeting on immigration Thursday, determined to force a vote on a path to citizenship for Dreamers, immigrants who came to the country illegally as children.
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks
In the San Joaquin Valley, where about a million people rely on groundwater pumping for drinking water, more water has been drawn out of the ground than filters back in. And that is causing the ground to sink. A new study is raising concerns about the dangers of overpumping.
Reporter: Danielle Venton
An unusual number of Brown Pelicans have been turning up sick and dying along the California coast -- from Southern California up to the San Francisco Bay Delta -- suggesting some kind of avian ailment has arrived or something in their environment is very wrong. JD Bergeron, the Executive Director of Intentional Bird Rescue, tells us what could be causing the drop-off.
Reporter: Penny Nelson