State fire investigators are blaming PG&E equipment for 12 more of the deadly fires that broke out across Northern California last October. These fires were among dozens that killed 44 people and destroyed thousands of homes. Now this finding raises questions about who will pay for the devastating blazes.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
An internal review of Sonoma County's response to last October's wildfires finds that county employees were unprepared to handle the disaster that destroyed thousands of homes and killed 24 people.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson
Attorneys say a fast-track prosecution program for those crossing the border illegally is coming to San Diego's district courts. The program, known as Operation Streamline, is part of the Trump administration’s call for increased prosecutions and it's is already used in Texas. It includes first time offenders, and is meant to handle their cases in large groups.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
ICE Detainees Arrive at San Bernardino Federal Prison
Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced plans to use more than 1,600 federal prison beds to detain immigrants. Detainees would be sent to Victorville, in San Bernardino County. We report from outside the prison where the first wave of detainees arrived on Friday.
Reporter: Libby Denkmann
Why were thousands of illegal opium poppies growing in and around Moss Landing and where were they headed? That’s what the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office is trying to figure out.
Reporter: Erika Mahoney
New Bill Looks to Provide Access to Clean Water For All
Californians understand probably better than most that access to safe clean water is not always a given. Senator Kamala Harris just introduced legislation called “The Water Affordability Act” that would set up a pilot program to help low income people pay for water and sewage bills that seem to be continually on the rise.
Guest: Monica Pham