The County fire in Yolo and Napa counties has burned more than 70,000 acres at last count. But the official evacuation centers KQED visited Monday were quiet.
Reporter: Shia Levitt
In San Diego, the number of prosecutions of illegal border crossers doubled in June. This is where Operation Streamline, a fast-track procedure to speed up the number of convictions, will be rolled out in the coming weeks. Protesters showed up in court Monday and in the streets to oppose the new approach. KQED spent an hour inside the court, to see what it’s like.
Reporter: Julie Small
One Woman's Journey Through the U.S. Immigration System
Just because you know a young family member is being held by federal immigration authorities, doesn't mean it's easy to get him out. We hear the story of one Guatemalan woman who came to El Cajon, East of San Diego, looking for information about her younger brother being held in Houston.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Business leaders up and down the state say California's expensive housing makes it challenging to recruit new workers and to keep existing employees here.
Reporter: David Wagner
Imperial Beach Pushing Forward on Lawsuit Against Oil Companies
Serge Dedina is the mayor of Imperial Beach, an oceanfront city pressing forward in state court with its lawsuit against oil companies over climate change. After a judge killed a similar case in federal court, we wondered why the town continues its fight.
Guest: Serge Dedina