Police Bodycam Video Bill Faces Uncertain Future
Law enforcement agencies often refuse to release police bodycam videos, saying that could endanger the outcome of an ongoing investigation. But San Francisco Assemblyman Phil Ting is sponsoring legislation to create statewide guidelines on giving the public more access.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
California Prisons Ending 'Sensitive Needs Yards'
For more than two decades, California prisons have kept certain inmates — like informants, former gang members, and people convicted of child molesting — separate from the general population for their own safety. Now the Department of Corrections is phasing out what it says is a failed policy.
Reporter: Sukey Lewis
For decades California governors have held important press conferences in a room at the state Capitol annex known simply by its number: 1190. The drab, windowless press room isn’t much, but there is one stylish thing in there -- the chairs journalists sit in.
Reporter: Katie Orr