Thirty-six-year-old Braden Varney died fighting the Ferguson fire near Yosemite after his bulldozer rolled over on Saturday. Varney had been building what firefighters call "indirect line," where bulldozers go out in front of the fire to clear vegetation, and make a fire break, to make it difficult for the fire to change direction.
For the first time in California history, non-citizens including undocumented immigrants can now register to vote in upcoming school board elections in San Francisco.
Reporter: Chloe Veltman
A federal judge Monday temporarily stopped all deportations of families separated at the border. Some families that have been reunified have been deported. Meanwhile, several immigration attorneys tell KQED that federal officers are pressuring their clients to sign forms agreeing to deportation in exchange to be reunified with their children.
San Francisco High School Students Volunteering at Migrant Shelter in Mexico
Last week, we told you about a group from San Francisco's St. Ignatius School, helping out at a shelter in Nogales, Mexico. Today we check in with Father Peter Neely and 17-year-old Rob Velasco.
Reporter: Polly Stryker