Government Will Deport Hundreds of Reunified Families, Immigration Attorneys Say
Attorneys for the parents of the 2,500 migrant children taken from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border say U.S. officials are poised to immediately deport hundreds of them once they’re reunified with their kids by today's deadline.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
Why Immigration Is a California Story
We've been covering the border and family separation story for the past month or so. John Sepulvado, the host of The California Report, has been all over the map covering it for the show. He tells us why this story really is a California story, and what to expect on today's reunification deadline.
Guest: John Sepulvado
Man Arrested for Starting 4,700-Acre Fire in Southern California
Wildfires across California continue to burn, and Wednesday 32-year-old Brandon McGlover was arrested for starting one of them: the Cranston fire in Riverside County. It has scorched more than 4,700 acres and is only 5 percent contained.
A strong majority of voters say environmental issues will help them decide between gubernatorial candidates Gavin Newsom and John Cox, according to a new poll.
Reporters: Katie Orr and Lesley McClurg
Facebook Settling an Ad Discrimination Lawsuit
The social network behemoth Facebook saw its stock plunge more than 18 percent Wednesday on news that its user base and revenue grew more slowly than expected in the second quarter. The company is struggling with privacy and fake news concerns from its users -- especially since the Cambridge Analytica scandal in which millions of users had their personal data used for political purposes. Meanwhile, Facebook is settling a discrimination lawsuit over how it allows advertisers to exclude certain people from seeing certain ads.
Reporter: Sam Harnett
On July 1, new regulations went into effect for cannabis sold legally in California. One of the rules says marijuana has to be tested for pesticides.
Guest: David Downs
To Fight Abuse, Bay Area Organization Teaches Developmentally Disabled Kids Boundaries
People with intellectual disabilities are seven times more likely to be sexually abused compared with others, according to an NPR investigation. On Wednesday, a Bay Area family shared with us what it means to be victim to this type of abuse. And today we hear about how one organization is training young people with disabilities on how to prevent it.
Reporter: Peter Arcuni