The Carr Fire in Shasta County grew 16,000 acres overnight. It has now burned more than 44,000 acres, and killed a local firefighter and a bulldozer operator working on the fire lines.
Guest: Action News Now Producer Cecile Juliette
No Immediate Plan to Reunify 430 Migrant Children, Government Says
The government says it reunified all eligible migrant children by the mandated deadline of a San Diego federal judge. The government also says it has no immediate plan to reunify children with more than 430 parents who have already been deported.
Reporter: John Sepulvado
Federal Judge to Rule on Increased Oversight of Immigration Facilities
On Friday morning a federal judge in Los Angeles will consider whether to increase oversight of U.S. immigration facilities that lawyers for migrant children say are substandard.
Reporter: Julie Small
Reports of Immigration Agents at Fresno Courthouse Draw Scrutiny
Reports of immigration agents arresting people at the Fresno courthouse have drawn attention to the agency’s tactics.
Reporter: Alex Hall
California Lawsuit Challenges Trump Health Care Rule
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is joining 11 other states in a lawsuit challenging a Trump administration rule that he says will "sabotage" the Affordable Care Act.
Reporter: April Dembosky
19-year-old Uses Spoken Word to Deal with Trauma of an Incarcerated Father
We’ve been bringing you stories about families separated at the border. But another kind of separation that happens every day is when parents get locked up. More than 5 million kids in the U.S. have had a parent in jail or prison. Arvaughn Williams lives in San Francisco. His dad was locked up off and on for years. Arvaughn’s 19 now. But he says that experience left him with a pain no specialist will ever be able to fix. He finds solace through writing -- mostly through spoken word.
Reporter: Laura Klivans