The Carr Fire has destroyed over 1,100 homes and other buildings, killed at least six people, and is, as of the latest reports, just 27 percent contained. The fire has now burned over 110,000 acres in Shasta County, which is larger than the area of San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley combined. More than 27,000 people remain evacuated.
Reporter: Sam Harnett
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein is joining with a Republican colleague to call for an investigation into allegations of abuse at immigrant detention facilities. Feinstein and Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley will preside over a hearing Tuesday about the federal government’s reunification of immigrant children and their parents.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Cal Fire Offers Mental Health Services to First Responders
In just over a week, the Carr Fire has become one of the most destructive wildfires in California history. Reporter Jeremy Siegel, who has been reporting from Shasta County, spoke with host John Sepulvado about how the community is holding up, and the mental health services offered to first responders.
Guest: Jeremy Siegel
U.S. Armed Forces Launches Space Ops Center on Central Coast, Partnering With the U.K., Canada and Australia
The United States Armed Forces just created the first ever Combined Space Operations Center. It’s a partnership with the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, and it’s located on the Central Coast’s Vandenberg Air Force Base.
Reporter: Tyler Pratt
Remembering Oakland Congressman's Fight Against Apartheid
Longtime Oakland congressman Ron Dellums died early Monday. Part of the legacy Dellums leaves behind is his fight against the apartheid government of South Africa.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati