The complex fire burning across Mendocino and Lake counties has covered almost 95,000 acres and is 24 percent contained. Residents in both counties have seen huge fires in the last few years, some having to evacuate multiple times.
Reporter: Jessica Placzek
This Fire Season is the New Normal, Says Gov. Jerry Brown
California is going to have to adapt to a new normal. That’s the message Gov. Jerry Brown is sending as wildfires burn across the state.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Religion and Family Separation
In recent months on The California Report we’ve been covering the Trump administration’s zero tolerance immigration policies that have caused family separations and detentions. We reached out to Jose Gomez, the archbishop of Los Angeles, to hear his thoughts. His is the largest Catholic archdiocese in the country and one that ministers to an enormous immigrant population.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez
The latest salvo in the fight between the Trump administration and so-called sanctuary cities comes from a federal appellate court in San Francisco. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that the president doesn't have the power to withhold federal funds from cities, counties and now states that don't cooperate with immigration enforcement.
Reporter: Alex Emslie