Firefighter Dies Fighting Mendocino Complex Fire
At a press conference last night fire officials confirmed that the Mendocino Complex Fire, the largest in California history, has now become deadly. A firefighter from Utah died fighting an active part of the Ranch Fire. The Mendocino Complex has burning roughly 350,000 acres.
Reporter: Hope McKenney
Secretary of Interior Tours Carr Fire Ruins
Two members of President Trump’s cabinet received a sobering taste of the power of nature yesterday as they toured ruins in and around Redding, where the Carr Fire is blamed for taking 8 lives and destroying more than a thousand homes.
Reporter: Marc Albert
Bay Area Congressman Eyes Oval Office
Bay Area Democratic Congressman Eric Swalwell has his eyes on the Oval Office. The third-term representative, who's made a name for himself during the Russian meddling investigation, says he is considering to run for President.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
California Supreme Court Sets Limits on Consumer Loan Interest Rates
When it comes to interest rates on consumer loans is there such a thing as too high? Yesterday, the California Supreme Court said yes.
Reporter: David Wagner
New Bill Could Change How Witnesses Identify Suspects
Advocates for changing the way victims and witnesses of crime identify perpetrators to police are pushing a state bill that could standardize lineups for law enforcement throughout California.
Reporter: Alex Emslie