You Lose Your Home in a Fire — Then What?
Karina Gonzalez and her family of 14 lost their home in the Ranch Fire, part of the Mendocino Complex. They're living out of tents now, and worry they won't be able to find affordable housing for all of them in Mendocino County.
Reporter: Hope McKenney
California would eliminate cash bail by next fall and replace it with a system that weighs a criminal offender's risk to the community under a bill that cleared a key legislative committee yesterday.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Immigrant from Senegal May Lose His Citizenship Over Marriage Fraud Charges
Federal prosecutors in San Francisco are seeking to revoke the citizenship of an immigrant from Senegal on charges that he committed marriage fraud. The case may be part of a larger investigation of African and Middle Eastern men.
Reporter: Julie Small
Sexual Abuse Survivors Push for California Attorney General Investigation
This week, a Pennsylvania Grand Jury report alleged a massive cover-up in which the Catholic Church protected priests who it says abused more than a thousand children. Now, survivors in California are pushing for a grand jury here.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
At Least 550 Separated Migrant Children Remain Apart From Parents
Lawyers for federal immigration authorities say more than 550 migrant children taken from their parents by the government in recent months remain separated. In a lawsuit over reunifying the families, the government is resisting the proposal that some deported parents be allowed to return to the U.S. to claim their children.
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks
Many More California Companies Continue to Have Lead Poisoned Workers
Some California workers are being exposed to lead on a regular basis. Capital & Main Reporter Joe Rubin has obtained more records from the California Department of Public Health that show many more companies around the state continue to have lead poisoned workers. A bill that would require mandatory inspections at workplaces which have seriously lead poisoned workers is being considered in Sacramento this week. Rubin says that although there has been progress, problems still exist with workers being exposed to lead, including workers taking down the old span of the Bay Bridge.
Guest: Capital & Main reporter Joe Rubin
Aretha Franklin Fans Pay Tribute to Her at Her Hollywood Star
Soon after Aretha Franklin’s death yesterday, fans flocked to the artist’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
Reporter: Chloe Veltman