Republican San Diego Congressman Duncan Hunter was swarmed by several dozen demonstrators yelling "shame on you!" as he left a federal courthouse Thursday in San Diego after pleading not guilty to charges of illegally using his campaign account for personal expenses. He said in an interview afterward that his campaign made mistakes, and that his wife was his campaign manager.
Reporter: Matt Hoffman
Criminal prosecutions of migrants have spiked under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy. The federal court adopted “Operation Streamline” -- speedy mass hearings -- but attorneys representing undocumented immigrants say the frenzied pace is undermining justice.
Reporter: Julie Small
Bay Are Fire District Sends Task Force to Hawaii Ahead of Hurricane
A search and rescue task force from Menlo Park has been deployed to Hawaii ahead of Hurricane Lane. The Category 4 storm is fast approaching the islands, unleashing torrential rainfall. There's been significant flooding already and multiple major road closures.
President Trump slapped new tariffs on $16 billion worth of Chinese goods on Thursday, and the effects will be felt in many parts of Southern California's economy.
Reporter: David Wagner
California's Secretary of State Concerned About Foreign Political Interference
Secretary of State Alex Padilla sent out notes to local political officials across the state this week. The letters urged them to be vigilant against the threat of foreign political interference. He says he's concerned about deliberately misleading posts on social media meant to undermine turnout.
Guest: Secretary of State Alex Padilla
Lawmakers in the Assembly sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill Thursday that would bar full-service restaurants from giving out straws unless customers request them. It wouldn’t ban straws outright.
Reporter: Amel Ahmed