United Farm Workers Union President Steps Down
After 25 years, Arturo Rodriguez is stepping down as president of the United Farm Workers Union. Replacing him is the union's secretary and treasurer, Teresa Romero. She will be the union's first immigrant woman to take over the nationwide union co-founded by the late labor and civil rights leader Cesar Chavez.
Guest: Teresa Romero
Experts Say Trump's Rebranded NAFTA Good for California
NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, is getting rebranded by the Trump administration. Trump is now calling it the "United States-Mexico Trade Agreement," after saying that the United States needs to renegotiate the trade package. But the administration appears to be moving forward without Canada, which is the second-biggest trading partner with the U.S. Experts say this bilateral move could be good for California.
More Californians would be prohibited from buying guns under Legislation passed by the state Assembly Monday.
Reporter: Katie Orr
An Assembly committee has upheld the findings of a sexual misconduct investigation against former Assemblyman Matt Dababneh. The Woodland Hills Democrat left office under the cloud of a #MeToo scandal.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Nearly half of working Californians are grappling with poverty, according to a new survey from the non-partisan, D.C.-based Public Religion Research Institute.
Reporter: Amita Sharma
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority recently reported that the total number of homeless people in L.A. County fell since last year. But they also discovered a disturbing trend: the only group in L.A. that is experiencing homelessness more than last year is senior citizens, people aged 60 and over.
Reporter: Jenny Hamel
Multiple large wildfires continue to fill the West Coast skies with thick smoke. On the California-Oregon border, many people have been wearing smoke-filtering masks almost every day for more than a month. As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention.
Reporter: April Ehrlich
Fans Finance 'Weird Al' Yankovich's Hollywood Star
What do Michael Jackson and "Weird Al" Yankovich have in common? Not only have both artists had top forty singles in each of the last four decades, now each have stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.