Hundreds of Migrant Children Still Separated from Parents
It’s been a couple months since a federal judge in San Diego ordered the government to reunite about 2,500 migrant children taken from their parents at the border. While roughly 2,000 kids are back with their families, hundreds remain in US custody.
Reporter: Julie Small
How California Law Enforcement is Tracking Implicit Bias
California law enforcement agencies must now collect information about the race and identity of people they stop. We explore how the Racial and Identity Profiling Act can address biased policing and what the law can teach the rest of us.
Reporter: Tarryn Mento
California Man Accused of Threatening Boston Globe Released on Bond
A man from the Los Angeles area is free on bond this morning after being charged with making a series of phone calls threatening to kill reporters at the Boston Globe.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson
Recovering Human Ashes from Wildfire Debris
Clean up in Shasta County from the newly contained Carr fire is underway. Crews are clearing out hazardous waste and all the debris left from homes that burned down. But there’s another crew that wants to get in on the process – a team of archaeologists and forensic dogs.
Reporter: April Dembosky
California Net Neutrality Bill Faces Last Vote Today
California is one step closer to creating its own net neutrality rules. Senate Bill 822 faces a final vote today.
Reporter: Katie Orr
State Bill to Slow Mojave Desert Aquifer Project Up for Vote Today
Remember the Cadiz Inc. groundwater project? The company has long wanted to sell water from under the Mojave Desert to urban households in Southern California. The state senate will consider SB 120 today It would let the State Lands Commission and the Department of Fish and Wildlife review the project before any water is pumped out of the ground.
Guest: Melanie Mason
Bill to Speed Up Supportive Housing Passes Legislature
A bill to speed up production of supportive housing is headed to the governor's desk. The State Assembly approved the legislation late yesterday.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati
Replacing Coolant and Air Conditioners to Help the Environment
The State legislature approved a bill today to replace the coolants in refrigerators and air conditioners that are a growing source of greenhouse gases. The bill is now headed to the Governor’s desk.
Reporter: Lesley McClurg
Governor Brown Will Decide Fate of Proposed 4 AM Last Call
A bill that would allow cities to extend nightlife hours to 4 AM is headed to Governor Jerry Brown's desk. It's limited to 9 California cities: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento, West Hollywood, Long Beach, Coachella, Cathedral City and Palm Springs.