L.A. Homeless Count Shows Spike in Seniors Living on the Street
In Los Angeles, senior citizens are struggling to stay housed. The latest homeless count shows a noted spike in the number of homeless seniors compared with previous years. There are now 5,000 homeless people aged 62 and older living out on the streets.
Reporter: Jenny Hamel
Several Bills Pushed to Gov. Brown's Desk
After a fast-paced final week of California’s two-year legislative session that ended at midnight on Friday, several major bills are now on their way to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk.
Reporter: Katie Orr
California Lawmakers Want Independent Medical Examiners for Officer-Involved Shootings
Several counties in California may have to change how they investigate deaths when those deaths involve law enforcement officers. On Friday, state lawmakers passed Senate Bill 1303 in response to a controversy in San Joaquin County.
Reporter: Julie Small
Bill to Outlaw Smoking on California Beaches Awaits Gov. Brown's Signature
Going to the beach today? Do you smoke? Okay, so don't leave your cigarette butts on the ground. They can harm wildlife and the oceans. But finding a solution to this problem is proving difficult.
Reporter: Erika Mahoney
Family Separation is Not a New Thing for Many Immigrant Families
Human rights groups are still working to reunite migrant kids separated from their parents under the Trump administration's “zero tolerance” policy. But family separation among immigrant families is not a new thing. Since 2008, about 150,000 people have been deported from California. Many of them left family behind.
Reporter: Emily Green