Wednesday marks the start of the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco. A big part of this conference is to bolster U.S. participation in fighting climate change without help from the Trump administration. Former Sierra Club chief Carl Pope says buildings are a great place to start.
Reporter: Craig Miller
Los Angeles Aims to Cut Air Pollution Before 2028 Olympics
It's been a busy week for climate initiatives. And on Tuesday, the city of Los Angeles unveiled its own goal to reduce smog by 25 percent before the city hosts the Olympics in 10 years.
Reporter: Caleigh Wells
Months Later, Many Migrant Children Are Still Separated From Families
It’s been over two months since a federal judge in San Diego ordered the government to reunify more than 2,500 migrant children taken from parents at the border. Around 400 children remain in the U.S. on their own.
Reporter: Julie Small
The #MeToo movement has permeated Hollywood, the state capital, the workplace, and now the Yoga Studio. KQED's Miranda Leitsinger joins host Lily Jamali to talk about sexual abuse in the world of yoga.
Guest: Miranda Leitsinger
Medi-Cal Offers New Options for Addiction Treatment
California is the first state in the nation to adopt a new Medicaid program to increase treatment options for people dealing with drug and alcohol addiction.
Reporter: Alyssa Jeong Perry