Sen. Dianne Feinstein Wants More Witnesses at Kavanaugh Sexual Assault Hearing
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein is criticizing the Republican plan to call just two witnesses at next week's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on sexual assault charges against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Bay Area professor Christine Blasey Ford made the claim. Ford and Kavanaugh are set to testify. Meanwhile, California congresswoman Anna Eshoo is praising what she calls Ford's courage.
Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler
Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy Mark Stasyuk is dead after exchanging gunfire with a suspect. Another officer is injured. The deputies were responding to a call about a dispute between an unidentified suspect and an employee at a Pep Boys auto shop. Stasyuk was 27 years old and had been with the department for over four years.
Will More Judges Help Clear L.A.'s Backlog of Immigration Cases?
Los Angeles is about to get a number of new immigration judges. The city has the nation’s second-highest immigration case backlog. But the jury’s out on how much bringing in additional judges will help to fix the problem.
Reporter: Leslie Berestein Rojas
USC Study Looks At How Smog Impacts Babies in the Womb
New research from the University of Southern California studies how smog in Los Angeles can alter hormone function in the womb.
Reporter: Lesley McClurg
San Diego Diocese Says Church Had Credible Accusations Against Priest
The California Report has learned that years ago the San Diego Diocese recommended a priest, who the church says faced credible accusations of sexual abuse, to continue ministering.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Gavin Newsom Talks California's Affordable Housing Crisis
In Part 2 of host Lily Jamali's conversation with Gavin Newsom, the Democrats' pick to be our state's next governor sounds off on one topic that hits especially close to home for many Californians: housing affordability.
Guest: Gavin Newsom
New Bills Aim to Alleviate Postpartum Depression for Mothers
For a lot of new moms, postpartum anxiety and depression go ignored. Two bills on Gov. Jerry Brown's desk aim to bridge the divide between the care mothers want and what they're getting.
Reporter: April Dembosky
Stanford Report Shows California Students Still Lag Behind National Average
California’s K-12 education system has seen a lot of change in the past decade. It has overhauled how it funds schools and given districts more say in how they spend that money. But a major new report on the system, led by Stanford, raises red flags.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancaño