Tuesday marked six months since Sacramento police shot and killed 22-year-old Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man holding a cell phone, in his grandparents' backyard. His family is vowing he won’t be forgotten.
Reporter: Katie Orr
How Sen. Feinstein is Handling Kavanaugh Sexual Assault Allegations
California Senator Dianne Feinstein was all over Twitter last night and this morning. As the ranking member of the committee vetting U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Feinstein has been vocal about the need to hear out Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who's accusing Kavanaugh of sexual assault. Feinstein says the California professor is now getting death threats and has been forced to flee her home.
Guest: Lawrence Hurley, Reuters Reporter
Gov. Brown Vetoes Bill to Change Role of California Sheriffs
About a year ago, KQED first exposed a scandal in San Joaquin County. The medical examiner there was accusing the sheriff of meddling in investigations to protect law enforcement. The sheriff there is also the coroner. The reporting sparked a measure that would have changed how deaths involving officers are investigated. Governor Jerry Brown just vetoed that bill.
Reporter: Julie Small
Fresno Residents Face Off Over Introduction of Medicinal Cannabis
At a public forum in Fresno this week, City Council members took questions from the public about draft regulations that could dictate how medicinal cannabis businesses would operate in the city. In the room: two groups on very different sides of the issue, marijuana entrepreneurs and concerned parents.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Republican Gubernatorial Candidate John Cox Talks Housing, The Economy, and Family Separation
We heard earlier this week from Democratic candidate for governor Gavin Newsom. He spoke about housing and the economy. We wanted to hear from Republican candidate John Cox on the same topics. Cox is a businessman from San Diego.
Guest: John Cox
A government report -- heavily-redacted -- obtained by KPBS reveals major flaws with border wall prototypes the government is considering.
Guest: Jean Guerrero, KPBS Reporter
Mexico City, One Year After Deadly Quake
Today marks one year since a 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico City. More than 350 people died and several buildings collapsed. Scared residents WhatsApped with family and friends here in California, trying to find comfort. Wesley Boxce lost his wife, Elizabeth Esguerra Rosas, in the quake.
Reporter: Emily Green