California officials are denouncing a Trump administration proposal to roll back fuel efficiency standards. At a public hearing in Fresno yesterday, they said the proposal would weaken California’s environmental protections.
Reporter: Alex Hall
A union representing Disneyland workers is settling on a new contract that ups wages by 40 percent. The deal comes after months of fighting over higher wages. But that new $15 minimum wage won't be extended to all of the theme park's employees at this point.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
L.A. Congressman Adam Schiff on Potential Rosenstein Firing
Southern California congressman Adam Schiff sounds off on the potential removal of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and how that could affect the Mueller investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Schiff joins host John Sepulvado to break down the issue.
Guest: Adam Schiff
Brett Kavanaugh hit the airwaves on Fox News with his wife last night in an effort to save his appointment to the nation's highest court. In Sacramento, women hit the state Capitol to show their support for those accusing him of sexual assault.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Palo Alto Mayor Speaks Out About Being the Victim of Sexual Abuse
One criticism being leveled at Brett Kavanaugh's accusers has to do with why they waited so long to come forward. It's prompting some women to share very personal stories in a show of support. Palo Alto Mayor Liz Kniss speaks to host Lily Jamali about being attacked by two different men five decades ago.
Guest: Liz Kniss
Awaiting Trial, Congressman Hunter Remains on the Campaign Trail
San Diego congressman Duncan Hunter and his wife, Margaret, were back in court Monday. Their indictment for embezzling campaign cash hasn't put a stop to his campaign, and their trial won't happen until after the midterm elections.
Reporter: Jade Hindmon
California's Sanctuary Laws Don't Always Work the Way They're Supposed To
This week, we're bringing stories from a migrant shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. In Part 2 of that series, reporter Farida Jhabvala Romero profiles a man whom California’s sanctuary law was designed to protect, but didn’t.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero