Third Woman Comes Forward With Accounts of Assault Involving Brett Kavanaugh
After offering hints at a coming lawsuit earlier this week, Los Angeles attorney Michael Avenatti has just named Julie Swetnick as his client. Swetnick alleges that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge were present while she was sexually assaulted in 1982. Avenatti is demanding an immediate FBI investigation.
Los Angeles Police Arrest Suspect in Homeless Killings
Los Angeles police say they've arrested a man behind a series of attacks, three of them deadly, against homeless men in Los Angeles and Santa Monica. The suspect is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday.
Reporter: Adolfo Guzman-Lopez
Are big companies monopolizing the internet? That’s the question California's Attorney General Xavier Becerra, and other state attorneys general are now considering on the heels of a meeting in Washington, D.C.
Reporter: Sam Harnett
San Francisco Judge Reviews Case to End Temporary Protected Status
The Trump administration's attempts to end so-called "temporary protected status" for roughly 200,000 immigrants is being weighed by a federal judge in San Francisco.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
The battle over the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has spilled into California’s U.S. Senate race. Challenger Kevin de León has come out hard against incumbent Dianne Feinstein over her handling of a letter she received from Dr. Christine Blasey Ford accusing Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Santa Barbara Scientist Looks at Genes to Develop New Whooping Cough Vaccine
There have been more than 2,000 cases of whooping cough in California so far this year. It's a contagious disease that's potentially fatal, especially for newborns. The vaccine that prevents people from getting whooping cough doesn’t stop them from spreading it. But one scientist is trying to fix that.
Reporter: Debra Greene
Salvadorian DREAMer Breaks Cycle of Trauma and Incarceration
There’s a group of young people in LA County at a crossroads no one wants to face. They’re in foster care and on juvenile probation. Their trajectories can be grim: dropout, drug addiction, teen pregnancy, jail. Today we profile one young woman who broke out of that cycle.
Reporter: Annie Gilbertson