New State Law Makes Police Misconduct Records Open to Public
Two new state laws set to take effect next year will end California's distinction as the most secretive state when it comes to sharing information about police shootings and officer misconduct.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
Mandate for Women to Serve on Boards Could Be Hard to Implement
By the end of next year, California public companies must have at least one woman on their board of directors. When Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 826 into law, he acknowledged it will be hard to implement. Some would go even further, calling it unconstitutional.
Reporter: Lily Jamali
San Diego Diocese Holds Meeting to Discuss Sexual Abuse Scandal in Catholic Church
Last night, the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese held a meeting to confront recent sexual abuse allegations against church priests. One topic brought up by parishioners at the meeting had to do with same-sex relationships.
Reporter: John Sepulvado
For the first time a Nobel Prize in Medicine has been awarded for cancer therapy. One of the scientists sharing the prize did his groundbreaking work at UC Berkeley.
Reporter: Danielle Venton
Brown Vetoes Bill for Safe Injection Sites
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a controversial bill that would have allowed San Francisco to open “supervised injection sites” for illegal drug users.
Reporter: Laura Klivans
It hasn’t always been easy to be a Democrat in the GOP stronghold of Orange County. One of the candidates from this region who's trying to flip congressional seats in the Democrats' favor is Katie Porter.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos