Thousands of Honduran migrants crossed the border from Guatemala into Mexico this weekend. They're part of a caravan, which some estimate to be as large as 7,000 people. The Trump administration has been pressuring the Mexican government to stop them. The group could make it to Mexico's border with California in less than a month. Reporter Emily Green has been traveling with them.
Guest: Emily Green
President Trump wants to see more water go to Central Valley farmers. He signed an order saying so on Friday. But the president may not have much of a say over California’s water supply.
Reporter: Lauren Sommer
Devin Nunes's Former Teacher Praises His Support of San Joaquin Valley Farmers
California Congressman Devin Nunes has emerged as a close ally of Donald Trump's. Water and other agricultural issues help drive voters to the polls in his district. For some perspective, host Lily Jamali speaks with Dave Caetano, Nunes's high school agriculture instructor.
Guest: Dave Caetano
In Kern County local prosecutors have taken the almost unheard of step of re-prosecuting two cops who were already convicted in federal court. We bring you this story as part of our California Corruption project, a collaboration with the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley.
Reporter: Robert Lewis
California State Parks is preparing to rollout a reservation system for Point Lobos. Visitors have been loving the state reserve a little too much. The move is part of a trend the National Park Service is setting in places like Muir Woods.
Reporter: Erika Mahoney
Proposition 12 Would Give California Cities Power to Control Rents
There are 11 propositions on the ballot this November. One them deals with rent control. Proposition 12, if passed, would give California cities the power to set their own rent control ordinances.
Guest: Guy Marzorati