Thousands of Migrants, Only Some Will Make It to U.S. Border
The migrant caravan from Honduras and Guatemala is still a thousand miles away from the U.S.-Mexico border. But participants are continuing their slow march north. President Trump has called the migrant caravan an “onslaught of illegal aliens”. At this point, it is roughly 7,000 strong.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
Mexican Ambassador Says the U.S. Won't Influence How It Handles Refugees
Mexico is under pressure from President Trump to stop the migrant caravan. But it's complicated for Mexico, which has its most important trade relationship on the line. KPBS' Jean Guerrero recently sat down with Geronimo Gutierrez, the Mexican Ambassador to the United States, and asked how his country handles migrants.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
Oakland Homeless Advocates Want to Put an End to 'Sidewalk Sweeps'
In Oakland, advocates for the homeless are sending an open letter to Mayor Libby Schaaf, asking her to stop so-called "sidewalk sweeps." The United Nations just released a global housing report that calls conditions in the Bay Area "cruel and inhumane."
Reporter: Erika Aguilar
New Fire Cams Help Crews Respond to Wildfires in Sonoma County
Cal Fire officials say newly installed fire cameras helped crews find and quickly extinguish a recent wildfire in Sonoma County.
Reporter: Jeremy Siegel
Kronos Quartet Launches Tour of Music From 'Banned' Countries
The San Francisco-based Kronos Quartet has a long history performing music with a political edge. Now it’s launched a concert series called “Music for Change—the Banned Countries,” alluding to the seven Muslim-majority countries in the Trump Administration's first travel ban.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow
What Can North California Do About Its Wild Horse Problem?
There's a wild horse roundup underway in California’s northeastern corner. The horses have overpopulated a region called Devil's Garden Plateau in Modoc County, taxing natural resources and threatening the cattle industry.
Reporter: Penny Nelson