Homeland Security Secretary Visits California Border
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is visiting the U.S.-Mexico border Friday to see the first completed section of President Trump's new 30-foot high border wall.
California National Guard Assists Immigration Enforcement
As the Trump administration moves to possibly strengthen deployment along the border, some members of the California National Guard, which have been there since April, say it's been hard to stay out of immigration enforcement despite the California governor's policy not to get involved.
Reporter: Steve Walsh
Families Detained at Border Released Without Follow-Ups
Immigration advocates in Southern California got word Thursday of a change in policy that indicates families detained at the border will be released without any plan to make sure their basic needs are met.
Reporter: Julie Small
San Diego to Vote on Allowing Consumers Energy Options
San Diego announced Thursday that it will vote later this year to follow in the footsteps of more than 100 communities -- like some in Los Angeles, Ventura and Marin -- in deciding to give consumers the option to choose a different energy source than what’s offered by their private, investor-run utilities.
Reporter: Priya Sridhar
Friday morning, Gov. Jerry Brown and air regulators will demand the Trump administration abandon its plan to relax national auto emissions standards.
Reporter: Craig Miller
Attacking House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is a key part of Republicans' strategy for holding on to control of the House. Some Democratic candidates, though, won't say whether they'd back Pelosi for speaker if Democrats retake the House. That got us wondering about the 78-year-old, 15-term San Franciscan's future.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Women Who Want Quick Closure May Join USC Sex Abuse Settlement
Some of the women suing USC over alleged sexual abuse say they won’t join the recent $215 million proposed settlement of a federal lawsuit, saying it falls short. But other women are ready to settle.
Reporter: Adolfo Guzman-Lopez
California Volcano Makes Top 5 Most-Dangerous List
The U.S. Geological Survey updated its list of which U.S. volcanoes pose the greatest threats. Among the top 5 is one of Northern California's iconic peaks. An eruption there could impact the entire state.
Reporter: Danielle Venton