Verizon Questioned Over Data Throttling in Mendocino Fire
On Wednesday in Santa Clara County, supervisors intensely questioned Verizon executives over their so-called throttling of information – information firefighters needed to help battle the Mendocino Complex Fire.
Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler
Southern California Utility Sued Over Thomas Fire
In Ventura County, Southern California Edison officials said on Wednesday their equipment helped start California’s second largest wildfire in recorded history, the Thomas Fire. About 2,000 people are to sue the behemoth utility company.
Reporter: Stephanie O’Neil
In Shasta County, California regulators have penalized the company that hired a bulldozer operator, who was killed battling the Carr fire.
Reporter: Ted Goldberg
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris will be campaigning for Democrats in California this weekend — the first time she's hit the trail at home since before the June primary. But that doesn't mean Harris isn't playing a key role in this year's midterm election: Harris has been hopscotching all over the Midwest and South, campaigning for Democrats, as she apparently gears up for a 2020 presidential run.
Guest: Marisa Lagos
Troops to the Border
The Trump Administration has announced that it will send up to 15,000 troops from the U.S. military to the southern border to interface with 4,000 migrants in a migrant caravan, still heading north to the United States.
Guest: Kyndra Rotunda
Victim of Violence in Honduras Speaks Up on Caravan
Many of the people in the migrant caravan traveling to the U.S. border say they are fleeing violence in Honduras. Bertha Zúñiga Cáceres has felt that violence first hand. Her mother, an internationally-known environmentalist, was murdered in 2016. A Honduran tribunal is expected to rule on the murder soon.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
The chief psychiatrist for California prisons is accusing state officials of hiding negative data from a court tasked with improving mental health care for inmates. The doctor, Dr. Michael Golding, alleges that prison officials manipulate treatment data to mask what he calls a "broken system of care."
Reporter: Julie Small