Thousands of Google employees walked out of work yesterday over how the company is handling claims of sexual harassment.
Reporter: Sam Harnett
How is Antisemitism Playing Out in California's Midterms?
Three elected California congressmen have made appearances with people who have espoused bigoted views. Should they be held responsible?
Guest: Marisa Lagos
In Debt ... From Court Fees
California courts charge defendants some of the highest fines in the country. And, of course, poor defendants often can’t pay those fees. Well, today, a panel of LA appeals judges will listen to claims the court improperly charged a poor defendant hundreds of dollars.
Reporter: Sukey Lewis
Fresno to Pay Back Water Violation Fines
The Fresno City Council voted yesterday to pay back water violation fines after an outcry from residents. The city tried something new, received blow-back, and backtracked.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Controversial Murder Investigation Wraps Up
The unsolved murder of 19-year-old Humboldt State University student David Josiah Lawson is showing some signs of movement. The Arcata Police Department says it is wrapping up an additional investigation today and sending it over to the Humboldt County District Attorney’s office.
Reporter: Natalya Estrada
We've been talking a lot about the closely contested California house district up for grabs next week. One place where you won't find any swing seats is the Bay Area, but that hasn't stopped Democrats in the region from trying to make a impact on the balance of power in Congress.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati