Camp Fire Recovery Efforts Continue Through the Thanksgiving Holiday
Firefighters, search and rescue crews, utility workers and disaster assistance workers in Butte County worked through the constant rain yesterday on Thanksgiving. The weather helped bring the state's most destructive and deadly wildfire, the Camp Fire, to almost full containment. The California Report talked with people displaced from the fire and a volunteer chef, who owns a still-standing business in Paradise, at a Thanksgiving dinner in Chico.
The E.coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce has so far sickened 32 people in 11 states; 10 of them are in California. A Food and Drug Administration official tweeted yesterday this week that the outbreak may have a connection to California.
Reporter: Erika Mahoney
LGBTQ Migrants Heading to California Marry in Tijuana
All week, we've been bringing you stories about the thousands of Central American migrants camped out at the Tijuana border, hoping to reach the United States. Among them are a group of around 80 migrants who identify as LGBTQ. Last weekend, eight couples got married.
Reporter: Emily Green
Trans Migrant Denied Asylum Offers Guidance for Other LGBTQ Migrants Seeking Refuge
Now, we hear from a transgender woman in Tijuana whose asylum claim was rejected earlier this year. When she heard about the newly arrived LGBTQ migrants, she wanted to give them some advice.
Reporter: Sasha Khokha