Hundreds of Migrants Rush Toward Tijuana-U.S. Border
Hundreds of migrants ran toward the U.S. border in Tijuana on Sunday to try to present themselves for asylum. Mexican law enforcement clashed with these migrants as they tried to pass a police blockade on their way to the border. Those hospitalized in the altercation include one toddler and two reporters.
Reporters: Mariana Martinez Esténs, Jean Guerrero
If all goes as planned, the Mars InSight will land on the surface of the Red Planet around noon, marking the end of a six-month-long journey. Museums and libraries throughout the state are hosting viewing parties for the event today.
Reporters: Michelle Wiley, Danielle Venton
The city of Santa Cruz’s plan to house the homeless 24 hours a day, seven days a week this winter didn’t work out. It’s now shutting down an outdoor homeless camp, while residents try to figure out where to go.
Reporter: Erika Mahoney
Returning to Paradise: Camp Fire Survivors Survey the Damage
With fire officials calling the Camp Fire fully contained, we're starting to hear about people who are returning to the site of their homes. We went into Paradise with one couple as they surveyed the damage.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
In the aftermath of the Camp Fire, two musicians from Paradise wrote a tribute song to their hometown. “One of These Days” quickly went viral, and now the men are headed to Nashville to record the song professionally.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow