Migrants Cope With Close Quarters, Squalid Conditions at Border
Three days after U.S. Border Patrol fired tear gas at Central American migrants, asylum seekers keep arriving at the border. There are roughly 7,000 migrant men, women and children in Tijuana. And just like the rest of us, they are going through their daily routines. Only they're doing it in sometimes uncomfortably close quarters.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez
Tijuana Mayor Wants Help From Mexican Government
Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastélum isn't happy about footing the bill for basic support services for migrants taking shelter in the city. He's asked the Mexican federal government for help. Host Lily Jamali spoke with Gastélum to find out if if he's getting it.
Guest: Juan Manuel Gastélum
Local Newspaper Exposes Violence and Corruption in Tijuana
Many migrants say they're fleeing violence in Central America. But they’ve landed in one of Mexico’s most violent cities. One crusading newspaper in Tijuana is known for exposing the city’s organized crime and corruption.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
Federal Judge Asks PG&E for Camp Fire Report
Weeks after California's deadliest wildfire swept through parts of Butte County, the cause remains under investigation. But we know this: PG&E reported an outage around the time and near the place the fire started. The utility is on probation in connection with the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion in 2010. Yesterday, a U.S. judge overseeing that case asked the utility to explain any role it may have played in the Camp Fire.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Emergency Officials Say Warning System is Vulnerable
Several fire victims we've spoken to in recent weeks have told us they were never warned to evacuated. This includes residents of Paradise, where the blaze spread with astonishing speed. California's emergency alert systems were the focus of a hearing held yesterday by state legislators in Carpinteria, near the spot where the Thomas Fire hit last year.
Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler
Camp Fire Survivors Rely on the Kindness of Strangers
The Camp Fire devastated the communities of Paradise, Magalia and Concow. But it also brought together people who had never met. We spoke with one couple who were staying with a complete stranger.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Forty Years Later: The Legacy of Harvey Milk
It was 40 years ago this week that San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk were shot and killed at City Hall. The assassination of Milk helped pave the way for historic victories for LGBT rights.
Reporter: Scott Shafer