California Republican Claims Victory in Undecided House Seat
In another setback for California Republicans, Democrat TJ Cox claimed victory in the last remaining undecided House seat. It was considered a longshot for Cox to knock off GOP incumbent Congressman David Valadao.
Reporter: Penny Nelson
Pelosi Inches Closer to Becoming House Speaker, Again
San Francisco Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi took a big step towards becoming House Speaker, again, in the new Congress.
Reporter: Scott Shafer
Retired Lieutenant Upsets LA County Sheriff Race
In perhaps the most surprising election result in California, a retired lieutenant with little command experience -- Alex Villanueva -- has beaten incumbent LA County Sheriff Jim McDonnell.
Reporter: Frank Stoltze
Paradise Prepares to Reopen Schools
Governor Jerry Brown signed an executive order yesterday to help school districts affected by the wildfires. The Paradise Unified School District prepares to teach students at temporary facilities, even if kids now live outside the district.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
USC Researchers Develop Polio Vaccine Needing No Refrigeration
A team of University of Southern California researchers developed a polio vaccine that doesn't need to be refrigerated.
Reporter: Faust Raghavan
Wet Weather to Affect California's Fire Ravaged Areas
Heavy rain and wind are set to be problematic for fire-ravaged areas in the region. There is a mandatory evacuation order near the town of Lake Elsinore.
Reporter: Penny Nelson
Border Agency Says Tear Gas Deployed in 'Dangerous Situations'
A Customs and Border Protection Agency official says tear gas has been used in 29 incidents and said the chemical is used as a response to assaults.
Reporter: Priya Sridhar
Right-to-die Law Upheld in California
California's appeals court has upheld its right-to-die law. The court's decision overturns a lower court's ruling that briefly blocked a dying patient's access to lethal medications last spring.
Reporter: April Dembosky
Cannabis Tax Revenue Use to Align with Newsom's Policy Priorities
When voters legalized recreational marijuana in California, many expected a windfall of tax revenue. That hasn't quite panned out yet, but it could soon.
Reporter: Katie Orr
California Gets Its First Female Lieutenant Governor
California has voted in its first female Lieutenant Governor -- Eleni Kounalakis. She plans to increase funding for higher education and keep tuition down.
Guest: Eleni Kounalakis