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Tijuana's Migrant Caravan Deals with Weather, Illness

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Tijuana's Migrant Caravan Deals with Weather, Illness

The weather has made a bad situation worse for members of the migrant caravan taking refuge at the Benito Juarez sports complex in Tijuana.
Reporter: Lily Jamali

Future Uncertain for Hospital in Paradise

Thousands of homes were destroyed in the Camp Fire, leaving many Butte County residents without a home. It also left the only hospital in the area with an uncertain future.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley

CPUC Orders PG&E to Implement Safety Improvements Amid Stormy Meeting

The California Public Utilities Commission voted Thursday to order Pacific Gas and Electric to implement safety reforms amid new scrutiny on the company’s potential role in deadly wildfires in the state.
Reporter: Lily Jamali

Sen. Wiener to Reintroduce Bill on Tax-Free 'Compassionate Care' Cannabis

California State Sen. Scott Wiener plans to re-introduce a bill Monday exempting providers who donate medical cannabis to critically-ill, low-income patients from paying state marijuana taxes.
Reporter: Chloe Veltman

FDA Narrows Down Source of Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak to California Counties

The Food and Drug Administration has narrowed its hunt for the source of an E. coli outbreak in romaine lettuce to six coastal California counties from Ventura to Monterey.
Reporter: Raquel Maria Dillon

Kaiser Workers Ready to Strike

Thousands of mental health workers at Kaiser Permanente are getting ready to go on strike. They filed notice Thursday that they will picket outside 100 Kaiser locations throughout the state.
Reporter: April Dembosky

Judge Orders Reunification of Mother and Son From El Salvador

When a federal judge in San Diego ordered the reunion of nearly 2,700 migrant families this summer, parents with criminal histories were excluded. But, attorneys for the families say you can't take away children without proving criminal history.
Reporter: Julie Small

Taylor Mac Puts on Holiday-themed Show

Taylor Mac, the Macarthur “Genius” Grant-winning drag performer, is back home in California with a special holiday-themed extravaganza.
Reporter: Chloe Veltman


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