Chill Out! California's Economy is Cooling, But It's No Biggie
California's economy is cooling, somewhat. But the team who put together UCLA Anderson's Economic Forecast says: don't worry.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Mary Daly's Unlikely Path to President of San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank
One of the people deciding on the direction of interest rates this fall is Mary Daly. In October, she took over as President of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. As a teenager, Daly dropped out of high school. With the help of a mentor, she got her GED and then she kept going. She is used to surprising people.
Guest: Mary Daly
Does the SF Symphony's New Musical Director Spell Trouble for Diversity? He Hopes Not
There's a new guy at the top of the San Francisco Symphony. The Northern California institution has hired Esa-Pekka Salonen to succeed Michael Tilson Thomas as music director. Salonen doesn't shy away from diversity issues. He's bringing in eight artists of diverse backgrounds as collaborative partners to shake things up.
Reporter: Chloe Veltman
Despite Fierce Opposition, San Jose Approves Major Public Land Sale to Google
The San Jose City Council yesterday approved the sale of a 10 acre plot of public land to Google. The pricetag? $110 million. Chump change if you ask protesters. But San Jose is hoping Google can transform the city’s economy.
Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler
Promises Made? Challenge to State Pension Law Heard in Court Wednesday
California’s Supreme Court is taking up the thorny issue of pensions. Yesterday justices heard arguments in CalFire Local 2881's challenge to a pension reform law backed by Governor Jerry Brown, which sought to reign in costs.
4 Weeks Later, Evacuation Orders Lifted for Paradise in Deadly Camp Fire
Almost a month after the deadly Camp Fire ignited, Paradise residents are finally being allowed back to survey what's left.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
Camp Fire Debris Cleanup Largest in State History
State officials say the Camp Fire clean up will be the largest debris removal project the state has ever done. It's expected to take a year to complete.
Reporter: Sukey Lewis
California Ahead of the Rest of the World in 2020 Carbon Emissions Goals
California is out in front of its 2020 goals to cut carbon emissions, but the rest of the world is lagging. The latest projections make a major global challenge even more daunting.
Reporter: Craig Miller