In a new survey from the Public Policy Institute of California, 60 percent of adults said universal health coverage should be a high or very high priority.
Reporter: Katie Orr
State Assemblyman Arrested for Alleged Child Cruelty
Fresno police are investigating Central Valley Democratic state assemblyman Joaquin Arambula, who was arrested this week on suspicion of willful cruelty to a child.
Reporter: Alex Hall
How Will the Farm Bill Impact California?
In a rare show of bipartisanship, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to pass the Farm Bill yesterday.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
L.A. Regulates Airbnb After Several Years of Debate
LA's city council voted unanimously this week to impose rules for the first time on short term rental companies like Airbnb. The new laws allow and regulate rentals in a host's "primary residence." Second homes are still not allowed to be rented on these platforms in LA.
Guest: Matt Tinoco
In Butte County, the Camp Fire displaced roughly 50-thousand people, who are still figuring out where else to stay. Airbnb has a program that allows homeowners to help disaster refugees.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow
$9 Billion in Insurance Losses Reported for November Wildfires
California’s recent deadly wildfires have triggered $9 billion in insured losses, according to the state’s insurance commissioner. And that number is expected to grow.
Reporter: Sukey Lewis
California water officials have approved controversial plan to restore rivers in the state. But they’re willing to back off if water users can make their own share plan.
Reporter: Lauren Sommer
The Controversial Plan to Raise the Shasta Dam
About 200 people turned out in Redding last night, to hear about a controversial plan to raise Shasta Dam and enlarge the state’s biggest reservoir. The federal Bureau of Reclamation wants to add about 18 feet to the top of the 600-foot dam, but opponents say raising it would harm salmon and inundate part of an iconic river that feeds the lake.