E. Coli Outbreak Traced to Santa Barbara County Farm
The recent multi-state E. coli outbreak that had people tossing out romaine lettuce since Thanksgiving has been partially traced to a farm in Santa Barbara County.
Reporter: Greta Mart
Week-long Kaiser Therapist Strike Scheduled to End Today
Mental health workers continue their fifth day of picketing today in what has been a week-long strike against Kaiser Permanente. Psychologists and social workers say their patients have to wait too long between therapy appointments.
Reporter: April Dembosky
California for President?
Several Presidential hopefuls are from California. Could any of them win?
Guest: Marisa Lagos
Raiders Next Game Seems Likely to Be Their Last in Oakland
The Raiders’ last game in Oakland could be a lot sooner than fans had hoped. The team, which is moving to Las Vegas, had been negotiating to play at the Oakland Coliseum until its new facility is ready but abruptly pulled out of talks on Wednesday.
Reporter: Angela Corral
San Luis Obispo County Workers Strike, Appeal for Increased Wages and Benefits
San Luis Obispo County employees embarked on a first-ever strike this week. The county’s largest union is protesting over wages and benefits. Public health clinics, records offices and libraries were forced to close.
Reporter: Tyler Pratt
Cal Fire Chief Retires
If you live in an area that's been hit by devastating wildfires, Ken Pimlott may be close to a household name. He’s headed Cal Fire for the last eight years. But after three decades on the job, Pimlott is retiring today.
Reporter: Tara Siler
Airbnb Housing Program for Camp Fire Evacuees Ends Today
For the people who lost their homes in the Camp Fire in Butte County, an ongoing preoccupation is: where are they going to live now? Airbnb has a temporary fix in the form of a program called Open Homes. Hosts offer their homes for free to people displaced by natural disasters. But in Butte County, after a month, the program ends there today - even as temperatures are starting to dip into the 30s.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
L.A. Increases Speed Limits to Write More Tickets
Speed limits are going up in Los Angeles so the police can write more tickets.
Reporter: Hope McKenney