Zinke Out as Interior Secretary: What Does That Mean for California?
Interior Department Secretary Ryan Zinke announced his resignation over the weekend amid investigations over real estate dealings. Zinke's policy proposals to expand offshore drilling and shrink national monuments weren't popular in California. But will anything change when his replacement takes office?
Reporter: Sonja Hutson
Los Angeles Teachers March in Favor of Strike
Thousands of educators and their allies marched in downtown Los Angeles over the weekend to show support for a teacher strike that looks more and more likely to take place in early January.
Reporter: Jenny Hamel
Trump Administration Targets Vietnamese Refugees for Deportation
A lot of attention has been given to the Trump administration's focus on the southern border and Latino migrants. But we also have word of the president and his administration pushing to deport Vietnamese refugees living in California.
Reporter: Leslie Berestein Rojas
Amtrak Will Close Riverside Call Center
Amtrak will be shutting down a Southern California call center in January, laying off over 550 workers. California lawmakers responded by sending a letter urging the company to reconsider.
Reporter: Benjamin Purper
Covered California Extends Deadline to Register
Covered California, the state's health insurance marketplace, is extending its deadline to secure coverage in 2019. This comes after a federal judge in Texas ruled on Friday that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.
Reporter: Ryan Levi
Camp Fire Survivor Finds Dog Tags in the Wreckage
All evacuation orders from the Camp Fire have been lifted in Paradise. That was good news for a man we told you about recently as he took a first look at his destroyed home. At the time, there was something he really wanted to find. He finally got the chance to go looking for it over the weekend.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Medical Care Workers Cross Border to Help Migrants in Tijuana
Many Central American migrants in Tijuana live in close quarters, whether they are in shelters or camps, causing concern about their health. A group of doctors, nurses and volunteers cross the border once a week to provide medical care.
Reporter: Alyssa Jeong Perry
Smithsonian Museum Gets First Female Director
Since the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History opened in 1964, it has never had a female director. Until now. Anthea Hartig, director of the California Historical Society in San Francisco, will become the first woman to lead the museum, which is located in Washington, D.C.
Reporter: Bianca Taylor