The Trump administration's policy towards asylum seekers has been dealt its latest setback in the courts here in California. Immigrant advocates led by the ACLU made their case before a federal judge Wednesday.
Reporter: Lily Jamali
A state watchdog for migrant children in government custody applauds the federal government's decision this week to stop a policy that was delaying the release of kids to their families in the U.S.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
A Hail-Mary to Limit Access to Police Misconduct Records
A last-minute, Hail Mary petition by law enforcement groups to the State Supreme Court is aimed at derailing access to police misconduct records under a new law set to take effect January 1.
Reporter: Alex Emslie
LA Teachers Union Announces Strike Date
After two years of negotiations with school officials that have gone from bad to worse, the union representing teachers in the L.A. Unified School District says it’s ready to strike.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez
NAACP Protests Facebook
The NAACP is continuing its week-long “Log Out Of Facebook” campaign. Black American Facebook and Instagram users were among those most heavily targeted by Russian posts and ads, with provocative memes about police brutality and voter suppression, according to the latest Senate Intelligence Committee report.
Reporter: Tonya Mosley
California Congressman's Attempt to Help Yemen
A California Congressman is trying to help fix a crisis thousands of miles away in Yemen where a civil war began in late 2014. The roots of the conflict involve a president in exile backed by Sunni Saudi Arabia, and a rebel group, the Houthis, founded by a member of the Shia minority. With two factions of Islam and U.S. involvement since the Obama administration, the conflict has created a famine that's shocked the world. There are early peace talks, and last week, the U.S. Senate voted to end military support to Saudi Arabia, but that's symbolic until January, when the Democratic House is sworn in.
Guest: Ro Khanna
California's Not Happy With a New Federal Report on School Safety
California leaders from Nancy Pelosi to state school superintendent Tom Torlakson are taking issue with the findings of a new federal report on school safety. And so are California Students who spoke out, walked out, and lobbied lawmakers last year for tougher gun laws.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancano
It’s been six weeks to the day since the Camp Fire started, and tonight, the show North State Public Radio launched to cover the fallout switches from daily to weekly. But there's still more than enough to talk about.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow