10 Years Since Oscar Grant
Friends and family remembered Oscar Grant on New Year's Day, 10 years to the day since the 22-year-old was shot and killed by a BART police officer at Oakland’s Fruitvale Station.
Reporter: Sandhya Dirks
New court filings from California's attorney general and PG&E provide new details about the utility's role in deadly wildfires, and the potential consequences of that role.
Guest: Dan Brekke
If you're wondering how the federal government shutdown affects us here in California, look no further than our national parks. At our state's most popular one, Yosemite, things are getting out of hand.
Reporter: Jeremy Siegel
Record Number of New Elected Officials Are Women
We are on the verge of seeing a record number of women sworn in as elected officials. That's true on the national and state scene, and down to the local level.
Reporter: Katie Orr
A San Diego oceanographer made a big discovery by looking where she was told she wouldn't find anything. She's found two species of fish that are thriving despite living in ocean waters almost devoid of oxygen.
Reporter: Erik Anderson
Keeping Your Head in the Game: How Firefighter Spouses Juggle Parenthood, Marital Issues and Undercurrent of Fear
As we said goodbye to 2018, we also finished one of the worst fire seasons in years. Wildfires burned more than 1.6 million acres in California. While firefighters have to be ready, their partners have to shoulder a big burden, too.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson