In his last eight years as governor, Jerry Brown has left little doubt about what he sees as California’s biggest challenge: climate change. Brown has called it a threat to organized human existence. Now as he prepares to leave office, we take a look at what Brown has accomplished on the climate front.
Reporter: Lauren Sommer
Today is the day that Nancy Pelosi gets her Speaker's gavel back. We find out what's on the San Francisco congresswoman's agenda and obstacles she might face.
Guest: Jessica Levinson
Tesla Shares Plummet After Release of Quarterly Report
In it's quarterly report yesterday, Tesla said that it's never produced as many cars. But investors of the electric car maker in the Bay Area were still not pleased, as shares fell as much as 10 percent.
Guest: Alexandria Sage
California's Supreme Court has denied a police union's challenge to a new state law that went into effect on January 1. The law allows public access to records documenting police misconduct and use of force.
Reporter: Sukey Lewis.
Los Angeles Launches New Earthquake Warning App
It's been in the works for years and today Los Angeles is rolling out its new early warning earthquake app.
Reporter: Avishay Artsy
California's Sierra Snowpack Gets First Measure of the Year Today
Rain and snow should return to Northern California this weekend, and none too soon, as the state's “frozen reservoir” is lagging behind as the new year begins.
Reporter: Craig Miller
NASA scientists, including some at Mountain View's NASA Ames Research Center, kicked off the new year with a fly-by of a snowman-shaped space object near Pluto. A photo of the space rock, dubbed Ultima Thule, was taken by the New Horizons probe.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley