State Lawmaker Questioning Whether PG&E Bankruptcy Plan Is Necessary

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State Lawmaker Questioning Whether PG&E Bankruptcy Plan is Necessary

The head of a powerful state Senate committee is questioning whether PG&E actually needs to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection -- and he’s not alone.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos

LAUSD Schools Open During Teacher Strike

Los Angeles public school teachers are on strike this week, which means a lot of parents are keeping their kids home. LA Unified says its roughly 1,200 schools will stay open throughout the strike, but when the teachers didn’t come to class, neither did many of their students.
Reporter: Caleigh Wells

Fentanyl Overdoses in Central Valley Alarm Health Officials

Fresno public health officials say three people overdosed on Fentanyl last week. This has set off alarm bells for public health officials in the Central Valley, and law enforcement officials say they need to train and equip more officers with overdose-reversing drugs.
Reporter: Raquel Maria Dillon

Camp Fire Survivors at Red Cross Shelter Face Uncertainty

More than two months after the start of the Camp Fire in Butte County, there is one remaining shelter open at a fairgrounds in Chico. But the shelter's contract with the fairgrounds is up at the end of January, and its future is up in the air.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson

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