We're now in the 27th day of the partial government shutdown and federal employees are starting to feel the pain. TSA agents and other workers protested in Los Angeles and Sacramento Wednesday, calling for an end to the shutdown.
Reporter: Nadine Sebai
Food, Health Services Halted at California's Tribal Lands
Government shutdown problems are also hitting Native American communities. California Congressmembers Barbara Lee and Eric Swalwell say the shutdown is hurting reservations and natural resources.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson
State Lawmakers Tour Paradise
California lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are expected to spend the day at the epicenter of the Camp fire, viewing the devastation in Paradise. The tour comes as PG&E looks towards the legislature for help with a bankruptcy.
Reporter: Lily Jamali
Santa Rosa Diocese Name Clergy Accused of Sexual Misconduct
The Diocese of Santa Rosa became the latest to release a list of priests accused of sexual misconduct with minors. This comes on the heels of a growing number of dioceses naming alleged abusers. But is this an act of remorse or a church trying to get ahead of a reckoning?
Reporter: Sara Hossaini