Pacific Gas and Electric Co. on Tuesday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, a move the company insists is necessary to contend with at least $30 billion in potential liabilities growing out of the calamitous wildfire seasons of 2017 and 2018.
Guest: Marisa Lagos
We have new details on the amount of insurance claims stemming from November's Camp Fire in Butte County. The number has now reached $11.4 billion, 25 percent higher than last month.
A number of state lawmakers are pushing for a constitutional amendment that would allow people on parole in California to vote. California Secretary of State Alex Padilla joined legislators in Sacramento yesterday in support of including nearly 50,000 former inmates in the electoral process.
Judge Asks Federal Government to Respond to Family Separation Report
A federal judge in San Diego has ordered the Trump Administration to respond by Friday to a report that Homeland Security officials may have separated thousands more migrant children from their parents than initially reported.
Reporter: Julie Small
The Wind Farm Question
In San Luis Obispo County public comment is wrapping up on an offshore wind farm proposal near Morro Bay. It's a big deal because there aren't any offshore wind farms approved off California's coast yet. But this may change in the next few years as the state works towards its green energy goals.
Reporter: Greta Mart