A federal judge in San Francisco is holding off, for now, on forcing PG&E to launch a sweeping re-inspection and repair program to reduce the wildfire danger posed by its power lines. Judge William Alsup made the decision in a contentious hearing Wednesday.
Reporter: Dan Brekke.
California is dedicating millions of dollars to clean up some of the dirtiest air in the state. The new program targets 10 disadvantaged communities spanning from West Oakland to San Diego.
Reporter: Lesley McClurg
Skiers are coming back from Tahoe with stories of lots of snow and great powder. But does this mean California will have enough water come spring?
Reporter: Craig Miller
Orange County's Needle Exchange Program Looks to Reopen
The only needle exchange program in Orange County is filing an appeal to resume operations.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
This week, we’re digging into some of the most common myths, hearing from people close enough to the streets to know what’s really going on. The nonprofit Project Open Hand is best known for delivering healthy meals to thousands of disabled, elderly and ill San Franciscans, but they also serve lunch to homeless people.
Reporter: Yuri Nagano