PG&E will be able to keep operating its business and paying its employees but not issue bonuses to executives or other company leaders after a bankruptcy judge approved a slew of motions Thursday.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Facebook, Twitter Remove Hundreds of Fake Accounts
Two of Silicon Valley’s biggest social media giants are keen to show they’re cracking down on political misinformation before the next big election in 2020. Both Facebook and Twitter announced major fake account takedowns yesterday and indicated more could be coming soon.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow
Chico Red Cross Shelter Remains Open As Evacuees Struggle with Housing
In Butte County, about 50 survivors of the Camp Fire are still at a Red Cross shelter at the Chico fairgrounds. County Officials say they are looking to close the shelter in the next few days, but evacuees there still can’t find other housing options.
Guest: Marc Albert
84 San Bernardino Priests Named as Sex Abusers in New Report
Attorneys representing survivors of child sexual abuse by Catholic priests have released a new report on alleged sexual abuse by clergy in the Diocese of San Bernardino.
Reporter: Benjamin Purper
This week two rescued California sea otters returned to the wild.
Reporter: Krista Almanzan