PG&E Plans to Shut Down Power More in New Wildfire Plan
Pacific Gas & Electric has unveiled a new plan for wildfire safety that may lead to the utility shutting off power to more customers during times of extreme fire danger.
Reporter: Dan Brekke
L.A. County to Purge 1.5 Million from Voter Rolls
In Los Angeles County, a settlement with a conservative group has set off fears of a mass purge of voter registrations. Purging the rolls is common practice in some states like Ohio and Georgia, and civil rights groups say it can cause voter disenfranchisement. But officials maintain that’s not the case in L.A.
Reporter: Mary Franklin Harvin
Homeless Myth: They're All Drug Addicts
As counties across our state conduct homeless counts we continue our look at common myths about what it's like to be homeless. Mahan Naeim, who lives in Orange County, does outreach with drug users there.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
Central Valley Environmentalists and Farmers Disagree on Interior Department Nominee
This week President Trump nominated a former lobbyist for the Westlands Water District in the Central Valley for secretary of the interior. Nominee David Bernhardt has been the acting secretary since Ryan Zinke resigned. Big Ag is praising the decision but environmentalists say he pits farmers against fish.
Reporter: Monica Velez
This week Nevada became the first state in the country with a female majority in its state legislature. It’s a milestone to be sure, but what can Nevada’s accomplishment tell us about our own state?
Reporter: Paul Boger