FEMA Still Struggling to House Camp Fire Survivors
Today marks three months since the deadly Camp Fire started in Butte County. It took 85 lives and left behind a path of destruction unlike any wildfire our state has ever experienced. Now months later, housing the survivors of the wildfire remains a crisis.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Chico Mayor Talks Camp Fire Recovery Ripple Effects
The city of Chico, just West of Paradise, has absorbed many of the people who lost everything in the Camp Fire.
Guest: Randall Stone
Yuba County Jail ICE Detainees to Strike
In Marysville, north of Sacramento, migrants are being held at the Yuba County Jail by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Detainees there are planning a hunger strike to protest what activists say are long-standing problems like inadequate medical care. This comes after recent hunger strikes at ICE facilities in San Diego and El Paso, Texas, where some striking migrants are being force fed.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala-Romero
Sen. Kamala Harris Reintroduces Nationwide Farm Worker Overtime Bill
California has some of the strongest rules in the country when it comes to overtime pay for farm workers. Now our state could become a model for the rest of the nation. On Thursday Sen. Kamala Harris reintroduced a bill that would set the same overtime pay for farm workers nationwide.
Reporter: Laura Tsutsui
Lawmakers Call for Audit of Student Homeless Data
In order to help homeless students, schools have to know they exist. But thousands of schools in California haven't identified a single unhoused student. Now, lawmakers are crying foul.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancano