Governor Gavin Newsom is preparing to deliver his first State of the State address this morning. He’s signaling that he might take a tougher approach to President Donald Trump than his predecessor, at least when it comes to the border.
Reporter: Katie Orr
In San Diego, the city council has just unanimously approved a mid-year spending plan that includes a new job: an Immigrant Affairs Manager whose role is to welcome immigrants. That ask came from the city's Republican Mayor Kevin Faulconer.
Guest: Mayor Kevin Faulconer
Kevin de Leon, who lost a high-profile U.S. Senate bid against longtime incumbent Dianne Feinstein last year, is now running for LA's City Council.
Reporter: Mary Plummer
Two California cannabis dispensaries are hooking up with Canadian businesses. Oakland-based Harborside, one of the largest dispensaries in the country, has announced a new partnership with a Canadian company that allows it to be listed on one of that country's stock exchanges. And the Apothecarium, a popular San Francisco cannabis company, is being bought up by a Toronto-based business. The moves highlight what could be a new, international dynamic for the state’s budding industry.
Reporter: Jeremy Siegel
The LAPD is taking heat after the LA Times found black drivers have been disproportionately stopped by one of the department's units. If true, the question becomes, is it racial profiling? The police chief says the department did not target African Americans. The Times investigation does not prove racial profiling, although some are certainly calling it that.
Guest: LA Times Reporter Cindy Chang
Federal officials report that 18 million more trees have died in California since the fall of 2017 – and that’s a bit of a relief.
Reporter: Molly Peterson
Two years ago today, almost 200,000 people had to evacuate their homes after the main spillway at the Oroville Dam cracked in two.
Reporter: Polly Stryker