In his first State of the State address, Gov. Gavin Newsom said his administration will significantly scale back two massive public projects: high-speed rail and the Delta tunnels. Those are both projects that his predecessor championed.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Los Angeles County has scrapped its plan to build a jail that treats inmates with mental health issues. Instead, the Board of Supervisors voted yesterday to move forward with a dedicated mental health treatment facility for inmates.
Reporter: Alyssa Jeong Perry
California is pretty focused on its green agenda, which is now more ambitious than ever with a goal to be carbon neutral by 2045. Environmentalists say meeting that goal means natural gas, once considered a clean alternative to coal, has to go. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced plans Tuesday to replace three aging gas power plants with clean energy.
Reporter: Larry Buhl
A double-barreled Pacific storm system arrived in Northern California late Tuesday with heavy rains, high winds and just enough uncertainty about exactly where it will direct its fiercest energy to prompt forecasters to put the entire region on notice for the possibility of widespread flooding and power outages.
Reporter: Dan Brekke
In response to reignited public outrage over the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal, diocese and religious orders, like the Franciscans, are working to update public lists of priests accused of sexual misconduct with minors. But some of them are blowing past self-imposed deadlines. Leading that effort for his order is the Rev. David Gaa, the head of the Franciscans in the western United States.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
The devastation from the Camp Fire in Paradise is far too large for the town to handle on its own. As the town works toward recovery, it's bringing in a lot of outside help to make it happen.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson