A Heart to Heart Between Newsom and Cities Skirting Housing Laws
On Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom invited leaders from cities he says haven't built enough housing for a heart to heart. He was just a stone's throw from Huntington Beach which the state just sued for that exact reason.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez
Credit Union to Give No-Interest Loans to Striking Oakland Teachers
A credit union in the Bay Area is working with Oakland's teachers union on no interest loans for teachers in the event that their strike takes a while.
Reporter: Julia McEvoy
San Diego Military Community Worried About Impact of National Emergency Declaration
Military communities around the country are looking at the potential impact of the president’s declaration of a National Emergency to build more border wall. In San Diego, officials are worried about the impact of delaying or halting military projects.
Reporter: Steve Walsh
Business As Usual in Tijuana, Officials Say
Members of the Mexican government say, despite Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the border, the situation there is nothing out of ordinary.
Reporter: Christal Smith
Their House Survived the Camp Fire, But Their Insurance Didn't
Californians who live in an area devastated by wildfire have new protections as of Jan. 1. If their home survives a blaze, their property insurer must maintain their coverage for at least a year after the disaster. But that new law doesn’t help families reeling from the last fall’s Camp Fire.
Reporter: Pauline Bartolone