Trump Administration to Challenge California Sanctuary Laws

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At issue are several laws passed in 2017 that extends protections for undocumented immigrants. That includes Senate Bill 54, which restricts local law enforcement agencies from sharing information with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Reporter: Julie Small

Counties Won't Press Charges Against PG&E for Series of October 2017 Fires

Four Northern California prosecutors say they will not move ahead with criminal charges against PG&E for several wildfires sparked by the utility's equipment.
Reporter: Dan Brekke

Central Valley Assemblymember Faces Child Cruelty Charges

Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula, a medical doctor, could face up to six months behind bars if convicted.
Reporter: Monica Velez

Can New Leadership Save the California GOP?

The new chair of the California Republican party doesn't resemble any past party leaders. Jessica Patterson is a woman, a millennial, and a Latina. And the party's hoping she's the person who can bring it back from the brink of extinction.
Reporter: Katie Orr

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