A new report from the American Civil Liberties Union alleges horrifying conditions in three Orange County emergency homeless shelters.
Guest: Eve Garrow
Educators in west Fresno County are moving closer to a possible strike. Mediated talks between the Central Unified Teachers Association and the district, that serves nearly 16,000 kids, broke down on Friday.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Today is the deadline for the Los Angeles Unified School District to prove its fiscal solvency -- that it can pay all its bills without going into debt. It's not clear if the nation's second largest school district can do it.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez
If you’ve walked into one of Apple’s flagship stores recently, you might have seen an event series called “Today at Apple." It’s marketed as a way for customers to learn from world class artists while they shop in the stores. But how Apple compensates them might surprise you.
Reporter: Nastia Voynovskaya
Californians from all faiths and backgrounds rallied around the California Muslim community this weekend after devastating attacks in two New Zealand mosques killed at least 50 people and left dozens injured.
Today marks one year since two Sacramento police officers shot and killed Stephon Clark in his grandmother's backyard. The killing of the unarmed 22-year-old black man sparked widespread protests, but no criminal charges were filed against the officers.
We’ve told you about David Josiah Lawson, a black, 19-year-old Humboldt State University student who was stabbed to death at an off campus party nearly two years ago. We also told you that the criminal grand jury announced last week that it will not indict anyone in the case. Lawson’s mother Charmaine was devastated by the news, but said she would keep fighting for justice.
Reporter: Natalya Estrada