After Weeks of Issues, Valero's Benicia Refinery is Temporarily Shutting Down

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After Weeks of Issues, Valero's Benicia Refinery is Temporarily Shutting Down

In the city of Benicia, about 30 miles north of San Francisco, an oil refinery run by Valero is being shut down. This comes after city officials warned residents with respiratory issues to stay inside on Sunday morning to prevent them from breathing in particulate matter coming from the plant.
Guest: Ted Goldberg

Arson Attack in Escondido

The Muslim community in San Diego County is on high alert after an arson attack on an Escondido mosque over the weekend. Graffiti at the scene referenced this month's deadly mosque attacks in New Zealand.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson

Rideshare Drivers Begin a One-Day Strike

Ride share drivers in Los Angeles are staging a one day strike today, saying that as Uber and Lyft have grown, the companies want more of the profits from each ride. It's gotten harder, drivers say, to actually make money behind the wheel and to cover expenses like gas and maintenance.
Reporter: Saul Gonzalez

Madera Teachers May Be the Next to Strike

About a half hour's drive from Fresno, representatives from Madera Unified School District face off today against the teacher’s union. We've got our eye on Madera Unified because teachers in this rural part of the state may be next to follow L.A. and Oakland -- and strike.
Reporter: Laura Tsutsui

Is the Remain in Mexico Program Legal? A San Francisco Judge Will Decide

A San Francisco federal judge is looking at whether the new Trump administration policy forcing hundreds of asylum seekers to remain in Mexico is legal.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero

Tijuana Named as Most Dangerous City in the World

Tijuana was declared the most violent city in the world this month by a Mexican public safety council, for the highest number of killings per capita. What's fueling the violence?
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks

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