California could be on the verge of getting fracked. The agency that manages vast stretches of federal land there is planning to open that land up to oil and gas development. Voters in some counties that would be impacted have rejected fracking. But with this move by the Trump administration, it turns out, their votes might not matter.
Reporter: Greta Mart
We're getting our first look at the hefty cost of this year's measles outbreak. Health advocates say containing and investigating cases of the disease, fueled in part by the anti-vaxxing trend, comes with a big price tag.
Reporter: Alyssa Jeong Perry
Six months after the Camp Fire many of the people who once called the town of Paradise home are trying to get the money they were promised by insurers. Claims total at least $8 billion -- more than any wildfire in the state. Getting insurance money can be hardest for the people who didn't lose their homes in the fire.
Reporter: Jeremy Siegel
The economic and slow political collapse thousands of miles away in Venezuela is top-of-mind for many of the nation's citizens who've fled to California.
Reporter: Benjamin Gottlieb
The California man accused of killing a woman at a Poway synagogue last month is expected to appear in court this week to face more than 100 federal charges, including obstruction of the free exercise of religion and hate crimes. Preventing the next hate crime isn’t an easy task.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow
A place called Helltown in Butte County was the site of the most destructive wildfire in California history six months ago. As the fire got closer, four friends did the unthinkable. Instead of running to safety, they turned around and went right back into it.
Reporter: Matt Fidler