London Breed's Tough Love
London Breed, the new president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, is taking a tough stance on crime and violence in San Francisco. She made waves earlier this week when she told parents to turn in their kids if they're involved in violence. This comes after four men were shot earlier this month in Hayes Valley, part of the district she represents and grew up in. Breed talks to Scott Shafer about her vision for keeping San Franciscans safe.
Measles Outbreak Continues
As the number of measles cases from the outbreak that started in December at Disneyland continues to grow, so does the debate about parents opting out of vaccinating their children. Experts weigh in on the outbreak and what needs to be done to keep this airborne, highly infectious disease from spreading farther.
• Lisa Aliferis, KQED's State of Health Blog
• Dr. Arthur Reingold, UC Berkeley School of Public Health
As Measles Outbreak Spreads, Concerns About Undervaccination Rise
Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye Interview
From gay marriage to immigration law, the decisions of the state Supreme Court affect all Californians. In recent years, the court system has faced deep budget cuts that led to layoffs and courthouse closures. Now the court itself is under fire for misspending. Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye speaks to Scott Shafer about the state of the court and its impact.