Investigating the Use of Lethal Force by Police
This week, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill banning the use of criminal grand juries in investigations involving the use of lethal force by police. We talk to retired Superior Court Judge LaDoris Cordell about the limitations of the grand jury system.
It's been two months since the state imposed new rules limiting water use. We hear from State Water Resources Control Board Chair Felicia Marcus about whether Californians are complying with those rules.
California's propensity for fires, floods, droughts, and earthquakes tests the limits of insurance coverage. Nancy Kincaid from the State Department of Insurance talks about what Californians can do to prepare before disaster strikes.
Artist David Maisel
Natural disasters have certainly changed California's landscape, but so too has human intervention. Artist David Maisel has been documenting those changes using aerial photography. KQED Arts Producer Lori Halloran traveled with Maisel as he photographed a once abundant water source.