Beekeepers Challenge Pesticide's Approval in Federal Court
Every spring, truckloads of bees come to California to pollinate crops -- but many of them are dying. On Tuesday, beekeepers square off against the Environmental Protection Agency before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals over a newly approved pesticide they say puts bees at risk.
Myriad of Problems Could Spell End of California's Group Home System
California is considering doing away with group homes that treat "emotionally disturbed youth" in the state's care. It's one of several reforms suggested in a report that the Department of Social Services delivered to state lawmakers earlier this year. ProPublica reporter Joaquin Sapien profiled one of these group homes, called Families First in Davis. What he found was troubling: allegations of sexual assault and neglect.