Michael Brown Sr. Speaks in San Francisco After Weekend Protests
Thousands of people in California continued to protest police killings of African-American men over the weekend, weeks after the decision of a grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri not to indict a white police officer who shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown. The 18-year-old's father, Michael Brown Sr., spoke to a packed house Sunday night at the Third Baptist Church in San Francisco, just a day after thousands of people marched in San Francisco and Oakland.
DMV Gears Up for Wave of Undocumented Driver's License Applicants
Next month, California will launch the nation's biggest driver's licensing program for immigrants without legal status. That means the Department of Motor Vehicles has just a few more weeks to train a legion of new hires.
At San Diego State, a Push to Get Young 'Invincibles' to Buy Health Insurance
Encouraging healthy young adults to buy health insurance is essential to the success of the Affordable Care Act. That's why Covered California, the state's health insurance exchange, is heavily involved in social media. It's also funding outreach campaigns on college campuses. A variety of efforts are aimed at spreading the word at San Diego State.