California Lawmakers Continue to Look for DACA Fix
Frustrated by inaction over immigration reform and addressing the plight of Dreamers -- young people brought to the U.S. illegally as children -- moderate House Republicans and Democrats tried to circumvent the leadership with a discharge petition that would have forced a vote on four immigration bills. But the maneuver failed this week.
Supervisor London Breed is the apparent winner of a tight election against former state Sen. Mark Leno in the San Francisco mayor's race. Leno conceded yesterday. Breed, who was raised in San Francisco public housing, will be the first black woman to lead the city. She served as acting mayor following the sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee last December, but was ousted by the Board of Supervisors weeks later.
Guest: Marisa Lagos
Northern California ICE Raids Considered Successful Despite Oakland Mayor's Warning, Emails Show
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf says new emails about an immigration raid this winter in the Bay Area could play an important role in any legal action the U.S. Justice Department might take against her.
We told you yesterday about the ballot measure going before voters in November that would split California into three states. But to find an example of success, the backers of Cal 3 need to look back 200 years.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati
Three New Orange County Homeless Shelter Sites Announced, Kind Of
City officials in Orange County met this week to tell federal Judge David O. Carter where they’ll locate three new homeless shelters.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
A sequence of extraordinary weather events last year has clouded Lake Tahoe's legendary clarity. A report released this week says 2017 was the lake's murkiest year ever recorded.
Reporter: Craig Miller
Big Sur’s Highway 1 will reopen sooner than expected. The road just south of Gorda was wiped out by a massive landslide in May of 2017.
Reporter: Krista Almanzan
Who Will Pay For The Damages From Northern California's Wildfires?
Now that Cal Fire investigators are starting to blame PG&E in a series of fires that swept through Northern California last fall, killing 44 people and destroying thousands of homes, a simmering battle is heating up over who should pay for the billions of dollars in damages caused by those fires.
Guest: Marisa Lagos