San Diego Officials Call for US-Mexico Border Reopening
San Diego Officials Plead With Federal Government to Open Border
Citing improving vaccination rates and lower COVID-19 numbers, leaders in San Diego are asking the federal government to reopen the US-Mexico border to non-essential travel.
California Bill Takes Aim at Conservatorship Laws
Britney Spears drew the worldâs attention this week when she finally spoke out in a Southern California court against the conservatorship sheâs been living under for more than a decade.Â A bill making its way through Sacramento seeks to give people like Spears more control over their cases.Â Reporter: Katie Orr, KQED
Logging Controversy Heats Up in Mendocino County
CalFire has just paused logging on a section of Jackson Demonstration State Forest, right along the Mendocino County coast.Â Members of the local community spoke out about the projectGuest: Alicia Bales, KZYXÂ
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