California Today Full Broadcast (April 11)

California is stocking up on abortion pills. The state insists on keeping its abortion sanctuary status as a judge tries to restrict access to the drug.

Whole Foods closed its downtown San Francisco store on April 10 due to safety concerns. This comes as the city’s rise in crime and the recent murder of a high-profile tech executive highlight a growing need for improving public safety.

A newly elected Democrat has just been removed from her committee assignment for voting against the Governor’s new law aimed at punishing oil companies. She was the only Democrat to cast a “No” vote.

More disagreements are happening between LA’s school district and the local teacher’s union. The district plans to shorten winter break, but the union is demanding that the district rescind its plans.

Thousands of blue, oval-like creatures are washing up on beaches. Experts say they do sting, but they’re not as poisonous as their jellyfish cousins.

And beekeepers are working hard to keep their bees alive following this season’s series of storms. One Central Valley farmer says the future looks hopeful and sweet.

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