California Today Full Broadcast (April 13)

San Francisco police on April 13 arrested a man suspected of killing tech executive Bob Lee, and city officials confirmed that the two men knew each other.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) is still missing in Action, and Chuck Schumer now agrees to temporarily replace her on the Senate Judiciary Committee. NTD spoke with the founder of a political action committee to discuss the senator’s absence.

A state senate bill tackling fentanyl use among youth groups continues to advance through the legislature. The bill is named after a high schooler who lost her life to a suspected fentanyl overdose.

The LA school district just finalized a new labor agreement with union leaders. Now, its Board of Education must vote to approve the contract before it can take effect.

A Northern California county is converting its wastewater monitoring program used for tracking the coronavirus to testing for opioids. County officials say the program will assist in local drug prevention and intervention efforts.

A Southern California city is welcoming the return of its annual Cherry Blossom Festival. The event is expected to draw thousands of visitors this weekend.

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