California Today Full Broadcast (April 28)

A woman running for the state’s attorney general seat says there is a big problem with how prisoners are handled. She spoke against an early release program that can reduce some sentences by two-thirds in length.

A recent report said the state’s energy-saving programs often don’t result in less energy consumption. 

A city in Los Angeles held its seventh free catalytic converter engraving program. The program comes with the rampant theft of the expensive car part, and ahead of a state bill that offers similar services.

After the southern half of the state mandated limited residential water use, one county refused. 

A bill targetting mentally ill and drug-addicted homeless people is advancing through the legislature despite concerns. Lawmakers say the bill will address the state’s homeless crisis.

An exhibit showcasing the life and philosophy of Bruce Lee opens at a museum in the martial artist’s hometown of San Francisco.