California Today Full Broadcast (Aug. 16)

A string of robberies hit Southern California again. Local shoppers feel unsafe as thefts increase in the area.

Federal workers in San Francisco are being asked to work remotely. Employees reportedly received memos citing unsafe conditions on the streets surrounding the office building.

Another Walgreens store shuts its doors in the Bay Area. The chain cited theft and changes in people’s buying habits.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is suing Google and YouTube over censorship. Lawyers for Kennedy claim the censorship is because he’s vying for the presidential seat.

Evacuations were in place as a fire erupted along the California-Oregon border. The Golden State is also sending support teams to help Oregon and Hawaii.

A California bill would require electric vehicles to be able to send power back to the energy grid. Would it be enough to stave off a blackout? That’s what the state’s largest utility is hoping for.

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