California Today Full Broadcast (Aug. 1)

A new fire sprung up in Northern California over the weekend, resulting in both deaths and evacuations. We hear from one of the residents who fled the McKinney Fire and the area.

On the other side of the state, heavy rains led to a mudslide that caught multiple cars along a freeway.

The twin ports in Los Angeles not only handle a high volume of cargo ships, but also cyberattacks, the executive director revealed last month.

California’s biggest pension fund posted its first loss—in the billions—since the financial crisis in 2008. 

A Southern California gas company is giving out free appliances to certain customers. While it may be kind of them to give away free products, they are making sure that the new appliances are energy efficient.

The second-largest lottery reward ever was found over the weekend. In the lead-up to the drawing, people lined up at what was said to be a lucky store to buy their tickets. The grand prize is well over $1 billion dollars.