California Today Full Broadcast (Aug. 3)

The Los Angeles Board of Supervisors passed an ordinance that would give them the power to remove other elected officials. Now it’s up to voters to approve or deny the measure on the November ballot.

The large furniture rental company Rent-A-Center is set to pay millions back to California consumers. The state’s attorney general said the company allegedly overcharged for its leases.

The McKinney Fire continues to burn and grow in Northern California. The death toll has increased to four.

Paul Pelosi was arranged early Wednesday morning for DUI charges. He pleaded not guilty.

San Francisco allowed non-U.S. citizens to vote in certain elections for a period of time. But not anymore. A judge recently overturned the law, so only American citizens will once again be voting in the Bay Area city.

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