California Today Full Broadcast (Aug. 5)

A chain-reaction car crash led to a fiery explosion and multiple deaths.

California’s governor is looking to keep Hollywood production in the state. He made an announcement this week that film production has to make a choice on whether to film in pro-life states or work in California with tax breaks.

Several things have been happening in the state’s largest school district: strict COVID-19 testing has been scaled back, but there are also up to 20,000 students simply missing from registration.

A nearly 100-year-old hospital in Los Angeles may be getting some new life in it. While most of the top floor sits abandoned, the county board is looking to turn it into affordable housing.

San Bernardino is looking to continue one of Elon Musk’s former projects. After he stopped pursuing the idea with his Boring Company, the county is looking to make a tunnel from a metro station to its growing airport.

Rent may be increasing for many in the state as a law came into effect at the beginning of this month allowing renters to raise prices. The governor signed it into law several years ago.