California Today Full Broadcast (July 13)

The ongoing landslide in Los Angeles is tearing houses apart. As the ground continues to shift, residents are becoming increasingly worried about their homes.

Lawmakers exchanged strong words over a bill that would make human trafficking a serious felony. After stalling in committee, the bill is now moving forward again.

The Hollywood actors’ union voted for a strike Thursday after negotiations broke down the previous day. The union claims the proposed contract doesn’t match the industry’s new business model.

The Federal Aviation Administration has approved flight testing for another car company. The race is now on to create a flying car for people to one day buy and use.

Billions of dollars have been put into addressing the state’s homeless crisis. But even with record spending, the situation worsens.

Thursday is National French Fry Day. A local family-owned shop shares with NTD what makes this dish so iconic.

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