California Today Full Broadcast (July 25)

In an area near Yosemite National Park, a 17,000-acre fire grew rapidly over the weekend. The governor declared a state of emergency.

Various community leaders came together last week to discuss the dangers of drug injection sites. We’ll hear from them about the precedent, and what it means for the cities opening them.

Illegal immigrants who were bused to Washington are going to be taken to Miami. But for many of them, their journey into the country started in California. We’ll hear from Border Patrol about it.

Los Angeles County’s health director was seen maskless at a major public event last week. That wouldn’t be a big deal if she wasn’t suggesting mask mandates may return to the county before month’s end.

Apple is introducing a new feature for cars, called CarPlay. What’s supposed to bring convenience to drivers by connecting their phones to their vehicles is also causing a stir by requiring data collection.

Those dipping gas prices that drivers may have noticed aren’t a fluke; they’ve been trending downward for over a month now. But California is still leading the nation in high prices.

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