California Today Full Broadcast (July 5)

Fire season is underway, and the 4th of July may have contributed to some of the new blazes. We heard from one woman who had no fear of a fire in her area, and why she felt that way.

In a blow to the state’s trucking industry, the Supreme Court dismissed a state law regarding independent contractors. 

A legal expert commented on two laws that state superior courts struck down. They mandated that boards of directors meet diversity quotas.

A former UFC champion has sued a man who he alleges molested his son. This comes after the fighter was arrested for allegedly attempting to murder the man.

The city of Los Angeles has moved to ban homeless encampments in certain areas. They’ll no longer be allowed to be within a certain distance from schools.

A major environmental restoration project is underway. The state, along with environmental groups, is working to restore a tidal habitat.

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