California Today Full Broadcast (July 8)

San Francisco has a new district attorney. The mayor appointed a new city prosecutor to replace the recently recalled Chesa Boudin.

In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on concealed carry weapons, California is drafting new, stricter legislation. It could make carrying a firearm in the state—concealed or not—even more difficult.

The head of one state water district says that the state’s water crisis is wholly man-made. She says that mismanagement has led to enough water to sustain tens of millions of Californians has simply run off into the Pacific Ocean.

Fire is threatening a state symbol in Yosemite. Crews are working to protect the national park’s giant sequoias. 

The technology that keeps autonomous cars on the road is now working to help the blind and visually impaired. The technology can assist them in navigating through crowds and directs them around any obstacles in their way.

Colorful flutters fill the air of a pavilion in southern California. The seasonal exhibit is back this year with new and rare butterflies.

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