California Today Full Broadcast (June 14)

A fire is growing in San Bernardino County, and officials have recently called on residents in one town to evacuate the area. The blaze is posing a challenge due to rough, mountainous terrain.

The western United States is suffering from what some are calling a “mega drought,” the worst in a millennium. We’ll hear from one farmer on what’s making it so difficult.

A former San Francisco official says he thinks residents are finally waking up to modern policy. He comments on the district attorney and school board recalls.

Another city in Los Angeles is offering free catalytic converter etchings. The goal is to make the pricey car parts less desirable to steal.

Southern California’s main power supplier talked about shutting off power for safety measures. 

An award-winning documentary is premiering in Hollywood Wednesday. We’ll get a sneak peek of what the film is all about.

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