California Today Full Broadcast (June 15)

Community leaders in a Southern California city held a memorial after two police officers were killed in the line of duty Tuesday. NTD heard from officials mourning the loss, as well as details on the case.

Lawmakers are rushing legislation to write abortion into the state constitution. By comparison, such changes usually take two years.

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

While California usually leads the nation, and sometimes world, it did the exact opposite in this case. A new ranking put the state’s ports as the least efficient on the planet.

An effort is underway to clean out and clean up a Los Angeles park that previously had over 60 tents. One resident in the area is happy to see them go after the experiences she had.

A new fire department opened in San Jose. But it’s not just any old building; it’s using Silicon Valley style to be high tech and high efficiency.

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