California Today Full Broadcast (March 10)

Santa Ana High School reported a possible bomb threat. Police arrived on the scene and the school went on lockdown.

A Southern California county denied ExxonMobil a chance to restart three offshore oil rigs. The decision came in favor of environmental concerns over soaring gas prices.

A construction worker was shocked by a gruesome discovery while working in Oakland, California. A mummified body was found in the walls of an old convention center.

The city of Irvine is combating corporate investors from buying up housing. The city council is working toward making housing more available to families.

California might soon be able to set its own emission limits again. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced it would reinstate a previous emissions waiver.