California Today Full Broadcast (March 23)

The three-day strike that closed Los Angeles public schools came to an end on Thursday. Parents reflected on the strikes, thanking a local nonprofit for providing meals to students who depend on school lunches.

Also in Los Angeles, locals spotted a rare tornado on Wednesday. Local media described it as a possible land-spout tornado.

Federal trial dates have been set for the man accused of attacking Paul Pelosi. Later this year, the suspect will have a hearing and jury trial.

Los Angeles city council members approved an ordinance to penalize people who steal catalytic converters. The move comes after the city and state reported a recent increase in converter thefts.

In San Francisco, the board of supervisors approved a new proposal to grant more police overtime funding to boost public safety.

A century-old refinery is going green. A new project will transform the plant from processing crude oil to creating renewable diesel.

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