California Today Full Broadcast (March 29)

California could be spending billions of dollars more than it initially planned for reparations. The new estimate would set the state back about $800 billion.

Lawmakers voted down a bill that seeks to prosecute fentanyl drug dealers and allows prosecutors to charge them with murder in certain cases.

A man accused of shooting and killing his boss back in 2018 has recently pleaded guilty, and now is charged with his crimes to face a 21-year prison sentence.

People who enjoy fishing for salmon may be out of luck this year. A group that manages fisheries on the West Coast has issued a ban on fishing for king salmon.

An LAPD police officer shares what it’s like working on Skid Row. He says the street is known for encampments and open drug use.

The San Diego Zoo celebrated the birth of two snow leopard cubs, which are Amur leopards, one of the most endangered species in the world.