California Today Full Broadcast (May 11)

A Los Angeles County prosecutor is now seeking $1.3 million in attorney fees. This comes after she was awarded $1.5 million in a retaliation lawsuit against District Attorney George Gascon in March.

Members of United Teachers Los Angeles overwhelmingly approved a new contract with L.A. Unified. It will raise the average teacher salary to $106,000, a 21 percent wage increase over three years.

As Title 42 is set to expire at midnight Thursday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection face not only a looming migrant crisis, but also the daunting task to inspect billions of imported flower stems for the upcoming Mother’s Day.

California has been known for its renowned cannabis production. But now, the cannabis industry is in a free fall and farmers are bracing for the impact.

A former state senator shares some insights with California Insider on why some laws that don’t seemingly make sense get passed in the state legislature.

We will take a look at a new renewable energy trend that has been popular in Asia, and it is now catching on in the United States.

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