California Today Full Broadcast (May 12)

A large wildfire burned through multi-million-dollar mansions in Southern California Wednesday. Firefighters are continuing ot fight the blaze.

Not just with this recent blaze, but with fire seasons quickly approaching, a new aircraft was introduced to the public to combat fires. It is equipped with advanced camera technology to assist firefighters from the air.

Los Angeles Unified School District pushed back its COVID-19 vaccine mandate once again. The change is in response to parent advocacy group lawsuits.

Police made two large crime busts in the Bay Area. One recovered around $700,000 of merchandise stolen from retail stores. The other recovered 15 pounds of fentanyl at a high school.

A Silicon Valley transportation agency takes down one of its work buildings, one year after an employee killed coworkers in the very same building.

A California court struck down a recent ban on people under 21 buying rifles. Advocacy groups said it violated Second Amendment rights.