California Today Full Broadcast (May 16)

New details came out about the church shooting in Orange County. The shooter is a native of China, and the shooting was politically motivated against Taiwanese parishioners.

Also in Southern California, the fire that burned down and damaged million-dollar mansions is now 80 percent percent contained.

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget blueprint came with a lot of new proposals. We’ll take a look at several of the new changes coming to the state.

A Southern California county voted to redefine the word “woman.” The change came after intense debate and a close vote.

People who were up late Sunday night may have caught a glimpse of the so-called “blood moon.” The moon took on a deep red shade due to a lunar eclipse.

Hundreds of people joined together in San Francisco to make “human calligraphy.” The group was celebrating the anniversary of a meditation practice being introduced to the world.

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