California Today Full Broadcast (May 9)

May 9 is National Fentanyl Awareness Day. State lawmakers are introducing legislation to address the opioid epidemic.

Law enforcement officials on May 9 announced a dozen new federal cases targeting fentanyl dealers, with one of the cases charging a dealer who distributed fentanyl to teenage girls.

We have an update on the Hollywood writer’s strike and the Oakland teacher’s strike.

Family members of the two fallen police officers are now suing the LA District Attorney George Gascon for mishandling the convicted felon who shot and killed the officers on duty a year ago.

Hollywood actor Scott Baio is the latest celebrity to say goodbye to the Golden State. The “Happy Days” actor and longtime resident of Los Angeles of 40 years says California is “not a safe place anymore.”

Cheer up for the Golden State Warriors with a unique dancing team—the cheerleading group made of its members aged at least 55.

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