California Today Full Broadcast (Sept. 13)

Someone from the biggest teachers union in California was apparently conducting a political investigation on a parents group, according to emails made public from a public records request.

Wildfires continue to burn in the state. We hear an update on how the fires are being controlled and a word from those who are fighting them.

While everyone seems to tout electric vehicles as the clean solution to transportation, making their batteries is a dirty matter. We look into the environmentally destructive process of lithium mining.

A court removed a ruling in favor of the Second Amendment and returned the case to a lower court. Critics say some states may be intentionally dragging out rulings on the case after the Supreme Court’s decision.

A competition was held in Southern California this weekend. It was big—literally: it was the U.S. Sumo Open.