Over the past five years, a psychiatric hospital in Nevada has put more than 1500 mentally ill patients on Greyhound buses and sent them to cities across the country. About a third of those patients have wound up here in California, many with no one to take care of them once they arrive .
It's been more than seven years since anyone was executed in California, but today in Northern California, an appeals court will hear arguments from the state about the death penalty. At issue is California's method of execution.
Investigators are still trying to figure out what happened that night, and yesterday, Audrie's parents revealed new details to the press. Julia Produs Sulek has been following this case for the San Jose Mercury News, she joins the show with more.