Protestors have been gathering in the city of Murrieta, southeast of Los Angeles
They're upset with the federal government's diversion of undocumented immigrants for processing there and they appear to have stopped the program for now. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement had been sending about 300 immigrants a week to Murrieta, to relieve pressure on border stations in the wake of a recent surge.
While it's not clear what happens next, the pause provides some relief for locals who've been helping the area absorb the influx. The California Report's Steven Cuevas has more.