San Francisco announced that it's looking to open two SDI's by August, but how do these facilities operate and what is their impact on the health of drug users? We also check in on how Hawaii is coping with the new fissure eruption in Kilauea; dive into the chaos of tomorrow's royal wedding; and more. See full episode >
Freeways may have made SoCal easier to traverse for humans, but they’ve also created isolated ecological zones, and subsequently isolated wildlife genetic pools, which has especially affected our small mountain lion population.
With incumbent Sheriff Sandra Hutchens retiring after her current term ends, the race is on for who will be next to hold the position of top cop at the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, the fifth-largest sheriff’s department in the country with 3,800 sworn and civilian employees.
The Trump administration tried to convince a U.S. appeals court Tuesday that it was justified in ending an Obama-era immigration policy that shielded hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.
California is losing population to domestic migration, people relocating to this state have significantly higher incomes than those leaving it, according to reports. We also meet the candidates for Orange County Sheriff; discuss five propositions in the November ballot; and more.