Church sexual abuse survivors voiced their support for SB 360 on April 2, 2019. The bill would require priests to report confessions of abuse from other priests, forcing a choice of state law over canon law.
Members of the Rotary Club of San Luis Obispo de Tolosa planted a grove of oak trees as a living tribute to longtime Rotary member, Barry Karleskint. His widow, Brenda Karleskint, said she knows he would appreciate it.
A bear plays hide-and-seek with a Placer County Sheriff's deputy, who caught him on video at the Tahoe City Shell Station. As cute as the encounter was, the sheriff's office advises people to not engage Lake Tahoe bears. They have wild instincts.
Former UC Davis marching band member Christina Peña describes the culture of the band in April 2019. As a member of the California Aggie band, Peña received the “Hymnal” – a booklet of explicit songs that glorify sexual harassment and drinking.
WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT. The California Aggie Marching Band’s “hymnal” has been shared among UC Davis students in email threads going back nearly a decade. The document is filled with raunchy songs and crude illustrations of genitalia.
Chico Mayor Randall Stone discusses the housing issues his city faces in early May, 2019, as it copes with an influx of people displaced by the Camp Fire in Paradise. Drone footage shows a large cluster of mobile homes on a vacant lot in the city.