1. The Sacramento County District Attorney Thien Ho says his office is planning to announce the next steps in their plan to hold City Officials accountable for the booming homeless encampments along city streets. This is the 30-day follow-up for his promise to pursue legal action if the city does not clean up what his office calls "a public nuisance". Click here to watch.
2. A series of moderate earthquakes rattled the west side of California's Central Valley Monday night. The first struck at around 5:15 p.m. near Westley in Stanislaus County measuring 4.0, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Another 3.6 quake hit at 8:45 p.m. followed by a shaker measuring 4.4 which struck the same area at 9:15 p.m. Click here to read more.
3. A federal judge is temporarily blocking an online child protection law in California. The judge is ruling that the law is too vague and that it probably violates the Constitution under the First Amendment. Click here to read more.
4. Ongoing refinery problems are being blamed for gas prices eclipsing the $6 per gallon mark in much of California. Four refineries have had unexpected outages recently and that has disrupted the supply of gasoline. Click here to read more.