California eliminated its system for tracking harassment and discrimination complaints in 2012, amid budget cuts and government consolidation. That left leaders without answers in the Me-Too era.
Story by Scott Rodd.
(Photo: Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio)
The U.S. Government will pay more than $3.8 million to regain use of some landmark names at Yosemite National Park. The Ahwahnee and Wawona Hotels, Badger Pass Ski Area, and Curry Village among them.
Story by Randol White.
(Photo: A banner was removed Monday at Yosemite's Curry Village that had showed the temporary "Half Dome Village" name - National Park Service / Courtesy)