A surge of migrant arrivals in Arizona forces new changes along the U.S.-Mexico border. Plans are taking shape to shut down one crossing. Neighboring communities worry this will compromise safety. Plus, a man suspected in a hit-and-run crash that killed two state troopers showed up in court.
A hit-and-run crash kills two Nevada State troopers in Las Vegas. How quick work by investigators led to an arrest in the case. Plus a touching moment between strangers caught on camera that may have helped save the life of someone in emotional distress.
A surge of migrants at a busy border crossing is interfering with some of the work for customs and border protection agents.
Pedestrian bridges across the Las Vegas Strip have changed how visitors get around and turned into tourist spots. Some lawmakers see this as a problem. We'll look at the effort to keep people moving. Also, what authorities in Arizona say has been detected in a product called 'Grim Reefer'.
There are picket lines at two West Coast airports in the lead-up to Thanksgiving. Concession workers are on strike and we check in to see how it's affecting holiday travel. Also a dog in Arizona is recovering after being shot in the face. We hear from the dog's owner, who said it was the neighbor who pulled the trigger.
Tonight on West Coast Wrap: we'll take you live to Las Vegas where Formula One racing events have gotten off to a rough start after a car was damaged during a practice lap. We'll also have the latest on efforts to get racing back in gear for the tens of thousands of visitors who've come to town.
Tonight on West Coast Wrap: Formula One racing events begin in Las Vegas. We'll hear from race car drivers who already have complaints about Las Vegas hosting the event. We'll also show you how an Arizona mom hopes to inspire her son who's losing his vision.
Frightening moments caught on camera as a ferry boat sinks off the coast of the Bahamas. We have learned a woman from Colorado was killed as the boat went down. We learn more on what went wrong, causing passengers to jump overboard.
A Republican congressman says a GOP colleague is a bully. Former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy responds to accusations he elbowed someone on Capitol Hill. Also, forget long lines at EV charging stations. The people behind a West Coast startup say they can get EV drivers moving when batteries die. See how they're coming to the rescue of drivers who need a charge.
President Joe Biden held a fundraiser in San Francisco on Tuesday, coinciding with his arrival for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. In response, as many as one thousand protesters filled city streets urging the president to back a ceasefire in Gaza.
A teenager is in critical condition in Washington following a shooting at a house party that wounded five other young people. We hear what police and neighbors are saying. Also, a bizarre break in in Portland where a thief made off with thousands of dollars in vintage items along with a number of Christmas trees.
More details are emerging about the deal reached between Hollywood actors and major studios to end the nearly four-month long strike. The union's leader said they held strong. Also a former Arizona senator says she was attacked while running but was able to fend off the suspect.
SAG/AFTRA announces a tentative agreement with the AMPTP, ending the longest actor strike in Hollywood history. SCE has warned customers in Southern California that some may face power outages as the company may be forced to turn off power in some areas due to high winds. Extraordinary security measures are now in place for next weeks' APEC summit to be hosted in San Francisco.
There is growing concern about threats and clashes connected to the war in the Middle East. A Southern California community mourns the death of one man who died after an altercation during dueling protests. Plus, some environmentalists believe grizzly bears are key to restoring part of the Pacific Northwest's ecosystem. But plans to bring them back is bringing stiff opposition.
Two verdicts are in from important trials; one where a police officer was acquitted in the death of a Colorado man. The other holds a boat captain accountable for the deaths of 34 people. A legal analyst joins us on today's decisions.
Newly-released video from Washington shows a speeding Porsche losing control in a crash that killed the passenger inside. Investigators say the driver is on the run and has likely left the country. Police believe it will be difficult to bring her back to face charges.
More than 25 years after the killing of rapper Tupac Shakur, a suspect finally answers to charges in court. We'll see what happened inside the Las Vegas courtroom and we hear from TMZ on what it means for a public defender being assigned the case. Also, a West Coast mayor goes to the White House for help as he works to manage an influx of migrants in his city.
Striking actors are making a strong showing on the picket lines. An industry expert tells us why this is a pivotal time in contract negotiations to end this month's work stoppage. Also, see how hundreds of asylum seekers are turning to a church community in Washington for help.
Residents who say they live in a forgotten Las Vegas valley community are now seeing relief. Plus, a 92-year-old hiker is trying to set a new record at the Grand Canyon.
Drivers witness a car being ransacked on a busy L.A. freeway. We hear from the man who captured the crime on camera. Also, a closer look at the criminal trial that started this week over the deadliest maritime disaster in U.S. history.