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Authorities Unearth Drug Tunnel in San Diego; Secret $600M Mask Deal | NTD California Today - May 17
Follow California Today https://www.ntd.com/california-today After the church shooting in Orange County that killed one and injured five, residents responded to what motivated the killer. At the same time, the man who died in the incident is being hailed as a hero. A new drug-smuggling passage was discovered during a federal drug investigation. Authorities say it stretches from Mexico to San Diego. A lawsuit about hundreds of millions of dollars spent on masks during the early stages of the pandemic has brought the state controller to center stage. One expert on government transparency explains why. The FBI is probing a southern California mayor. They allege he is involved in corruption of the sale of a baseball stadium in the area, as well as evading taxes. The mayor of a neighboring city's nomination to become a U.S. ambassador is still in question. It comes after a report was released that he knew about inappropriate behavior of one staff member. And Google has a new campus in Silicon Valley. We'll take a look inside and out and what the tech giant designed for itself. 🎙️ California Today 05/17/2022 00:00 Introduction 00:58 Local Residents React to Church Shooting 02:25 Cop Killer Receives Min. Sentence, DA Rebukes 03:55 Authorities Unearth Drug Tunnel in San Diego 06:08 Secretive $600M Mask Deal Explained - 09:25 FBI Corruption Probe Into Anaheim Mayor 11:25 Garcetti’s Nomination Remains Uncertain 13:01 OC Power Authority Pre-Launch Operating Loss 15:26 First Look Inside Google’s Newest Campus 🏀 Sports 18:48 Southern California Native Takes On Indy 500 - Contact us: email@example.com - Follow us on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NTD.California.Today Twitter: https://twitter.com/Calif_Today_NTD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/california_today_/ ------------------------------------------------- © All Rights Reserved.