California Today Full Broadcast (June 22)

A nonprofit organization is helping the families of the two officers killed in El Monte last week. At the same time, one of the officers was posthumously honored with a promotion.

Los Angeles is slowly rolling out jabs for children under 5. This comes after the governor ordered hundreds of thousands of doses after federal approval.

Evacuation orders in San Mateo have been lifted as firefighters get a blaze under control.

Extreme weather has visited the state recently. The Southern California coast saw a thunderstorm in the early hours of Wednesday that added slight relief to the scorching heat wave that rolled through the state.

Speaking of heat, the housing market is finally showing signs of wanting to cool down. But it’s only a start, as the Fed signals that investment rates may continue going up.

One city is not happy with water restrictions enacted for the state. They say they prepared for drought with their own investment, something the rest of the state hasn’t properly kept up with.