Record numbers of deportations and removals of undocumented immigrant parents have led to more than 5,000 children nationwide being placed in foster care. Most of these kids are American citizens, and more live in California than any other state. Reporter: Amy Isackson
Ever since the 1930s, when the Army Corps of Engineers built a massive flood-control channel to contain the Los Angeles River, its graffiti-scrawled concrete banks have served as a drainage ditch and as a backdrop for countless Hollywood chase scenes. It hasn't been used for recreation -- in fact, boating was prohibited until recently. Now environmentalists working to restore the river are leading kayak tours. Reporter: Chris Richard
End Music: "Up A Lazy River" performed by the Dixieland Jazz Band of the US Coast Guard Band, from the album "South"