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Gov. Brown announces legislation to provide migrants...08/22/14
California state officials and lawmakers have introduced a plan that would provide money for pro-bono legal assistance to recently arrived unaccompanied child migrants.
For California, Bank of America settlement might not be as good as it...
Bank of America reached the largest government settlement in American history Thursday, but for California, the deal might not be as good as it seems.
Who are the protesters getting arrested in Ferguson?
The violence at night in Ferguson, Mo., has calmed down for now. However, there have been more than 160 people arrested since the protests began. Police records offer a sense of who they are.
The racial disparity in Ferguson
Following the shooting of 18-year old Michael Brown by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, much has been made about racial disparity in the United States.
The Wheel Thing, KPCC's new segment on everything auto
Recently the Petersen Automotive Museum released plans for a dramatic new reboot. L.A. Register auto critic Susan Carpenter is here to give Take Two the big scoop.
St. Louis hip-hop station becomes an outlet for locals to speak about...
A St. Louis-area hip-hop station has broken format to become a place for people to voice their opinions about the protests in Ferguson.
Drought-stricken town struggles to keep the water flowing
As the drought continues, a growing number of cities and towns are taking increasingly dramatic steps to keep the taps flowing.
San Juan Capistrano residents challenge city's water pricing system
Some local water agencies have tweaked the rates they charge to encourage customers to save water. Not every customer is happy about it, however
Bill could improve Californians' access to health providers
Recent studies show the number of uninsured people in the state has reduced by half, but that doesn't mean consumers will have timely access to doctors.
South L.A. high school grads win Charles Dickens essay contest
Two young women from South Los Angeles have gained admittance into the ‘Dickens universe’ after writing two winning essays granting them an all-expense trip to a Charles Dickens’ themed conference.
How the government carries out hostage rescue missions
The Pentagon acknowledged that U.S. ground troops had attempted to rescue several American hostages, including James Foley, earlier this summer in Syria.
Ferguson crisis revives debate about residency requirements for police
What if most of the police officers serving in Ferguson, Missouri actually resided in the city of Ferguson?
State of Affairs: Gov. Jerry Brown agrees to debate, the Ezell Ford...
It's time for State of Affairs, our weekly roundup of politics in the Golden State with Southern California Public Radio's Alice Walton and Frank Stoltze.
Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria attract foreign recruits
Host A Martinez talks with the RAND Corporation's Colin Clarke about the foreign fighters joining the ranks of the jihadist group calling itself the Islamic State.
Street Art springs from 17th-century texts at Getty show in El Segundo
What do LA's top graffiti artists have in common with a rare, 17th-century text found in the Getty's rare book collection? As it turns out, plenty.
How to behave at the beach: an etiquette guide
Beach culture is a critical part of Southern California, not just during the scorching summers, but all year long.
Debating the environmental cost-benefit of bird deaths at a California...
A massive solar energy plant in the Mojave Desert touts massive environmental benefits, but now its environmental costs are causing concern.
Americans cured of Ebola as outbreak wages on in Africa
Two Americans who were flown to the U.S. after contracting Ebola on an aid mission in Africa have been sent home with a clean bill of health.
US won't rule out attack in Syria to hit Islamic State
American aircraft have carried out more strikes against the Islamic State, after the extremist group beheaded U.S. journalist James Foley. The attacks come despite threats to kill other hostages.
Typewriters, underwater hotels and picture phones: The future, as seen...
The 1964 World's Fair showcased jet packs and other miracles of science. Here's how people back then thought the future would look (and how it actually turned out).
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