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Gallup poll, El Niño car tips, the coffee business10/09/15
Gallup won't be releasing pre-presidential race polls, tips to prepare your car for El Niño, a look at the state of the coffee business.
Early release, 'Lost Canyon,' the Styled Side
About 6,000 drug offenders will be released from prison, an exploration of race and nature in 'Lost Canyon,' the latest in fashion with Michelle Dalton Tyree.
CA's End of Life bill, Helicopter parents and college,...
How California's End of Life bill works, when students with helicopter parents head to college, a check-in with a Valley Fire evacuee.
Student debt, On the Lot, Mike Bonin's superhero collection
How the impacts of college debt trickle down generations, the latest news in Hollywood, LA City Councilman Mike Bonin's love of superheroes.
Oregon shooting, 20 years after OJ, 'Addicted to Fresno'
The latest updates on the shooting at an Oregon community college, a look back at the O.J. Simpson trial, Natasha Lyonne talks 'Addicted to Fresno.'
Policing strategy, Ellen Page, Clifton's preview
Preventing shootings related to gang activity, Ellen Page on her role in 'Freeheld,' a sneak preview at the reopening of Clifton's.
Minimum wage, Impatient, 'Freeheld,'
The latest on minimum wage, pricing on generic drugs, screenwriter Ron Nyswaner talks new movie, 'Freeheld.'
Credit card chips, letting kids fail, Kevin McCarthy
All new credit and debit cards will get microchips, how letting kids fail can be a positive thing, Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield announces his bid for House speaker.
Growing Asian population, GOP outlook, 'Brave Heart'...
The impacts of the growing Asian population in the US, young conservatives look at where the GOP is headed, 'Brave Heart' documentary.
LGBT history, Natalia Lafourcade, Orange County wolf-dog
'Stonewall' and portrayals of LGBT history, Mexican indie star Natalia Lafourcade's latest album, a part husky, part wolf that could be euthanized.
Long Beach mayor talks pope, Black Panthers documentary,...
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia talks about the pope's US visit, a new documentary on the Black Panthers, the science of binge watching.
Saving water amid El Niño, the new 'Muppets,' blacks and...
Conservation efforts during possible El Niño, writing comedy for young and adult audiences, Pope Francis' visit through the eyes of African Americans.
VW emissions, Tuesday Reviewsday, helping kids with...
VW admits rigging vehicles for emissions tests, this week's new music picks, the struggles of helping children with homework.
Protecting the Pope, NorCal fire animal rescues, Erica Jong
What it takes to protect the Pope, a group is rescuing animals in the Valley and Butte fires, Erica Jong talks about her latest book.
Incarceration and black America, Latinos and Vietnam,...
The effects of mass incarceration, new documentary looks at Latinos' role in Vietnam, a lookahead to possible winners at this Sunday's Emmys.
Chile earthquake, GOP debate recap, Disneyland Dapper Day
How Chile has prepared for large earthquakes, analysis of the GOP debate, what is Disneyland's Dapper Day?
Republican debate, refugee placement, LA and Fashion Week
The key issues for Wednesday's Republican debate, what happens to refugees when they arrive in a new place? LA's often ignored Fashion Week.
Campus sex assault, California's farming future, General...
How college campuses handle sexual assault cases, the impact of the drought on California's farmers, saving NorCal's General Grant tree.
Valley Fire, 'Meet the Patels,' Syrian rapper on refugee...
The latest on the Valley Fire, new documentary about finding love as an Indian American in LA, Syrian rapper gives local perspective on refugee crisis.
Common Core test results, gas prices, El Nino business
The challenges of the new Common Core approach, why gas prices in California are still bad, some businesses are booming ahead of El Nino.
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