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The latest news stories from 89.3 KPCC, Southern California Public Radio.

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White House doctor says Trump is in 'excellent' physical, cognitive health

1/17/2018
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Dr. Ronny Jackson said the president could benefit from losing between 10 and 15 pounds over the coming year as well as beginning an exercise regimen.

Duration: 00:03:23


Meet the Filipina-American rapper making music about bi-culturalism and empowerment

1/17/2018
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Ruby Ibarra uses hip-hop to speak about her experiences as a first-generation Filipino-American immigrant and woman.

Duration: 00:06:14


Damon Cardasis' 'Saturday Church' explores religion, identity politics and 'ball culture'

1/17/2018
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In his directorial debut, the filmmaker juxtaposes Christianity and LGBTQ counter cultures in a teen's coming-of-age story.

Duration: 00:10:59


Montecito students will return to classes at a zoo, a college and a museum

1/16/2018
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The Santa Barbara Zoo, MOXI museum and Santa Barbara City College will all temporarily host classes for the students of Montecito.

Duration: 00:08:31


How would California handle a statewide false emergency alert?

1/16/2018
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The repercussions of Hawaii's huge Emergency Alert mistake are still being felt — here's how California's system differs.

Duration: 00:07:32


New music from I'm With Her, Bonsai Universe and Starcrawler

1/16/2018
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Music journalist Steve Hochman offers his take on new music from three unique bands.

Duration: 00:08:52


A photographer's odyssey to document streets named after Martin Luther King, Jr.

1/16/2018
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Susan Berger spent a year taking photos of 33 streets named after the civil rights icon in 17 states and the District of Columbia, There are an estimated 900 such streets in the U.S.

Duration: 00:00:51


After Trump tweets "DACA is probably dead," what's next?

1/15/2018
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Almost 700, 000 people are currently enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, according to Pew Research, and more than 200, 000 of them are living in California.

Duration: 00:05:08


Why these art collectors in Orange County are focusing on artists of color

1/15/2018
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Gianna and Dee Kerrison collect the work of African Americans and other artists of color that tell a story.

Duration: 00:06:10


How LA's MLK Boulevard got its name because of another King

1/15/2018
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It was once named Santa Barbara Ave. But Celes King III saw an opportunity to rename it ahead of the 1984 Summer Olympics.

Duration: 00:05:04


Pastor preaches message of hope to disaster-weary neighbors in Montecito

1/15/2018
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It's hard to make sense of any tragedy — especially the deadly mudslide in Montecito. But this weekend, that task fell to a handful of local faith leaders.

Duration: 00:06:32


4 things you need to know about flu medication

1/15/2018
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As the deaths toll from this year’s flu rises and pharmacies are taxed, here are a flu things you may want to know about the medication.

Duration: 00:00:51


National Guard soldier ferried Montecito mud survivors to safety

1/15/2018
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Some trucks and drivers were positioned in advance of the storm and were reaching victims within an hour of the mudslide.

Duration: 00:00:47


California governor's forum gets contentious

1/14/2018
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The six candidates came out swinging at their first town hall. They weren't the only ones. A vocal crowd cheered and booed.

Duration: 00:00:56


Behind the genius of Guinness, Ireland's fizziest tourist attraction

1/14/2018
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The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is an homage to world's best-known stout.

Duration: 00:02:41


CIA calendar art offers a glimpse into the world of spies

1/13/2018
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Oil paintings on display at CIA headquarters — and therefore invisible to the public — depict declassified missions. But now you can see them in wall calendars.

Duration: 00:03:54


Recalling Johnny Cash’s unlikely collaboration with a Folsom Prison inmate

1/13/2018
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On Jan. 13, 1968, Johnny Cash recorded the landmark album that included a song written by inmate Glen Sherley. The relationship proved to be fateful for both men.

Duration: 00:06:10


Prison guard suicides exceed national average

1/12/2018
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Prison guards are committing suicide at a rate that far exceeds the national average. In 2012 alone, 13 guards took their own lives, and prison officials have partnered with researchers from UC-Berkeley to figure out why.

Why have more people died in the mudslides than in the Thomas Fire?

1/12/2018
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Two people died in the largest wildfire state history. The mudslides have killed far more. How come? Experts say it's a combination of perceived threat and 'disaster burnout.'

What Trump’s reported sh*thole comment tells us about WH politics, shifting immigration policy and the state of the media

1/12/2018
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Decoding Trump’s reported use of a vulgarity in describing countries including Haiti and El Salvador.
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