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Take Two captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about.

Take Two captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about.
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Take Two captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about.






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The Ride: Great Shakeout edition, cleaning up after fires, prepping for disaster in LA

How to drive a car, ride a motorcycle, and react on a train in the event of an earthquake, after fire cleanup health risks, how to prep for 'the big one' in LA.

Duration: 00:30:21

Covered California reacting to D.C., re-mapping the state's fire hazard zones, Dodgers making their way through the playoffs

Covered California factors in D.C. politics, Cal Fire explains 'fire hazard severity' designations, sports round-up with the Dodgers, Lakers and more.

Duration: 00:30:24

The fire insurance claims process, the state's labor laws on sexual harassment, crisis mixed messaging

How the insurance claims process will proceed for those displaced by NorCal wildfires, the difficulty with enforcing sexual harassment laws, responding to a crisis.

Duration: 00:47:28

Gov. Brown bill signing round-up, the status of the Nor Cal fires, will the Weinstein company sell?

Which bills were signed and which bills were vetoed? Checking in on the fires blazing up north, following sexual harassment reports, will the Weinstein company sell?

Duration: 00:47:57

Diane Feinstein's decision to run for another term, men's role in sexual harassment culture, the most effective air pollution masks

Not everyone's happy about Diane Feinstein's run for another term. How can men be an ally against sexual harassment? What air pollution mask is most effective?

Duration: 00:47:54

An update on NorCal fires, a new CA law about mandatory seat belts on buses, and 4 LA residents win MacArthur Grants

An update on NorCal fires, a new CA law about mandatory seat belts on buses, the constitutionality of NFL rules about standing and 2 LA residents win MacArthur Grants

Duration: 00:47:56

Fires rage in OC and Nor Cal, Gov. Brown signs drug transparency law, new music from Rapsody, Acetone and Dame D.O.L.L.A.

The latest on the wildfires in Anaheim Hills and multiple counties in NorCal, the new law drug companies say goes too far, Oliver Wang delivers a fresh Tuesday Reviewsday

Duration: 00:48:00

How SoCal's trauma centers prep for disaster, reactions to LA's first Indigenous People's Day, gun-control debate in the Christian community

Local hospitals strategize for worst-case-scenarios, LA celebrates Indigenous People's Day, pastors debate faith and gun control for Christians.

Duration: 00:47:57

A bill to ban bump stocks, Burbank's new e-sports arena, what to do in SoCal this weekend

Senator Feinstein's bill to ban bump stocks, Blizzard Entertainment's first permanent e-sports arena, millennial wedding trends, your weekend activity round-up.

Duration: 00:48:01

Measuring the success of gun control laws, DACA through the eyes of three different recipients

As the country looks to CA as a model for gun control, what's the measure of success? Checking in with three DACA recipients at the renewal deadline.

Duration: 00:47:58

What classifies as terrorism, how Measure HHH and Measure H monies will be disbursed

Law enforcement did not declare the Las Vegas shooting an act of terrorism - why not? The Measure H quarter-cent sales tax increase took effect October 1. We take a look at where the money will go.

Duration: 00:47:54

The Las Vegas aftermath, the future of concert security, remembering Tom Petty

On the ground check-in in Las Vegas, how do open space venues adjust for safety without losing their appeal? Tom Petty's Los Angeles legacy.

Duration: 00:47:53

The worst mass shooting in modern US history: checking in on the scene, how to handle hotel security now and more

Coverage of the latest news on the tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas, checking in on the scene, how hotel security may change following this event, and more.

Duration: 00:48:29

CA political round-up, efforts to ease the affordable housing crunch and national coffee day!

Moving up the CA primary and SCOTUS news, Governor Brown poised to sign housing package of bills, but how will it help? Celebrating everyone's favorite brewed drink.

Duration: 00:47:57

Trump tax tension in CA, Hefner's Hollywood sign legacy, the Chicano rights movement through the eyes of an old newspaper

What the president's new tax plan could mean for Californians, Hugh Hefner's unexpected legacy in LA, La Raza newspaper sheds light on the Chicano rights movement.

Duration: 00:46:29

Are standardized test scores making the grade? Protests in the athletic world, CIF on-field protest guidelines,

The latest standardized test scores are out, round-up of protests in the athletic world and how they've inspired CIF on-field protest guidelines.

Duration: 00:47:51

An update on the 91 fire, engineering Redwoods and Sequoias, the official dinosaur of California

The fire blazing along the border of Anaheim and Corona, sampling the DNA of Redwoods and Sequoias in an effort to save them, dinos and other random CA mascots.

Duration: 00:47:50

How the latest travel ban affects Southern California, LAUSD tests new Sex-Ed curriculum, earthquake anxieties in Aliso Canyon

SoCal immigrants communities and the new travel ban, LAUSD considers moving up Sex-Ed courses, how would the Aliso Canyon natural gas facility do in an earthquake?

Duration: 00:47:52

Aid to Mexico, rarely-seen corners of the U.S.-Mexico border, anticipating protests at the wall

Los Angeles efforts to help Mexico, a report takes us to the far reaches of the U.S.-Mexico border, how the law enforcement is anticipating protests at the wall.

Duration: 00:47:51

The devastation of the latest Mexican earthquake, Hep A outbreak in LA county, LA river water quality

On the ground reporters who were present during the 7.1 earthquake in Mexico city, more on LA County's Hep A outbreak, LA river's dismal water quality.

Duration: 00:47:54

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