AirTalk for October 10, 2012

The Supreme Court Hears Hears Affirmative Action Case Regarding Admissions To Texas University
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments this morning on whether colleges and universities can continue to favor minority candidates in admissions policies.
US-FINANCE-ECONOMY-MOODY'S
Moody’s credit agency has been on a worldwide tear – downgrading banks, global investment firms and even entire countries.
Activists Rally Against Fracking Outside California EPA Office
The oil extraction method known as fracking would not damage the environment if implemented at the Inglewood Oil Field near Baldwin Hills.
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KPCC's political reporter Frank Stoltze has been at Philippe’s restaurant in downtown Los Angeles all morning talking with a variety of voters about the upcoming election.

The public battles over San Onofre’s future

Last night, hundreds of people gathered at a U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) forum regarding the future of the San Onofre plant.
Fire Burns Over 600 Acres In Los Angeles Griffith Park
As sightings in SoCal increase, animal-control officials are trying to help educate the public about what to do if they see a coyote.
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USADA finds Armstrong was kingpin of doping ring

The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency claims they have evidence showing Lance Armstrong was central figure in a widespread doping ring.
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