Last Thursday, the city of Whittier made a bold move by purchasing the land and mineral rights of a local nature preserve. Whittier used $9.3 million in funds opened up to the city by the passage of Proposition 19, which stipulates that the land be used for conservation purposes. But now, the preserve may be a source of revenue if opened for development and drilling.
Who knew that football and social media go together like chips and dip at a Super Bowl party? Everyone knows that the Super Bowl scores big viewer ratings for TV networks, but this year the Baltimore Ravens’ victory over the San Francisco 49ers also ignited more posting on Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks than ever before.
Use-of-force experts give their analysis of the Chicago police shooting video and weigh in on the events leading up to its release; We discuss Monday's upcoming Paris climate talks and its economic benefits; L.A. Times Test Kitchen Director Noelle Carter drops by our studio to give listeners last-minute Thanksgiving dinner tips and TGI-Filmweek comes early!
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