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AirTalk for March 20, 2013

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U.S. Hispanic Population Grows 43 Percent In Last Decade
CVS is bucking the trend of offering incentives, and instead will penalize workers on the company’s health plan who don’t submit to health screenings.
US-CRIME-MANHUNT-COP KILLER-PRESSER

LAPD Roundup with Police Chief Charlie Beck

Police Chief Beck joins Larry to talk about pocket parks, Dorner, realignment and property crime, ankle bracelets and car chases.
Saint Mary's v Middle Tennessee

Beware the Ides of March! Madness invades the workplace

Depending on who you talk to, March Madness can be a boon or a bust for employers. A recent survey says that nearly a third of employees spend an average of 3 hours per work day watching games, but other reports cite a boost in employee morale that more than makes up for the loss.
Group Wedding Held On Valentine's Day In West Palm Beach, Florida

Who are the winners and losers of delayed marriage?

A recent report shows delaying marriage is a rising trend. College-educated women are reaping the financial benefits of delaying marriage and childbearing, but young women with less education are reversing the order of marriage and the baby carriage.
Closing Arguments Under Way In Corruption Trial Of Bell City Officials

Jury reaches verdict in Bell trial

The jury has reached a verdict in the Bell trial. Five out of six former elected officials in Bell were convicted of abusing public funds by giving themselves high salaries. Victor Bello, George Cole, Oscar Hernandez, Teresa Jacobo and George Mirabal were found guilty on various counts, but Luis Artiga was found not guilty on all counts.
"End Of The Rainbow" Broadway Opening Night - Arrivals & Curtain Call

Going over the rainbow with Tracie Bennett

Tonight, veteran English stage actress Tracie Bennett, goes on stage at the Ahmanson to enact the final years of the late, great Judy Garland’s life in “End of the Rainbow.”

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