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A working nurse describes what she wants to protect health care workers against Ebola, a boom in Chinese investors in an LA suburb, Brad Pitt rules the box office, and a quest for the world's funniest human.
What does it take to run a big city school district, Latino politics, fun and almost-free weekend events and Ebola panic on the Friday Flashback.
On Thursday Take Two will discuss news that LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy is set to resign after iPad controversy and what that means to parents and the district, how responsible parents are for their children's gun actions, a Central California Indian casino remaining closed among a tribal battle, and the Wheel Thing looks at the Indian motorcycle.
The psychology behind Ebola fears, how doctors persuade reluctant parents to vaccinate and exploring the lives of undocumented immigrants through theatrical production and a lot more
On Take Two today we'll talk about the psychology behind the Ebola scare and find out how pediatricians talk to parents wary of vaccinating their kids. Plus we'll get the latest in sports news with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky and talk to California native Christen Press, who's a forward on the U.S. Women's Soccer team.
Bay Area faults, Vatican attitudes toward gays, Ebola in airports, 'Les Mis' in Hong Kong, Tuesday Reviewsday and more
On Tuesday Take Two will discuss Bay Area faults, a new Vatican document about attitudes towards gays and lesbians, if you can catch Ebola on a plane, a "Les Miserables" song becoming an anthem in Hong Kong, Tuesday Reviewsday and more.
Health contracts, Ebola cure, regulating sperm banks, On the Lot, drought wine and pumpkins, Indigenous People's Day, 'Meet the Mormons' and more
On Monday Take Two will discuss controversy in California health insurance contracts, crowd funding an Ebola cure, Edward Snowden at the Oscars, regulating sperm banks, Seattle celebrating Indigenous People's Day, the effect of drought on wine and pumpkins, a documentary called "Meet the Mormons" and more.