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Today on the show, Lucy Jones warns about the impact of a large earthquake could have on Los Angeles. Then, U.S. and British spy agencies have been infiltrating online games like World of Warcraft. In her new book, "In Meat We Trust," author Maureen Ogle takes a look at how the US meat industry shaped our identity, plus much more.
We go behind the scenes and behind the mic with voiceover artist Ben Patrick Johnson and then find out about the thousands of letters written by service members and veterans that arrived today at Chapman University. That and a whole lot more.
Today on the show we talk about Twitter's IPO and whether it can evolve to rival Facebook's success. Then, a new report finds that as San Francisco home prices surge, so do evictions. Hollywood's Cinerama Dome turns 50, a recent mountain lion death reignites call for a wildlife corridor in Liberty Canyon, plus much more
Today on the show, we talk to California insurance commissioner Dave Jones about policy cancellations. Then, Kate Sheehy of the Fronteras Desk reports about the suburbs and America's new poor, plus much more.
Today on the show, Peter Lee of Covered California on how the state's healthcare exchange differs from healthcare.gov; LA's water wars fictionalized in the iconic 1974 film 'Chinatown'; Owens Valley braces for possible new resource war as LADWP seeks the sun's gold; Major drug trafficking tunnel discovered at US-Mexico border, plus much more.
How the LA Aqueduct altered the Owens Valley environment; Celebrating 100 years of excavation at the La Brea Tar Pits, plus California, other West Coast states sign climate change pact and Sriracha maker Huy Fong Foods sued as 'public nuisance';