GOP strategist Mike Madrid on CA's Republican summit in Anaheim; Profile: The first Latino president of the State Bar of California; Cheech Marin on Chicano art and 'Chicanitas';
'Valentine Road' examines the tragic killing of 15-year-old Larry King
Danny DeVito and Judd Hirsch, the stars of the much beloved TV series "Taxi," reunite in 'The Sunshine Boys'; Picture This: Documenting the Los Angeles Dodgers; a former Guatemalan soldier accused of atrocities is convicted of US immigration fraud, and much much more.
How the government shutdown will affect the average US citizen; Report finds California has highest poverty rate in US; plus LA Unified's backlog of broken musical instruments 'like a war scene'; FAQ: Navigating Covered California's health insurance exchange, plus much more.
The history of attempting to implement massive healthcare legislation. And an explainer of Covered California - the state's ACA exchange option. Plus a look at the military's basic training regimen, and why it isn't all about push-ups and pull-ups. Now it also includes video games. And we'll get the latest news from Hollywood with our regular series, On the Lot with Rebecca Keegan.
Governor Brown asked the court for three extra years to resolve California’s prison overcrowding. He got one month. Host A Martinez speaks with Paige St. John of the LA Times about what the deadline means. And Mexico is still recovering from the twin storms that hit both of its coasts last week. Now the Gulf Cartel, which controls part of the hard hit northeastern coast, is offering flood relief - food, water and medical supplies - to communities hit by the storm. And in the past, areas like Monterey Park have generated a significant amount of interest from Asian investors. But now, at least according to some real estate experts and trend watchers, its now taken a back seat to Irvine. KPCC’s Josie Huang has the story. Plus we'll have a review of all the latest music apps in our weekly segment, App Chat and taste a new low calorie low fat french fry.