Take Two for June 3, 2013

Powerhouse Fire - 7

Update on the Powerhouse Fire

The Powerhouse Fire in the Angeles National Forest has burned nearly 30,000acres and destroyed six homes.
Some of the 24,000 mirrors called "helio

Could California's solar success kill off big utilities?

California is home to more than half of all rooftop solar projects in the United States. But as more and more Californians generate their own power the state's big utilities are getting worried.
Susan Hernandez
Health officials are worried that this won't be incentive enough for young, healthy adults who are critical to balancing out the insurance pools to join in.
After Earth

On The Lot: Blogger feud, 'After Earth,' and more

LA Times reporter Rebecca Keegan joins us for our weekly segment, On the Lot, with everything you need to know about what's up in Tinsel Town.
Newport Beach residents signed a petition asking Netflix to bring Bluth's banana stand to Newport Beach. The banana stand finally made it there yesterday.
President Obama Continues His Push Through Key Swing States In Final Days Before Election
We hear plenty of talk from moms who feel wracked with guilt about focusing too much on their career and not enough on their kids, but it's not just a women's issue.
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The US Supreme Court ruled that police can routinely take DNA samples from people they arrest and they don't need a warrant.
Despite the overwhelming number of people who cast their ballots for him, the President has never hosted a public event here since taking office.
First European Rabbit Hopping Championships
Restauranteurs and farmers market shoppers in Northern California are turning to a different meat to satisfy their protein needs: Rabbit.
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