Colorado pot prices, undocumented lawyers, Gov. Brown's budget and more

Sergio Garcia speaks at The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) news conference on Aug. 27. Garcia, 36, is a law school graduate who passed California's bar examination, but he's living in the United States illegally. California
Last week, California's Supreme Court ruled that a law school graduate and undocumented immigrant named Sergio Garcia can practice law. Garcia's case has been watched closely by other aspiring attorneys, like him, across the country.
 Telluride Bud Company

Pot prices in Colorado surge as demand skyrockets

Cold, snowy weather and long lines did not deter people eager to take advantage of Colorado's new marijuana laws on the very first day they went into effect. Twenty four pot shops opened yesterday, one of them, Telluride Bud Company, belongs to our next guest, Adam Raleigh.
Afghan Cannabis Farmers See Crop Prices Rise

Tips on how to cook and bake with cannabis

Most marijuana dispensaries carry plenty of edible marijuana products, from sodas and truffles to ice cream and honey. But what if you want to whip up your own treats with pot?
California Gov. Jerry Brown.

State of Affairs: What's in Gov. Jerry Brown's budget?

It's Thursday, which means it's time for State of Affairs, our look at politics and government throughout California. This week we have a special State of Affairs, because Governor Brown has released his annual state budget a day early.
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega and his wife Rosario Murillo have been a couple for more than three decades. But it's Murillo -- not Ortega -- that the people of Nicaragua see as being truly in charge.
Writer Amanda Hess has received her fair share of harassing messages over the Internet, from lewd tweets to brutally threatening emails. Unfortunately she's not alone.
OK Cupid
If you've ever tried online dating, you know that it's sometimes a crapshoot and maybe you think you have all the bad luck.
Apple Ipad

App Chat: 8 apps that make traveling with kids easier

Taking a trip around the world by yourself can be daunting. Throw kids into the mix and it can turn a relaxing vacation into anything but. Ciaran Blumenfeld, creator of, joins the show to tell us the apps she uses to make traveling with kids easier.
Lawana Nelson, Head Start Teacher

Once common, testing preschoolers has changed shape in California

Although a lot of people don't like standardized tests in public schools, they're not going away any time soon. But how we test could get a makeover, as we've seen with publicly funded preschools.
P-32 inbred mountain lion

SoCal mountain lion cubs show signs of inbreeding

Scientists and ecologists celebrated the births of three mountain lion kittens in the Santa Monica mountains last month, but new information about those cubs may prove troubling.
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