Sochi scene, CVS tobacco ban, 'Tonight Show' leaves LA and more

Small businesses are sad to see 'The Tonight Show' leave Burbank

70th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Press Room

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TV personalities Jay Leno (R) and Jimmy Fallon pose in the press room during the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 13, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.

Ruben Arreola at Mo's

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Ruben, employee at a local restaurant

Jeff Chean

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Jeff Chean, owner of a local cafe.

Tonight Show Leaving - 3

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Robert Shapiro of Milt & Edie's Drycleaners in Burbank.


The Tonight Show with Jay Leno is preparing for its last broadcast tomorrow night. After 42 years, the show is heading back to New York City, where Jimmy Fallon will take over. More than 150 people at NBC will lose their jobs.

KPCC's Brian Watt reports some nearby businesses will also feel the pinch.


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