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tricolored blackbird

Drought hurting California's tricolored blackbird

The tricolored blackbird was once the most abundant bird species in southern California. But disappearing wetlands have destroyed much of the birds' habitat and the current drought is making the situation worse.
Tech Stock Photo

Report: California top target for US cybercrime

California Attorney General Kamala Harris will release a report Thursday looking at the effects international criminal organizations are having on Californians and businesses in the state.
Bob Olmsted
We find out more about Bob Olmsted, one of seven candidates running for LA County Sheriff.
Jessica Childress

LA competitor from 'The Voice' goes to SXSW

LA native Jessica Childress didn't make it very far in the television competition "The Voice" but she headed to SXSW for a career boost.
Pothole street repair
KPCC political reporters discuss the latest in state politics and government including the race for Board of Supervisor, sheriff and an open seat on the LAUSD school board.
Guantamo Bay Gitmo
Force-feeding in Guantanamo is causing controversy as some argue it just causes pain and others say it is for the health and welfare of detainees.
Gray water

Drought: Could gray water recycling help?

Gray water recycling could help Californians reduce water usage during the drought, but obstacles are slowing its adoption.

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