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CA Republican support for cap-and-trade, hiring high-level university officials, Comic-Con's evolution
Republican Assembly leader Mayes crosses party lines, a look at hiring practices following the USC medical school dean scandal, how Comic-Con has changed since 1970.
Use of property seizures set to expand, preventing Venmo fraud, new bus provides a comfy ride from LA to SF
Attorney General Sessions says he will expand property seizures, people lose money to a Venmo scheme, Cabin overnight bus includes full sleeping cabins.
Voter fraud commission convenes, podcast produced out of San Quentin, urban farms connects kids with nature
Pres. Trump's voter fraud commission holds first meeting, "Ear Hustle" podcast made by San Quentin prison inmates, South LA's Moonwater teaches kids about nature.
Cap-and-trade is extended, missing student loan paperwork, more people are living in motor homes in LA
Cap-and-trade bill finally gets approval, some borrowers may have their student loans forgiven, 20 percent more people are living in motor homes from 2016.
A critical piece of California’s strategy to meet its climate goals is up for vote today as Governor Jerry Brown pushes to extend the current cap-and-trade laws until 2030. And as strange as it sounds, we know more about outer space than we do about the bottom of our seas. But a group of experts is working to change that. And we'll get the latest entertainment news when we go "On the Lot" with Rebecca Keegan.
Lawmakers prepare for Monday's cap-and-trade vote, Southern California snake population increases post-drought, the Ford Amphitheatre finishes a multi-million dollar renovation.