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Michoacan protest

LA Register debuts, SoCal Michoacanos, Shepard Fairey and more

The new newspaper The Los Angeles Register debuts today. Does the city really need another newspaper? Then, the rise of armed groups in Mexico prompt hope, fear among LA's Michoacanos. Plus, Semana Santa huge boon for retail businesses in border towns, Shepard Fairey pays homage to album art in 50 Shades of Black art show, plus much more.

City Corruption

Mayor's budget, Bell scandal update, mapping bike accidents and more

Today on the show, we'll start with a look at Mayor Garcetti's new budget. Then, in San Diego, deportation holds drop after TRUST Act goes into effect. Plus, the Colorado River can turn deadly for self-guided adventurers, Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps comes out of retirement, A new city mapping project by MIT looks at which city streets have the most bike accidents, plus much more.

Blood Moon

Bus crash update, 'blood moon' eclipse, Pitzer College divestment and more

Today on the show, we'll start with an update on the latest news surrounding the fatal bus crash in Orland, California. Then, much of North and South America will be able to see a "blood moon" eclipse late tonight. Plus, Pitzer College announces divestment from fossil fuels, LGBT couples face challenges when filing their taxes, and much more.

Bus crash, State of the City, Boeing moves to LA, Colin Firth and more

Today on the show, we'll start with the latest on the tragic bus crash in Northern California, which left 10 people dead. Then, Boeing announces plans to move 1,000 jobs to the Southern California. Plus, we talk to singer Philip Bailey of helped Earth Wind & Fire, Mayor Garcetti gives his State of the City address, the many faces of LA Sheriff candidate Paul Tanaka, plus much more.

California's Central Valley Impacted By Major Drought

Price of meat, politics of California's drought, Iranian photography showcased at Cal State art exhibit

Today, we look at how the rising cost of meat has affected local butchers. Then, we'll turn to KPCC reporter Kitty Felde to see how the drought has become political. We'll end the show with a look at how an art exhibit is showcasing how the social and political commentary of some Iranian photographers flies under the radar.

Yarn Crawl

Stay-at-home mothers on the rise, 'Heartbleed,' LA knitters roll out for yawn crawl, App Chat, more

Today on the show, we turn to Texas, where there's a debate going on over whether to offer Mexican-American studies as a statewide high school class. Then, we'll talk about another security breach that may have compromised username, passwords and credit card data. We'll end the show with Yarn Crawl L.A., a four-day event A Martinez recently paid a visit to.