LAUSD cancels iPad contract, earthquake insurance, biggest winners at 2014 Emmys and more

Today on the show, Superintendent John Deasy pulls the plug on the $1 billion iPad program, but the bidding process continues. Plus, Mexico's President Enrique Peña Nieto is in town and meeting with Gov. Jerry Brown, we'll have more on their meeting. Then, we look at what one cemetery is doing to be more water-friendly amidst concerns of the drought and 'Breaking Bad' sweeps several Emmys Awards. All this and more.
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