Recently on Take Two
Former LAPD chief Bill Bratton joins the show to talk about the hunt for fugitive Christopher Dorner. Then, we look at LA cop culture, Rob Lowe joins the show to talk about his latest film, 'Knife Fight," Vanessa Romo reports on how school principals who fail to report abuse are rarely prosecuted, Sanden Totten reports on this year's technical Oscars, Rob Lowe on his latest political acting stint in 'Knife Fight,' and much more.
Today, we'll check in with the latest on the manhunt for a suspect who shot two LAPD officers. Then, how Vee-Jay Records brought the Beatles to America 50 years ago today, D.C. and Hollywood team up to pass mental health legislation, and much more.
Today, we'll look at the U.S. Postal Service's decision to end Saturday delivery. Can this move help the struggling agency? Then, Corey Moore reports on a two-mom family hoping that the Boy Scouts' the no-gays policy will end, Gov. Rick Perry urges California businesses to consider the Lone Star state, behind-the-scenes with Executive Chef at the Staples Center, and much more.
Today we take a look at the latest immigration reform news. Then, Southern California troop leaders say eliminating ‘no-gay’ policy could revitalize Boy Scout programs, Peter Hook recounts Joy Division's short history in 'Unknown Pleasures', California’s highest court could clear legal haze on marijuana shops, we look at the strange and secretive life of In-N-Out's billionaire heiress Lynsi Torres, and much more.
A former LA priest suspected of child abuse left the LA archdiocese for a job with the LAUSD. Plus, we take a look at the now-shuttered church-run treatment center for troubled priests, we find out why SoCal farmers are turning away from avocados for a less water-dependent crop, A Martinez hosts a panel about brain injury and contact sports, plus much more.
Newly released priest files show key church figures conspired to hide child abuse from police. Then, a UCLA vocal coach helps nervous pop stars nail the National Anthem at the Super Bowl and other sporting events, Ben Bergman reports that the OC and Navy oppose adding Trestles and San Onofre surf beaches to Historic Register, Southern California companies betting millions on Super Bowl ads, plus much more.