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Homeland Security Agencies Work To Secure U.S.-Mexico Border In Arizona

Take Two for July 22, 2013

Young immigrants protest deportations, risk detention at US-Mexico border; San Jose and unions face off in court over pension reforms; Many farm employers do not comply with heat illness regulations; San Jose State pulls out of Udacity online course partnership; Could smarter forest maintenance keep wildfires in check?; Odd Hollywood Jobs: Set teacher, plus much more.

Mountain Fire In Southern California Grows In Strength

Take Two for July 19, 2013

Is it worth it to develop an area susceptible to wildfires?; Idyllwild resident prepares to evacuate as Mountain Fire continues; Rallies to support, recall Mayor Bob Filner held in San Diego; Flying the Coop: Why urban farmers should do research before raising chickens; 'Naked and Afraid' tests couples' will to survive in the wild; Dodgers' Puig looks to capitalize on meteoric rise; What should a TV show do when a lead actor dies? Plus much more.


Take Two for July 18, 2013

Residents, camp-goers evacuated due to Mountain fire in Riverside County; Protesters call for change to Stand Your Ground laws; The power of 'Black Twitter' to affect change; Summer Dish: How to make northern Thai 'hick food' aka Thai ceviche; Rare Western bumble bee spotted in Seattle; 'Difficult Men' traces rise of quality TV from Tony Soprano to Walter White, plus much more.

Take Two for July 17, 2013

Packs of teens go on robbery spree in Hollywood; Santa Monica parters with state to improve work conditions at nail salons; US offers 'athlete' visas to League of Legends video game players; Home Run Derby viewers critical of ESPN reporter's bilingual interviews, plus much more.

Los Angeles Police Department officers in riot gear detain a man after disturbances in the streets around Leimert Park.

Take Two for July 16, 2013

Trayvon Martin rallies spur vandalism, arrests; Top Zetas cartel leader captured in Mexico; Is Gavin Newsom stuck in political purgatory as California's lt. governor?; Tracing Oscar Grant's last day in 'Fruitvale Station'; Why aren't quinoa growers keeping up with rising demand? Plus much more.


Take Two for July 15, 2013

What does the Zimmerman verdict mean for race relations in the U.S.?; Talking about the Zimmerman verdict with your kids; The man behind the Spanish-language radio show, 'Piolín por la Mañana'; Study: Fracking in Salton Sea area triggers earthquakes; Beachcombing: SoCal's geologic history, as told by the sand; New abortion regulations impact the US-Mexico border, plus much more.